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Thousands of people have joined marches against the rise of racism and the far right.
Police have cleared the two largest refugee settlements in Calais, northern France.
Workers who manage people’s claims for the hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit began a two-day strike on Monday to win a better service for claimants.
Evidence has concluded in the trials of David Duckenfield and Graham Mackrell, who face charges relating to the Hillsborough disaster.
Only one former British paratrooper will be prosecuted for two murders and four attempted murders on Bloody Sunday
A man who took part in mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand was a self-declared fascist.
Thousands of school students took part in the climate strike on 15 March
Friday saw historic action for climate change across 123 countries and territories and in over 2,000 towns and cities.
Up to 25,000 marched in London and around 1,000 in both Glasgow and Cardiff
Thousands of people demonstrated in Athens and across Greece as part of the World Against Racism day of protests.
A Muslim woman has spoken out about the horror of an attack near a mosque in the wake of the fascist killings in New Zealand.
Former police match commander David Duckenfield held “ultimate responsibility” on the day of the Hillsborough football disaster, a court has heard.
Hundreds of people joined the monthly Silent Walk to demand justice for those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire on Thursday of last week.
Solidarity is growing for outsourced workers’ fight for equal pay at Liverpool Women’s Hospital.
Unions are claiming victory after Birmingham council offered a four-figure lump sum to bin workers last week.
Care workers in Birmingham struck last Saturday against council bosses’ plans to slash jobs and run down the service.
NEU union members at Galliard School in north London struck on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.
Socialist Worker is backing UCU Left member Jo McNeill for general secretary of the UCU union.
Thousands of workers have been plunged into an uncertain future as outsourcing giant Interserve collapsed into administration last week.
A primary school in Birmingham has dropped a programme that includes LGBT+ education after weeks of parent protests.
Workers in the civil service began balloting for national strikes on Monday in a fight to smash low pay
The Tories’ Brexit crisis has descended further into farce. But behind the absurdity is a deep panic in the ruling class.
College lecturers across Scotland and in nine colleges in England were set to strike over pay and conditions this week.
The Unite union has called a march and rally against the closure of the Honda car plant in Swindon
Hundreds of workers staged a dramatic wildcat strike on Monday at Soas University of London
Workers at four colleges in England began a three-day strike on Wednesday in the “third wave” of a battle over pay and conditions.
A picture of the president quaffing wine while Paris burned didn’t go down well, reports?Charlie Kimber
Bad news has been hitting the British car industry since the start of the year. In January Jaguar Land Rover announced 4,500 redundancies, mostly in Britain.
The massive protests that have gripped Algeria in recent weeks are inspiring. How can they win?
After a reported 1.5 million people join school strikes over climate change, Sarah Bates reports from the walkout in London—and looks at where the movement could go next
Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at the birth of Italian fascism 100 years on
Channel 4’s new six-part sitcom written by and starring Rufus Jones is very promising.
The story is a compelling tale of Tara’s battles at a top ballet school alongside her fight to live an authentic life. It’s a masterful study, argues?Laura Miles
Votes that aren’t “meaningful”. Votes on the already defeated policies of a government without a majority. And votes blocked by parliamentary conventions from over 400 years ago.
Tory Britain is ruining lives. MPs have been forced to launch an inquiry into how the rollout of Universal Credit (UC) has pushed some women to work as prostitutes.
It is with great sadness that comrades and Unison union activists heard of the death of Brian Mulvey after a short illness
As an octogenarian, my views on antisemitism were shaped by growing up before and after the Second World War.
‘Labour is a very happy family’
Margaret Thatcher personally supported one of her MPs who had an alleged “penchant for small boys”
The Palestine Solidarity Campaign has called actions on 30 March to build an 11 May national demonstration. Socialist Worker spoke to its director Ben Jamal