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Sudan’s ruling class is desperately trying to reassert control as protests continue demanding fundamental change.
It was a day of struggle for members of the PCS union in London on Wednesday, as workers in two government departments struck together.
Julian Assange, who helped to expose Western war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq, faces extradition from Britain to face the wrath of the US state.
Thousands of students in Britain staged their third day of action against climate change on Friday
Thousands of activists have taken to the streets of central London to fight for climate justice. It saw people block roads at five different sites across the city.
Hundreds of people gathered in Liverpool on Monday to mark 30 years since the Hillsborough football disaster.
A spirit of rebellion swept through London on Monday. It was a moment when, like the school students’ climate strikes, the talk about climate change stopped and action began.
The European elections will see far right groups using the rows over Brexit to gain support. Whether for Leave or Remain, anti-racists need to take a stand, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Outsourcer Mitie has turned to bullying measures in an effort to weaken a strike at Sellafield nuclear processing plant which was set to start on Friday this week.
Strikes and protests in Algeria have continued despite the regime’s attempts to undercut the movement.
Workers at three colleges struck last week over pay.
Firefighters have overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to enter into open-ended contracts.
School students studying in the shadow of Grenfell Tower in west London are angry about being exposed to toxins caused by the 2017 fire.
Richard Branson’s Virgin Group will have trousered £306 million in dividends from Virgin Trains by the time the franchise finishes operations within the next year.
Cops face discipline charges after ignoring Shana Grice
Savage attacks on school funding were a dominant theme at the NEU education union’s first annual conference in Liverpool this week.
After the initial excitement of Monday’s Extinction Rebellion protest, activists reflected on how the day of protests had gone—and what might happen next.
The GMB union held protests against outsourcer ISS at hospitals last week—including at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Greenwich, Princess Royal Hospital in Orpington and Kingston hospital.
Theresa May found no respite on her Easter walking holiday in North Wales.
Extinction Rebellion said on Tuesday, “In 25 countries around the world, rebels of all kinds and backgrounds have begun taking non-violent direct action in a bid to save our planet from catastrophe.”
Part of the strategy for the Extinction Rebellion movement is to provoke the state to take action against protesters.
The NEU union conference passed an emergency motion in defence of LGBT+ inclusive relationship and sex (RSE) education.
NEU delegates backed a fight for a pay rise of at least 5 percent following years of real terms pay cuts.
London was besieged for a second day by protests and occupations over climate change on Tuesday.
Activists launched a new left group within the NEU at the union’s annual conference.
NEU union conference delegates backed a fight for a pay rise of at least 5 percent following years of real terms pay cuts.
Months of protest have forced the army to remove Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir.
Unions estimate that over 600,000 workers are taking part in an indefinite education strike - not just teachers, butcooks, cleaners, caretakers and office staff as well.
Binyamin Netanyahu was re-elected as Israeli prime minister last week—and the result reflects the racist violence of the Israeli state, writes Nick Clark
Jean-Paul Sartre wrote a brilliant novel called The Reprieve, set during the Munich crisis of September 1938. He showed how the agreement that ended the crisis solved nothing, simply postponing the outbreak of the Second World War by a year.
Algeria's revolt has been shaped by a history of imperialism and revolution. As part of a new series, Alistair Farrow looks at the French conquest from the 1830s to the 1950s
People in desperate housing need are being forced to live in an old office block next to the North Circular road, a six lane motorway that loops through north London.
Isabella Hammad’s book is an ambituous examination of ideas of identity and colonialism without sacrificing its narrative, writes Gareth Jenkins
The Extinction Rebellion (XR) revolt this week is inspiring. Crucially, like the school students’ climate strikes, it has seen a move from words to action.
Ordinary people have responded in a huge variety of ways to the political and economic crisis ravaging the system.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of our comrade Matt Gardiner.
On Monday 4 March 2019, I landed at Tel Aviv airport in Israel ready to be picked up and transported to Ramallah in Palestine.