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'Law and order’ is green light for police to harass black people and the poor, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
A court has blocked the eviction of 50 asylum seekers by the multinational giant Serco in Glasgow.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists called for a “swarm” at a roundabout near the approach to London’s Blackwall tunnel on the busy A102 on Friday.
Right wing Labour Party politicians exploded with anger last week after shadow chancellor John McDonnell suggested a Labour government wouldn’t block a second Scottish independence referendum.
Supporters of jailed Nazi Tommy Robinson have called a protest in London for Saturday 24 August.
A coalition of LGBT+ groups was set to hold a “kiss-in” in Parliament Square, central London, on Friday.
climate Activists across Britain are getting ready for a series of local “Rebel Risings” starting from this weekend.
Protests over new contracts at Asda
Around 500 workers at the St Mungo’s homeless charity are balloting for strikes over attacks on their jobs and the service they provide.
The entire social work team at Ruskin College has resigned in solidarity with victimised union reps.
Striking library workers in Bromley, south east London, plan five demonstrations in addition to their continuing strike.
Hundreds of health workers in West Yorkshire have voted to start an indefinite strike from Monday 26 August against a dangerous new form of privatisation.
Around 50,000 children rely on care from councils whose services are inadequate, according to a study published last week.
A growing number of MPs have backed calls for a “national unity government” to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Cleaners and caterers from London and Liverpool marched together on Tuesday, uniting their battles over low pay and outsourcing.
The police watchdog will investigate how cops handled the investigation into the death of a 12 year old school student in Greater Manchester.
More than five million people in Zimbabwe face hunger or starvation, according to the United Nations (UN).
Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam has refused to make any concessions in the face of mass demonstrations, rallies and strikes.
The Indian government’s crackdown in Kashmir, on the border between India and Pakistan, is leading to resistance on the streets.
Nearly 700 immigrants were taken on Wednesday of last week in the biggest Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) raid since Donald Trump took office. Over 600 Ice agents swept six workplaces across Mississippi.
The mass movement has refused to leave the streets in defiance of the police, writes Sadie Robinson
Israeli police attacked tens of thousands Palestinian worshippers in East Jerusalem last Sunday on Eid
Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu is facing a crisis. In just under six weeks, the racist warmonger will stand in his second general election in a year.
Sarah Bates examines whether rewilding can help stop the coming climate catastrophe
Britain’s economy contracted for the first time in seven years during the second quarter of 2019.
On 14 August 1969 Harold Wilson, then Labour prime minister, deployed British troops to the streets of Northern Ireland.
As the European Union pours tens of millions of pounds into keeping refugees out, uncovered hidden documents reveal the violence it metes out at its borders. Tomáš Tengely-Evans says border force Frontex is the true, ugly face of the EU
Far from being grim, this is a programme full of empathy and humour
Lots of people are rightly appalled that Boris Johnson is our prime minister.
Boris Johnson said his billion pound boost for prisons would stop them becoming “factories for making bad people worse”.
Toni Morrison, one of the greatest writers of the 21st century, died last week.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report on humans, land use and a changing climate last week.
Home Office mentors are gathering information on their clients in “confidential” deradicalisation meetings and sharing it with police to investigate the people they are counselling.
Most people in Britain recycle—yet staggering amounts of waste go to landfill. That’s because the real problem is how capitalism operates, not individual behaviour, writes Gabby Thorpe