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The Tories faced a wipeout at this week’s European elections.
Campaigners were out to stop Nazi Tommy Robinson in the European elections right up to the vote on Thursday.
Far right parties in many parts of Europe were hoping for major gains in this week’s elections.
The defence of Further and Adult education is urgent. With over one million adult education places gone in the past five years, FE is fighting for its life.
Prepare for a surge of lies from the power companies as Jeremy Corbyn outlines plans to nationalise substantial parts of Britain’s energy network on Thursday.
Striking home workers are celebrating after Birmingham City Council seems to have backed off from attacks on their jobs.
How many babies have to die before authorities admit that maternity services in South Wales are at breaking point?
Campaigning took place across Greater Manchester, Oldham. Liverpool, Carlisle, Crewe and Preston
Human Rights Watch said that austerity and benefit cuts mean tens of thousands of families across England don’t have enough to eat.
A senior police officer has said he was hindered from giving first aid to Edson Da Costa because he was under “threat”, a court has heard.
A huge climate strike was set to sweep across the world this week as part of the latest Fridays for Future school student walkouts.
Debates over the next steps in a pay fight in the civil service ran through the PCS union’s conferences this week.
On the eve of the union’s conference, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka spoke to Socialist Worker’s Nick Clark
Stagecoach bus drivers in Preston and Chorley are preparing to strike again.
Thousands of college lecturers struck across Scotland on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.
About 180 workers at the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant in Cumbria began a ten-day strike over pay on Sunday.
UCU union members will meet for their annual congress in Harrogate this weekend. Members in higher education are demanding the union acts to defend their USS pension scheme.
University workers and students protested against the far right Alternative fur Deutchland (AfD) party in central London on Friday of last week.
Sudan’s military rulers have suspended talks on moving the country towards civilian rule in a bid to demobilise the movement that toppled dictator Omar al-Bashir last month.
Huge protests gripped university campuses in Brazil on Wednesday in the biggest challenge to far right president Jair Bolsonaro since his inauguration at the beginning of the year.
Chelsea Manning has been jailed again for contempt of court after refusing to testify to an inquiry into the WikiLeaks website.
Anti-fascists in Austria are celebrating after the collapse of the country’s Tory/Nazi coalition last weekend.
Workers are fighting to defend their movement from the old regime’s repression, writes?Charlie Kimber
Thousands of students broke through police lines to storm government buildings in Algiers on Sunday.
Who is the most successful British politician of the 21st century? The depressing answer, according to the election expert John Curtice, is Nigel Farage.
The United States is a dangerous place to be a woman. An onslaught of laws has chipped away at abortion rights since Donald Trump’s inauguration as president two and a half years ago.
Growth is central to capitalism, but the expansion of production can be organised to protect people and the planet if it is coupled with radical change, argues Simon Basketter
Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at a new series of demands making waves in the environmental movement
Beats recounts the Scottish free party scene in this well judged slice of 1990s nostalgia which makes political points too, writes Brian Claffey
Illegalised will disturb you deeply, and that is a good thing.
For the second time in his presidency, Donald Trump has threatened to destroy a whole country.
Universal Credit (UC) officials have orchestrated an elaborate PR campaign to counter the exposure of their sorry excuse for a welfare system.
Five fishing workers convicted of smuggling a record haul of cocaine claim that police failed to disclose vital radar evidence that proves their innocence.
While the US and Britain wind up a row with China over Huawei, they’re decidedly less