Dated: 18 Jun 2019
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School student strikers were preparing for their fifth strike for the climate on Friday of this week. They remain determined in the face of threats from school bosses.
The company announced on Wednesday that it will begin changing locks on the properties where 300 people live
While the Tories slug it out to decide who will be their next leader, new figures expose the destruction caused to the NHS by government policies.
There was sorrow on the march but also anger at the system that produced the conditions for it to happen
Up to a thousand people joined a march on Saturday to demand justice for the 72 people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire.
Workers at Ford’s Bridgend plant have voted to support strikes to stop job cuts. Now there must be a united fight to stop the attacks everywhere, writes Charlie Kimber
Workers at Sandwell College will begin a strike ballot this week in the campaign to defend sacked UCU union rep Dave Muritu.
Stuart Hodkinson spoke to Alistair Farrow about a public housng scandal that leaves many residents at risk
Hundreds of delegates spent two days thrashing out how to fight austerity at the Unison union local government conference this week.
Greenwich council last week unanimously decided to hand over The John Roan School to a United Learning Trust (ULT) Multi-Academy Trust.
This year’s Pensioners’ Parliament in Blackpool was rocked by news that the BBC is to end free TV licences for over 75s unless they qualify for pension credit.
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Workers at Bradford College were ending a ballot for strikes as Socialist Worker went to press.
Almost 400 workers at the Sainsbury’s distribution depot in Waltham Point, north London, are set to strike for 24 hours from 6am on Thursday 27 June.
Around 150 workers at Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust were set to strike for three days next week.
Over 50 people joined a protest outside St George’s Hospital in Tooting, south London, last Friday.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists blocked traffic in Edinburgh on Monday, causing disruption to businesses. Five activists glued themselves to the road.
Sudan’s revolt suffered a setback as opposition leaders called off a general strike—despite its huge success
The government in Hong Kong has suspended a planned bill that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China. The climbdown follows huge demonstrations.
Millions of workers struck in Brazil on Friday of last week against bigoted president Jair Bolsonaro’s pension reforms.
US and British politicians, led by president Donald Trump risk a drive towards war with Iran
The death of former president Mohammed Morsi on Monday shone a light on the brutal reality of the Egyptian counter-revolution.
A new handbook by Extinction Rebellion reveals the terrifying future we could face as a result of climate chaos—but it also offers ideas and hope to transform society, says Sarah Bates
Israeli attacks on Palestinians today rightly horrify millions of people. But the Zionist state has learned many of its repressive techniques from Britain, writes Nick Clark
A film about a family that flees to France from the violence of Central African Republic is a condemnation of the asylum system, writes Charlie Kimber
This is an amazing and long-overdue opportunity to see the work of Lee Krasner, a formidable American artist whose importance has often been forgotten.
The story hinges on how private property—in this case a kebab van—creates inequality and distorts the relationships between individuals.
The Tories have conveniently discovered their social conscience as the party leadership election hots up.
Tory leadership hopeful Boris Johnson famously said he would “lie down in front of those bulldozers and stop the construction” of Heathrow airport’s third runway. He should get ready for action.
After reading your timely article on increases in LGBT+ attacks, I googled Pride in London (PiL) to find out how I might raise my voice against these atrocities.
Traders at the London Metal Exchange (LME) are fuming at a new rule that means they can’t get drunk at work.
The heir apparent of the Tory party has a carefully constructed image as the posho you love to hate. Simon Basketter explains why you should just hate