Dated: 11 Jun 2019
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The Tory leadership race is a battle between peddlers of class war against ordinary people.
Pictures from Guy Smallman
Hundreds of people protested in Portsmouth on Wednesday against the latest leg of Donald Trump’s state visit .
Strikers at New City College in east London are standing up for their students as well as their own rights
Ford bosses have announced plans to shut down their plant in Bridgend by September 2020.
The near-collapse of an investment fund is sending shudders through the City of London - but it could also affect ordinary people
Dave Muritu was sacked after writing the word “racist” on a Prevent strategy poster.
Residents had warned of dangers before a blaze that engulfed a block of flats in east London on Sunday
Roger Godsiff has given a helping hand to campaigners who met with Katie Hopkins
Edson Da Costa’s family last week slammed an inquest conclusion that he died by “misadventure”.
Traffic wardens show that striking can get results after forcing bosses into paying up, reports Sarah Bates
NEU union members across England are campaigning to win a big vote in favour of boycotting the hated Sats tests in primary schools.
Outsourced workers at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in central London began a five-day strike on Monday of this week
The UCU union could ballot workers across 69 universities for strikes later this year if attacks on the USS pension scheme continue.
Anger at austerity—and frustration that the Tories are still in office—ran through the GMB union conference
Protesters gathered at the Home Office in London last week against the deportation of Ken Macharia
Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists in Scotland are getting ready to set up camp to demand politicians urgently act on climate chaos.
Nigel Farage’s racist Brexit Party failed to win its first MP in Peterborough last week—but it won nearly 10,000 votes.
Striking workers jeered Tory leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt as he passed their picket line in central London on Wednesday morning.
Workers in Sudan have shown their power to bring society to a halt in the battle against the ruthless military regime.
Protests erupted against a repressive new law proposed by the Chinese state
The risk of migrants and refugees becoming shipwrecked in the Mediterranean and dying at sea is the highest it has ever been, the United Nations has warned.
People took to the streets of Algeria last week in huge numbers for the 16th successive Friday of protests
Israel has the right to claim ownership of even more stolen Palestinian land, a senior US diplomat has said
So did Jeremy Corbyn want to meet Donald Trump last week or not? He refused to join Trump for dinner and joined a protest against his visit, yet also hoped to use that visit to meet him.
The uprising in Sudan has reached a pivotal moment. Attempts to crush it could either drown it in blood—or push to struggle for deeper-reaching change
The fire at Grenfell Tower on 14 June 2017 should have been a defining moment that led to fundamental changes. But, writes Alistair Farrow, two years on there has been a series of cover-ups, diversions and lies
Artist Keith Haring’s work came out of the New York graffiti and gay scenes. A new exhibition in Liverpool charts his too-brief career, writes Noel Halifax
The imagined words of CLR James to his compatriot Ulric Cross, “You were born in 1917, the year of the Russian Revolution... you were born into freedom,” set the scene for Hero.
Traffic wardens in Camden are celebrating after strikes won them a stunning pay rise.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo’s promise to “push back” against Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister exposed the US state’s attitude to democracy.
Robin’s sudden death on 29 May was a shock to us all
Our Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) group in Wandsworth, south London, protested over the “hostile environment” at a meeting of St George’s Hospital Trust board last week.
‘We will be annihilated’
Two police officers face disciplinary action after the collapse of a fraud trial amid claims that expert witnesses, one of whom was not of “suitable calibre”, were coached
After the inspiring school student strikes over climate catastrophe, activists in workplaces are fighting to get action off the ground this September. Sadie Robinson spoke to some of them