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Tens of thousands of people marched through central London on Tuesday to protest against Donald Trump’s state visit.
A new book by Tom Devine offers a fresh interpretation of how capitalism was established in Scotland. He spoke to Charlie Kimber
Police use of CS gas could have contributed to the death of Edson Da Costa, an inquest has heard.
Take to the streets against Donald Trump’s visit.
Anti-racists are debating how to take on the far right in the wake of the European elections.
The first of a series of Labour Roots events, held in Leeds on Saturday, showed the continuing support for Jeremy Corbyn.
Up to 500 people formed an unwelcoming committee for US president Donald Trump in London on Monday, the first day of his state visit to Britain.
Research out this week is another damning indictment of how austerity measures have cut short the lives of thousands of poor people in Britain
At least 72 people died because the refurbishment of Grenfell Tower was done on the cheap.
Around 300 bus drivers at Stagecoach depots in Chorley and Preston struck last Friday and Saturday as part of a long-running battle over pay.
Climate rebels block main roads in Bristol city centre
Thousands of people protested over the crisis in Special Education Needs and Disabilities funding on Thursday of last week.
The UCU union has launched a national campaign to call for the immediate reinstatement of Sandwell College UCU branch secretary and maths lecturer Dave Muritu.
Failure to form a government is good for parties that want to take Israel further to the right
Students and workers took to the streets across Brazil last week in the latest series of protests against Jair Bolsonaro’s attempts to slash education funding
The Algerian state is stepping up its repression of protesters in an effort to quash the mass movement demanding real change
Revolution hangs in the balance after Sudan’s military launched a brutal crackdown against the opposition. But a call for an indefinite general strike offers hope
The fact that Donald Trump has endorsed Boris Johnson for the Tory leadership, telling the Sun newspaper “he would be excellent”, is no surprise
As the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings sees politicians commemorate the events Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at the horrific reality of the Second World War
Socialists from across Europe on the success of the right—and the tasks for the left
Budapest high society basked in a heatwave in the summer of 1913. In Hungarian language drama Sunset, its depravity, decadence—and destruction—lie in the shadows.
The new series of this high octane BBC thriller builds on the complex relationship between spook Eve and assassin Villanelle
Theresa May was to step down as Tory leader this week in a fitting manner—humiliated, derided and friendless.
The threat to LGBT+ education is growing as bigots pledged to press ahead with protests outside a school in Birmingham.
The police are pushing to charge over 1,100 people who were arrested on the Extinction Rebellion’s (XR) International Rebellion in London in April.
‘Nigel Farage is a friend of mine. Boris is a friend of mine. They are two very good guys’
The British Army “don’t do conspiracies” according to a man responsible for at least two cover-ups of massacres
Over a decade of resistance in Scotland has won equal pay settlements for 14,000 mainly women council workers—and their walkouts were key to the result, writes Sarah Bates