Dated: 07 May 2019
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Huge cheers erupted on Wednesday evening as news emerged that parliament had passed a motion declaring a climate emergency.
Nazi Tommy Robinson’s election campaign has been marked by intimidation by him and his supporters—and opposition to it
The local election results in England are a shattering blow to the Tories and to Theresa May in particular
All Under One Banner, the organisers, said 100,000 people joined the march for Scottish independence
A landmark report released on Monday shows how over one million animal and plant species are threatened with extinction, many within decades.
Victims of the contaminated blood scandal were treated like “dirt”, an inquiry has heard. The Infected Blood Inquiry began hearing oral evidence last week.
Anti-racists are taking the fight against Tommy Robinson to the streets.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party could come top of the polls in this month’s European elections.
Workers at Sandwell council in the West Midlands are celebrating after winning a pay regrade.
An inquest into the death of Edson Da Costa began on Tuesday of this week. Edson died after being stopped by police in Beckton, east London, in June 2017.
Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks publisher, was sentenced to almost a year in prison by a British judge last week for bail violations.
New analysis has revealed that black people are 40 times more likely to be stopped and searched by the police.
Aberdeen airport workers taxi towards taking action
A strike by health workers at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has forced outsourcing giant Sodexo to give them NHS rates of pay.
Over 650 care support workers at Alternative Futures Group (AFG) began the latest phase of their industrial action this week.
College strikes are forcing bosses to make improved offers to workers on pay and conditions.
Over 300 asylum seekers living in Glasgow face being kicked out of their houses by the hated privatising firm Serco.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists across Britain continued their campaigning last weekend.
Unity against president Macron defied the police in France
Hundreds of thousands of people defied police repression to march on May Day in France
Juan Guaido’s abortive coup in Venezuela this week would go down in history as a pathetic spectacle if it wasn’t so dangerous.
A strike at Sudan’s government-owned SEEN Flour Company in Red Sea state near Port Sudan has sharply posed the challenges for the continuing uprising.
Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu said his military is “preparing to continue” its violence in Gaza following an assault that killed at least 25 Palestinians.
The latest smear of antisemitism against Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is another attempt to discredit the left and its opposition to war.
In many ways Gavin Williamson, the sacked Tory defence secretary, is a preposterous figure. As chief whip, he helped Theresa May become prime minister. Promoted to defence secretary in November 2017, he struck hawkish poses.
The only chance of stopping catastrophic climate change is with a “revolutionary transformation of our politics”, according to campaigner Roger Hallam
Local elections in England last week reflected a deep crisis of mainstream politics
The decision to end academic Noah Carl’s research fellowship is a victory for campaigning.
Colwyn Williamson was a central figure of the Swansea left for decades,
Why has Donald Trump achieved popularity in the US and beyond? Above all, why does he appeal to working people?
The arrival of royal baby Sussex on Monday was met with polite indifference by most people who don’t work in newspaper offices.