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How far are we willing to go to prevent climate catastrophe?
Darren Cumberbatch died in hospital in July 2017, nine days after being punched, stamped on, Tasered and hit with a baton by cops.
Health workers in the West Midlands have vowed to keep fighting after bosses voted to press ahead with plans to privatise their jobs on Wednesday.
Boris Johnson is ramping up attacks on migrants in an effort to cement support from the racist Tories who are choosing the next prime minister.
Strikers at Waltham Holy Cross school in Waltham Abbey, Essex, won a victory last week.
Teachers at two schools in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, have struck over health concerns.
Workers at The Grove Academy in Harrogate, north Yorkshire, walked out on Thursday of last week. It was the fourth strike in a fight to stop cuts that unions say will force the school to close.
Around 400 people joined a protest last Saturday to defend Stourbridge College in the West Midlands, which faces closure.
Pride marches should see outpourings of anger against the rise of attacks on LGBT+ people that we’ve seen in recent weeks.
Cleaners and caterers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) in central London are set to begin an indefinite strike this month.
Over 200 people joined a protest against US president Donald Trump’s threats to Iran last week.
Disputes are continuing to hit Aberdeen and Glasgow airports, both owned by AGS Airports Limited.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt want us to know that they are really, really serious about leaving the European Union (EU).
Frail, weak and unprepared for the pressures of being in government. Not Jeremy Corbyn—the Labour left.
Anti-racists in the US are organising against Donald Trump’s plan to deport “millions” of undocumented migrants.
A timeline of the inspiring six-month revolt in Sudan which has raised issues about revolution today
On 19 June, 290 members of National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa at Lanxess Chrome Mine commenced an underground sit-in strike. The strike was against sexual harassment and in solidarity with dismissed co-workers.
Huge demonstrations swept Sudan on Sunday demanding an end to military rule.
Protesters smashed into Hong Kong’s main government building, the Legislative Council, on Monday – and ramped up the crisis facing the country’s rulers.
New protests have erupted in Basra, southern Iraq.
Richard Greeman, a Marxist writer and activist best known for his work on Victor Serge, reports from France
This new Rebel’s Guide is a critical tool for understanding the struggle today, argues Gabby Thorpe
The G20 has become a venue for the struggle between the two giants of the global economy, the United States and China.
As the global movement to save the planet grows deeper, Martin Empson spoke to Sarah Bates about a new book on what caused climate chaos—and how we can stop it
Over 300 asylum seekers face being turned out onto the streets of Glasgow by multinational giant Serco. Alistair Farrow spoke to the tenants and activists on the frontline of resisting the evictions
A new book by journalist Stuart Cosgrove uncovers the story of the historic Harlem Cultural Festival. He spoke to Alistair Farrow about its legacy today
Kursk—the Last Mission, tells the story of a Russian submarine disaster in 2000. It is for people who like war and disaster films.
In 2019 it is more urgent than ever that we fight for socialism.
The horrific death of an African person was trivialised by most of the media
The Daily Mail was outraged to see a motion passed at the recent British Medical Association conference that defended healthcare for all.
Children and workers in over 5,000 state-run primary schools across England are at risk from asbestos.
Outsourcer Elysium’s scheme to close Crossley Manor school in Merseyside shows the danger of running education for profit