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Activists are organising to disrupt an arms fair at London’s Docklands. Actions are set to take place 2-9 September.
Up to 1,000 Asda workers and their supporters marched in Leeds against the bosses' assault on workers' lives.
The Indian government has held a special ceremony to announce that it is in control of the disputed area of Kashmir.
LGBT+ people staged a “kiss-in” to beat back the bigots in London’s Parliament Square on Friday.
Up to 1,000 people joined the Stand With Hong Kong protest, which gathered in Trafalgar Square before marching to Downing Street and Parliament Square
The most popular chants were “Say hey, say ho, Boris Johnson's got to go” and “We want independence now”'.
Whether you voted Leave or Remain, we should all defend migrants’ rights writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Jobs could be at risk at British Steel after it is set to be bought by Oyak, the Turkish military pension fund.
Asda workers are furious at supermarket bosses’ plans to impose a punitive contract that would rip up their terms and conditions.
Health workers in Bradford and Lincolnshire are stepping up the fight against poverty pay and outsourcing—and they need solidarity.
Striking cleaners and caterers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) have entered the fifth week of an indefinite strike over low pay and outsourcing.
Pharmacy support workers at NHS Tayside began an indefinite strike on Monday.
Over 1,000 people joined a protest in Manchester last Sunday to remember the Peterloo Massacre of 1819.
Hundreds of trade unionists, campaigners and local people gathered in Llanelli, South Wales, last Saturday to remember the 1911 rail strike.
Supporters of jailed Nazi Tommy Robinson have called off a protest planned to take place in London on Saturday.
People in Iceland held a “funeral” last Sunday for the country’s first glacier lost to climate change.
Anti-fascists in Portland, Oregon, saw off some 100 far right demonstrators last Saturday.
Israel barred two prominent US politicians from entry last week because of their support for Palestinians.
Riot police in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, fired tear gas and beat demonstrators during a crackdown on opposition supporters last Friday.
The Portuguese government – which some hail as a model of left wing success – has sent soldiers to drive tankers to break an indefinite strike.
China is escalating its threats towards pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong as the movement is set to enter its 11th week.
Some 1.7 million people marched in Hong Kong on Sunday as the pro-democracy movement there entered its 11th week.
Gabby Thorpe looks at the plight of people displaced by climate chaos and argues that we should welcome refugees
Jeffrey Epstein, the rich child rapist, is dead after taking his own life. That is a slightly more controversial statement than might be imagined.
Journalist Paul Mason has called on Labour to support a ‘Popular Front’ to stop the far right. It proved a disaster in the 1930s—and he should know it, writes Nick Clark
After Tory scaremongering and promises of a ‘crackdown’ on crime, Sadie Robinson looks at the truth behind the fear—and why we don’t need more cops
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is crammed with tributes to a bygone era of film—but director Tarantino is stuck behind the times, writes?Gabby Thorpe
Deep Water is ITV’s new set piece thriller about three complex women characters, set in the scenic landscape of the Lake District
Labour will commit to holding a referendum on a Brexit deal, if there is a general election in autumn, with an option to remain in the European Union (EU).
More evidence of Britain’s role in Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen was uncovered this week.
It is good to see that health workers in Bradford have voted for an all-out strike against privatisation from Monday 26 August. (Socialist Worker, 14 August).
I’m getting a bit fed up with all this dickbraine stuff.
The state pension age is set to rise to 75 over the next 16 years. That’s if Boris Johnson’s favourite think tank gets its way
The deforestation unleashed by Brazil’s far right president is a big threat to the environment. But, Gabby Thorpe argues, we can’t trust those world leaders who have attacked him either