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There are two common mistakes about Brexit. The first is that it is necessarily a coherent right wing project about achieving an even more radical form of neoliberalism than currently prevails in Britain.
Labour has pledged to end the scandal of developers converting office blocks into flats if it wins the next election
Children, parents, school workers and others marched on Downing Street to demand an end to “baseline tests”
Nazi Tommy Robinson announced that he is running in the European elections in the North West
Activists are debating the way forward after Extinction Rebellion (XR) ended its long-running disruptive protest in central London on Thursday night.
Around 700 people joined a march to remember Blair Peach and Gurdip Singh Chaggar in Southall, west London
Almost two years after the Grenfell Tower fire, people across Britain are suffering the “trauma” of living in tower blocks with similar flammable cladding.
Workers at two London colleges are holding three-day strikes this week in a battle over pay and conditions.
Sudan’s generals are desperate to force through a dodgy deal with the opposition, writes Charlie Kimber
The Extinction Rebellion (XR) series of protests and occupations is changing the landscape of British politics.
Voting has begun in the election of the UCU union’s next general secretary. Former general secretary Sally Hunt resigned in February citing health reasons.
Activists in the NEU union are organising in advance of an indicative ballot for a boycott of Sats in primary schools.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) leadership was defeated at its conference last weekend. Members voted to fast track plans to establish a new currency in an independent Scotland.
Anti-racists are mobilising to stop Tommy Robinson winning a seat in the European elections this month.
Theresa May and the Tories should go now.
PCS union activists are debating the way forward after members voted to strike over pay, but didn’t quite meet the turnout threshold demanded by Tory anti-union laws.
Two councils are seeing a fightback by workers. In both of them, every single councillor is from the Labour Party.
Postal workers have said they could ballot for national strikes over management bullying and attacks on terms and conditions.
Outsourced catering workers at two South Yorkshire hospitals plan to strike for three days a week for the whole of May.
Tens of thousands of people were set to join the All Under One Banner demonstration for Scottish independence on Saturday.
Elections in the Spanish state on Sunday saw the victory of the Labour-type party but also the entry into the congress of the far right VOX party
A historic strike of teachers and other school and nursery workers has been unnecessarily ended by the leaders of the Polish Teachers’ Union (ZNP), the biggest union involved.
Racist US president Donald Trump is coming to Britain in June for a state visit. And apparently he’s keen to give people here more reasons to oppose him.
How can we win Extinction Rebellion's key demands?
What does democracy looks like? And who creates it?
The Radical War in Scotland two centuries ago saw a mass strike movement, plans for armed rebellion—and then bitter government repression, writes Charlie McKinnon
Film exhibitions often amount to no more than memorabilia. This exhibition about film director Stanley Kubrick has higher ambitions.
A brutal school shooting in Statten Island, New York, is the start of a glittering pop career in Vox Lux.
Tommy Robinson is a danger to Muslims, minorities and working class people. Everyone has to make sure he isn’t elected as an MEP for the North West of England on 23 May.
After a week of protests during the “International Rebellion” for climate change, political leaders have agreed to talks with the Extinction Rebellion (XR) direct action group.
I have been part of Extinction Rebellion (XR) in York since December.
A police chief who claims his service is underfunded has overseen a 50 percent rise in highly-paid officers.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said his party will scrap the hated Sats school tests. Sadie Robinson spoke to people about why they should go now