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The blaze in the Amazon rainforest has been met by worldwide anger on the streets
Hundreds of thousands of Muslims have been harassed at Britain’s border under a draconian terror law, according to a new report published on Wednesday.
Three activists from climate change direct action group Extinction Rebellion (XR) have been convicted after being arrested on protests earlier this year.
Hundreds of people turned their despair at the burning of the Amazonian rainforest in to fury at Brazil’s government and big agribusiness on Friday.
The Tories are preparing for a fresh clampdown on refugees trapped at Britain’s border in Calais in northern France.
Postal workers in Royal Mail and Parcelforce are preparing for battle after their CWU union last week announced a national strike ballot.
Representatives of some of the world’s most brutal regimes are set to descend on London next week.
A major battle over low pay and outsourcing at a central London government office was set to escalate next week—as more workers join the fight.
Listeria outbreak is further proof that cuts kill
Anti-fascists outnumbered supporters of jailed Nazi Tommy Robinson in central London on Saturday of last week.
The Unison union suspended an indefinite strike by health workers in West Yorkshire after bosses backed off from plans to outsource hundreds of jobs.
Two tube line tussles
Pilots’ fight for higher pay takes off at two airlines
IT support workers at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) began a month-long strike on Thursday of last week.
Energy giant Cuadrilla has caused the biggest fracking-induced earthquake in Britain to date
Israel launched air strikes across the Middle East last
Johnson wrote to MPs on Wednesday saying he wanted parliament to be suspended from “the second sitting week in September”. Protests have been called all over Britain.
Tory home secretary Priti Patel and the French interior minister plan more repressive measures.
Italy’s political crisis came to a head this week as prime minister Giuseppe Conte resigned after far right interior minister Matteo Salvini pulled the plug on the coalition.
Tens of thousands of people defied police repression in Hong Kong over the weekend, marking the 12th week of mass protests.
Kavita Krishnan has just returned from occupied Kashmir where she was part of an Indian solidarity delegation. She talked to Socialist Worker about conditions in Kashmir since the Indian government annexed the Muslim-majority territory earlier this month.
Donald Trump unveiled new rules last Wednesday that would allow migrants to be locked up indefinitely
Sadie Robinson looks at what is distinctive about workers striking and why it is an especially powerful form of resistance.
World leaders are supposed to present a united face at the annual G7 summit of powerful countries. But for the second year running, Donald Trump made sure their rivalries were on show for all to see.
A book by Caitlin Rosenthal gives a horrific insight into how slavery played a key role in the birth of capitalist management methods, writes Sadie Robinson
Councils warehousing poor people in disused office blocks are now putting them in shipping containers.
New TV drama, A Confession, seemingly casts the police in a good light, but grows more sinister and promises troubling questions, says Sadie Robinson
The capture is a thriller made for the “post truth” era.
The vision of society here is one full of technology that monitors and records almost everything we do
The latest “cross party” bid to stop no-deal Brexit would be a gift to Tory right wingers, the far right and big business.
In just three weeks, people could walk out of their workplaces worldwide to join the strike for the climate
I was lucky to witness the incredible protest in Hong Kong airport earlier this month.
Sadie Robinson (Socialist Worker, 21 August) accurately describes the way the Tory government is creating a climate of fear in order to bring in authoritarian policies.
across the floor and restrained by prison guards are the final conscious moments of prisoner Allan Marshall.
A report by detainee rights group Cage exposes how the police and spooks use draconian terror laws to target Muslims at Britain’s borders, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans