Dated: 23 Jul 2019
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Brexit will be Boris Johnson’s first and unavoidable test.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) occupations entered their third day with arrests, accusations of “extremism”, and a pink bathtub.
Ten trade union leaders have written to Ruskin College asking it to drop all disciplinary proceedings against workers and withdraw redundancy threats.
Socialist Worker exclusively publishes the Steve Bell cartoons the Guardian newspaper has refused to.
The closure of a special school in Merseyside has plunged vulnerable children into despair—and put their health at risk
Powerful strikes by school students and action by Extinction Rebellion united in the fight against climate catastrophe
The US and Britain escalated their threats of a new war in the Middle East last week, after Iran retaliated against their attempts to bully it into submission
Anti-fascists are to take to the streets to oppose supporters of Tommy Robinson in London next month
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is facing a mounting challenge against him from right wing MPs
The NEU union’s picket line at The John Roan School last week was still lively on the last of 20 days of strikes since May 2018.
Workers at Birmingham university ended a buoyant two-day strike on Wednesday of last week. The Unison union members are fighting for all staff to get the Living Wage.
School students and climate activists marched together after a week of occupations, reports Sarah Bates
Postal workers at a Royal Mail delivery office in Devon walked out on unofficial strike on Wednesday of last week.
Boris Johnson was elected Tory leader on Tuesday, and immediately faced multiple crises.
Health visitors in Lincolnshire have staged three strikes over pay.
Jo Swinson was elected leader of the Liberal Democrats on Monday. She took more than 47,000 votes while her rival Ed Davey secured 28,000.
Outsourced staff at three NHS trusts in north west England will strike for pay equality next week unless their employer Compass agrees to match NHS rates.
There is increasing rejection of a rotten deal signed by some opposition leaders with the murderous Sudanese military
Protesters in Hong Kong are furious after police failed to stop an attack on them at a train station
Israel began a major demolition of houses in East Jerusalem and the West Bank this week
Protests have been taking place in Puerto Rico following over 300 pages of leaked message threads between governor Ricardo Rosello and other top officials
Add your support for a campaign in solidarity with journalist Hisham Fouad and lawyer Haitham Mohamedain
The crisis of the neoliberal order accelerates by the week.
As Donald Trump dramatically escalates his dangerous racist rhetoric and his vicious assaults on migrants, activists in the US spoke about what they’re doing to resist
Capitalism robs us of our individuality and then attempts to sell a pale imitation of it back to us in a sick bid to profit off the insecurities class society produces, writes Sarah Bates
A new book exposes the corruption and dodgy deals behind the 2012 Olympic Games in London, writes Simon Basketter
The international rise of the right and polarised politics bleeds into the annual theatre and arts festival in the Scottish capital, writes critic Mark Brown
Peter Bornshin suffered sexual abuse while in the care of social services in the early 1980s. He was tormented by his experiences at the Grafton Close Children’s Home, west London.
Revolutionary socialist Mike Heaney sadly died last week after four months in hospital with leukaemia
In the latest outburst of illiberal censorship on that liberal flagship, The Guardian newspaper has pulled two cartoons by the brilliant and long-serving left wing cartoonist Steve Bell.
‘I will do everything in my power from my position to make sure that parliament blocks a Brexit without agreement’
The Home Office is bending over backwards to attract a different class of person—millionaires
Catering and cleaning staff at a government department in the capital have walked out and say they won’t go back till they get what they want