Dated: 03 Sep 2019
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Tomáš Tengely-Evans dissects the latest stage of the Tory crisis and looks at how the left should respond
Over 70 protests took place across Britain on Saturday.
The climate emergency was brought to life in central Manchester this weekend as activists from Extinction Rebellion (XR) mounted a four-day occupation.
Private landlord Serco could begin evicting some 300 asylum seekers in Glasgow as early as this week.
A major battle over low pay and outsourcing stepped up a notch on Monday, as new groups of workers joined the strike.
Workers at Science Museum group sites across England struck for 24 hours last Friday in a fight over pay.
Library workers on strike in south east London were set to protest outside a council committee meeting on Tuesday night as Socialist Worker went to press.
IT workers at driver agency stay strong on picket lines
‘Rock solid and united’ against unsafe railways
Around 300 Birmingham university caterers, cleaners, security guards and other support staff struck on Monday and Tuesday this week.
Health visitors in Lincolnshire are stepping up their fight for equal pay.
Tata steel has torn up promises it made just a year ago and announced the closure of its Orb electrical steels base in Newport, South Wales.
The Bahamas has suffered death and extreme devastation as a result of Hurricane Dorian
Anger against the Tories was seen on the streets of London on Tuesday as the prime minister lost a key vote in parliament
Defiant action by protesters has been met with increasing levels of brutality, writes Sadie Robinson
Italy looked on the verge of having a new unstable government as Socialist Worker went to press.
On many of the demonstrations against Boris Johnson there are placards calling to “defend democracy”.
Even the rich are waking up to the scale of the threat—or so it seems. But the logic of capitalism—to always maximise profits—means we can’t trust them.
A new book on the origins of Israel is welcome and useful, but flawed
Arms deals, generals and government officials will gather at the DSEI arms dealers’ conference in east London this week
A new Netflix documentary tells the stories of workers in a US rust belt car factory
Hatidze Muratova is one of the last wild beekeepers in Europe
This briefest of hip hop moments still casts a multi-coloured shadow.
We should welcome a general election as an opportunity to drive out Johnson and the Tories
The Tories’ pledges aren’t about helping ordinary people
A detective who stole £9,000 related to murder cases from a police safe has been jailed.
Society’s structures—and sexism—mean women going through the menopause face many problems, including the side effects of HRT used to treat its symptoms, writes Sarah Bates