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Horrific shootings in the US last weekend showed where our rulers’ racism can lead.
Boris Johnson was hounded by protesting Harland and Wolff shipyard workers during his visit to Northern Irelandon Wednesday.
The Unison union members at the Bradford Royal Infirmary are fighting bosses’ plans to outsource cleaners, porters and other support staff
Anti-fascists protested against supporters of jailed Nazi Tommy Robinson in central London on Saturday.
Some 20 people were killed and a further 26 injured in a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, on Saturday.
Palestine solidarity campaigners are hitting back after an east London council refused to allow a rally in aid of Palestinians because it could be antisemitic.
Boris Johnson has promised a cash injection for the NHS, but years of cuts mean that much more will be needed to make up for the damage done, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Tory home secretary Priti Patel said that people should “literally feel terror” of breaking the law.
A dam holding around 1.3 million tonnes of water seemed set to collapse.
Hundreds of health workers across the North West of England struck for equal pay on Wednesday of last week.
Striking cleaners and caterers at government offices in London and Liverpool are set to link up their fights over low pay and outsourcing at a rally next week.
The European Union (EU) is pumping £95 million into an army of drones to monitor refugees in the Mediterranean Sea.
Workers on East Midlands Trains walked out last Saturday as part of their ongoing battle against bosses’ attacks on pay and terms and conditions.
Activists joined a day of action against the hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit on Thursday of last week. The action, involving 63 events, was called by the Unite union.
Workers at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast have voted to continue their occupation of the site.
Hundreds of migrant children and parents have been separated at the US Mexico border, despite a judge ruling that the policy should stop last summer.
After nearly two months of protests, Hong Kong’s mass movement has reached a critical moment.
India’s removal of autonomy for Kashmir is rooted in racism and imperialism
Opposition leaders signed a rotten agreement with Sudan’s military rulers on Sunday
Demonstrators are trying to “foment revolution” in Hong Kong according to the city’s leader Carrie Lam.
Thousands of university students, lecturers, teachers and workers in Greece have protested against an attack on the right to organise on campus
The Peterloo massacre exposed our rulers’ brutality. But a new history also shows how the workers’ movement was militant and inclusive from its birth, writes Judy Cox
A strike by hundreds of the lowest paid NHS workers in West Yorkshire has become a flashpoint in the fight to stop privatisation.
Alistair Farrow explains how the revolutionaries Marx and Engels looked at humans’ interaction with the natural world
The Candidate uncovers the shady side of politics in a way that has us both rooting for a corrupt leader and revelling in his downfall, says Simon Basketter
Tree, by Idris Elba and Kwame Kwei-Armah, is an incredible immersive experience.
Harland and Wolff, the Northern Ireland shipyard, is facing closure. The remaining workforce are fighting bravely to defend their jobs
Readers should support Chelsea Manning in her refusal to testify to the US Grand Jury.
The younger royals like to foster an image of being progressive fighters for social justice. This was somewhat marred last week by a visit made by prince Harry to join a conference on saving the world.
As Boris Johnson plans HS3 in the north, Sarah Bates says the Tories’ high speed rail projects are about one thing only—making money for the bosses