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Tory toff Boris Johnson has made clear that his government will be nasty, racist and right wing.
The fight against NHS privatisation and low pay is hotting up this summer as health workers prepare for a spate of strikes.
Over 5,000 people, most of them under the age of 30, raged through central London on Wednesday to show their rejection of new Tory prime minister Boris Johnson.
People across Britain were sweltering under a heatwave on Thursday as temperatures soared to over 38 degrees celsius.
Over 1,000 people joined a rally called by the Labour Party outside parliament on Thursday evening demanding a general election.
As the US Senate prepares to vote on a budget that hands billions of dollars to the military and shafts ordinary people Alistair Farrow looks at the political manoeuvres behind it
Union leaders have demanded Tory prime minister Boris Johnson improve workers’ rights.
Latest film from Bend it Like Beckham director relies on cliches but it still provides a strong story that will infuriate the racists, writes Nick Grant
Anti-racists are demanding an immediate stop to the mass eviction threat facing up to 300 asylum seekers in Glasgow.
Fascists and racists plan to hold a “Free Tommy” protest on Oxford Street in central London on Saturday.
Boris Johnson took charge as new prime minister last week—and immediately made clear that his government will be nasty, racist and right wing.
What is the Anthropocene and can it help us resist environmental destruction?
The new Tory home secretary Priti Patel is set to escalate the Tories’ attacks with harsher border policies and attacks on migrants
Jeremy Corbyn responded to Boris Johnson’s election as Tory Party leader by saying that Labour is “absolutely” ready for a general election.
Postal workers at a Royal Mail delivery office in Plymouth returned to work victorious after a three-day unofficial strike last week.
The Tory government put “extreme pressure” on a primary school to drop LGBT+ lessons, according to school bosses.
Workers at Moulsecoomb primary school in Brighton could strike against a plan to turn the school into an academy.
Cleaners and caterers on indefinite strike at a central London government office are ploughing ahead with an indefinite strike over low pay and outsourcing.
Trade unions representing local government workers submitted a 10 percent pay claim last week.
Protesters in Puerto Rico have stayed on the streets after the resignation of disgraced governor Ricardo Rosello last week.
Protesters fighting the extradition bill have been subjected to horiffic attacks
A second British warship arrived off the coast of Iran on Monday
Israel has reportedly transferred some £117 million worth of Palestinian taxes to the Israel Electric Corporation
Russian police arrested thousands of protestors in the capital Moscow
Does it matter that Boris Johnson’s newly appointed cabinet is said to be more ethnically diverse than any of its predecessors?
The pound rose on the foreign exchange markets last week after Boris Johnson became the new prime minister. Alex Callinicos looks at why.
New ‘green’ plans from the Tories won’t tackle airline pollution. They are aimed at making ordinary people pay for climate change, writes Sarah Bates, yet it’s the rich that pollute the most
Tens of thousands of people in Warsaw rose up against Nazi rule 75 years ago this month. The heroic action was abandoned by the Allies writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
There have been many attempts to portray Donald Trump’s presidential election victory and the vote for Britain to leave the European Union as linked.
Union leaders greeted Boris Johnson’s first week as prime minister by pleading with him to improve workers’ rights. Which is weak even by their standards.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reiterated his call for an end to fracking when he visited Lancashire’s Preston New Road anti-fracking protest camp on Tuesday.
Many women are taking part in the “We paid in you pay out” campaign on Facebook and protests around the country.
The foreign secretary complained about “discrimination against men” and described feminists as “among the most obnoxious bigots”. Thinks workers in Britain are “the worst idlers in the world”.