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The world’s most infamous racist, sexist climate denier is heading to Britain next month. Alistair Farrow looks at the impact of US president Donald Trump’s nasty policies in the US—and explains why you should join protests against him
At least 3,000 people packed into a Brexit Party rally in central London on Tuesday
Delegates to the PCS union’s national conference have passed a motion committing the union to continuing a campaign for national strikes over pay.
Unions are calling for nationalisation, but winning that will take mass resistance.
Living in Prospect House is dangerous. It is an old office block just off the North Circular motorway in north London which has been converted into studio flats. It is separated from the motorway by a single slip road.
Hard right prime minister Narendra Modi and his BJP party have been re-elected by a landslide in India’s general election.
Theresa May has finally caved in to relentless pressure and announced she will resign as Tory leader on 7 June.
Tens of thousands of school students across Britain have struck again to demand action to avert a climate catastrophe.
Severe hardship is “systematic” in Britain according to a report by the United Nations—and the nasty party is to blame. Nick Clark looks at its findings
Tens of thousands of people marched through Birmingham as the city’s Pride festival began on Saturday.
The battle to defend university pensions is back on following a resounding demand for action at the UCU union’s annual congress.
The Brexit Party came first, the Tories took less than 10 percent - and there are questions for Labour. Tommy Robinson lost heavily,
Thirty years ago demonstrators stood up to tanks in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Sadie Robinson looks at what the mass revolt of students and workers was all about
Farage has played clever by bridging class divisions. The left must expose the racism at the heart of it
Theresa May had the front to claim during her resignation speech last week that she had fought “the burning injustices that still scar our society”.
Slowthai wastes no time making clear his disdain for the establishment in Nothing Great About Britain, his debut album.
Anti-racists are celebrating after Nazi Tommy Robinson and the racist Ukip party were humiliated in the European elections last week.
The government is ruthlessly tough on any suspicion of benefit “fiddling”. But it encourages the incomparably greater tax scams of the powerful.
New strikes in the NHS
The fight for equal pay at Glasgow City Council has reached a new chapter last week as workers began to receive details of their financial settlements.
Organisers say strikes took place in over 130 countries.
Jo Grady has been elected as UCU general secretary—easily beating establishment candidate Matt Waddup.
Bosses at the University of Winchester have ruled out compulsory redundancies following a threat to strike.
Lib Dem austerity mongers make big wins in elections
The European election results have underlined the political crisis in Britain and the wholesale collapse of the Tories
The Labour Party did very poorly in the European elections—but not as badly as the Tories. It fell to third place overall, behind the Brexit Party and the Liberal Democrats. In Scotland it fell to fifth place, with less than a 10 percent share of the vote.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is about to officially back a second Brexit referendum, according to the Daily Mirror newspaper.
Groups of workers across Sudan began a two-day general strike on Tuesday as part of the fight to remove the military regime.
The two “moderate” blocs that have run the European Parliament for decades have seen their control torn away in the recent elections.
A new book about the fight by women to get the vote in the US focuses on voices which are too often left out of mainstream histories, writes?Jan Nielsen
There’s a howling political crisis in Britain—and the left is missing out.
Theresa May confirmed she was standing down as Tory leader on Friday of next week. Most people, including the posh scum of her own party, are glad she is going.
I feel completely relieved and excited that Tommy Robinson failed in his bid to become an MEP in the Euro elections for the North West.
‘Who’s ever wondered what someone drinking a cup of cold sick looks like in article form?’ - Owen Jones
There are a lot of them and there may be more. But we can guarantee that whichever one wins they won’t be very nice