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Hundreds of thousands of people—organisers claimed “around a million”—joined a march in London last Saturday calling for a “People’s Vote”.
Civil service workers at a west London tax office struck on Wednesday in a fight to save jobs.
A new wave of mass mobilisations has been on the rise for many weeks in Algeria, and over the past three months in Sudan.
The defence has concluded its summing up in the trial of David Duckenfield and Graham Mackrell.
Thousands of college lecturers across Scotland held their fourth national strike over pay and conditions on Thursday.
Five mosques in Birmingham were attacked with sledgehammers in the early hours of Thursday.
UCU union members at four colleges began the second day of a three-day strike on Thursday
Kedisha Brown-Burrell is demanding that the “police are held to account” on the 8th anniversary of her brother’s death.
Over eight million deaths a year. Higher rates of kidney disease, diabetes and strokes. Increased risk of lung and heart diseases, dementia and chronic illnesses that can begin in the womb and last a lifetime.
According to director Jordan Peele, Us is about “the simple fact that we are our own worst enemies”. It follows his wildly popular and critically acclaimed Get Out.
On Saturday the French interior minister cheered on a massive escalation of state repression.
Tommy Robinson and the racist Ukip party are trying to profit from the Brexit crisis
Thousands of trade unionists were set to rally in Swindon this Saturday in a bid to stop the town’s Honda car plant from closing.
Some 100 people marched on Friday from the East London Mosque to the Royal London hospital in Whitechapel to protest against the hostile environment for migrants at Barts Health NHS Trust.
The jury is considering its verdicts in the trials of two men charged with offences relating to the Hillsborough football disaster.
Parents have forced a Birmingham school to drop LGBT+ education, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Anti-racist campaigners mobilised in Birmingham in solidarity with Muslims after attacks on six mosques in the city
Some 100 people marched on Friday from the East London Mosque to the Royal London hospital in Whitechapel to protest against the hostile environment for migrants at Barts Health NHS Trust
Hundreds of care workers in north west England staged a seven?day sleep-in ban—a night shift strike—in a fight for the national minimum wage
Workers at Soas University of London held an unofficial strike
Ten years on from the expenses scandal and little has changed.
The Theresa May government is disintegrating. It has staggered on, but it is not in power and
The Tories have appointed an “independent specialist contractor” to conduct environmental checks of the area around Grenfell Tower.
Soaring numbers of pregnant women have to use “baby banks” to get essentials for their children, according to a Daily Mirror newspaper investigation.
Hundreds, and probably thousands, of people have died as a result of Cyclone Idai.
Israel is gearing up to unleash more violence on Palestinians trapped in the Gaza Strip.
Huge protests continued in Algeria, north Africa, last week to demand the removal of president Abdelaziz Bouteflika and his regime.
Sadie Robinson looks back ten years on from reporting on a workers’ occuption at Visteon car parts factory
Divisions sown by the ruling class can have a devastating effect, writes Simon Basketter
Until recently the Corbyn-supporting Momentum group hasn’t done much beyond organising canvassing days and online petitions. Now all of a sudden it’s organising protests over climate change.
It’s little wonder that so many people are frustrated and fatigued by the Brexit shambles. For the last three years Theresa May has manoeuvred
The Old Drift is an astounding novel about Zambia that is rich in history, politics and extraordinarily fine storytelling.
This year has seen the birth of a militant new climate movement on the streets.
MPs want firms to cut bosses’ bonuses—because they fear the payouts will turn people against capitalism.
A small Brexit march, organised by the Leave Means Leave pressure group, and temporarily led by Nigel Farage, set off from Sunderland last week. It’s on a 270 mile march to London.