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Left wingers in the Labour Party are facing fresh accusations from the right this week, writes Nick Clark
Two rail workers died on Wednesday after being struck by a Great Western Railway train on tracks near Port Talbot in south Wales.
Two cases this week have exposed the fatal practices and profiteering at the heart of the criminal justice system.
Over 800 people joined the opening rally of Marxism Festival at Queen Mary University, east London, on Thursday night. It marked the beginning of a four-day political festival hosted by the Socialist Workers Party (SWP).
The family and friends of a Muslim school student who drowned last week are set to hold a protest in Bury, Greater Manchester, on Friday.
Nazi Tommy Robinson has been found in contempt of court for “aggressively confronting and filming defendants” outside a court in Leeds.
Suspended Labour MP Chris Williamson has called for a struggle to democratise the Labour Party “in order to democratise society”.
Around 1.5 million people came out for the Pride in London festival on Saturday.
The four-day festival of socialist ideas heard from people fighting back from around the world in meetings, workshops and cultural events, Socialist Worker journalists report
There are just eleven weeks to go until a critical event for everyone who wants to combat climate catastrophe.
Action by outsourced workers at government departments is spreading.
Over 300 workers at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust began a seven-day walkout on Monday of this week.
The British government’s solution to growing tensions between the West and Iran was the seizure of an oil tanker off Gibraltar by Royal Marines last week.
Some two years after the Grenfell Tower fire, companies are still trying to dodge the blame.
Supporters of Stand Up To Racism joined a protest in response to an antisemitic attack in Whitechapel, east London.
Dates announced in Scottish air traffic controllers’ dispute
Strikes are set to hit East Midlands Trains (EMT) as senior conductors threaten walkouts.
Workers at The John Roan School are refusing to give in to plans to turn their school into a privately-run academy.
UCU union members at Bradford College struck against 131 compulsory redundancies and low pay for three days last week.
Workers at Kentish Town Farm in north London are celebrating after the farm’s board quit and handed control over to workers and their supporters.
Hong Kong revolutionary socialist Lam Chi Leung gives his view on what is the best way forward for the movement in Hong Kong
Opposition leaders in Sudan have agreed a rotten deal that falls far short of what is needed or possible.
Greece’s once-radical left wing party Syriza was booted out of government in elections on Sunday—after four years of enforcing austerity and racism.
A mass strike wave in Chile has thrust the country’s ruling class into a political crisis.
Ethiopian Israelis rioted and protested last week after a cop shot and killed an unarmed teenager.
Simon Basketter looks at what the news that Britain is receiving cash from frozen assets shows about imperialism
Author Lee Humber spoke to Tomáš Tengely-Evans about his new book on the rise in health inequality and how societies affect wellbeing
Spanish firefighter Miguel Roldan faces up to 20 years in jail for helping to rescue desperate refugees who would otherwise have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea. He spoke to Nick Clark about why states are going to war on migrants – and what we can do about it
Pakistan’s government has raised gas prices by 200 percent less than a year after it was elected promising to “eradicate poverty”.
Midsommar uses all the classic hallmarks of folk horror—but it also has an original touch. It’s certainly not for the faint hearted, writes Gabby Thorpe
A glam rock album on a solid label like Sub Pop should deliver something that’s good fun, musically compelling and—given the singer’s self-professed love of Bob Dylan—lyrically engaging.
Tory leadership rivals Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are competing to be the most racist, bigoted friend of the rich.
Israel is desperate to hide its bloody, racist history. Israeli newspaper Haaretz revealed last week that Israel’s defence ministry has been quietly hiding, removing and censoring documents for more than a decade.
The closure of Crossley Manor School (Socialist Worker, 3 July) is a symptom of a systemic crisis in provision for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (Send).
Financier Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested for trafficking and sexually assaulting girls at his mansion in New York.