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Climate actions planned for this week could open the door for a new phase of a climate justice movement.
Union leaders have supported workplace action for the global climate strike on 20 September.
Cash-strapped hospitals will have to fork out a further £55 billion to banks and building companies, according to a report published on Thursday.
Friday 20 September could mark a turning point in the struggle to stop climate chaos, writes Sarah Bates
Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists across the world are preparing for the next phase of the rebellion—7 October.
Solidarity is growing for pharmacy workers on indefinite strike in Tayside, Scotland.
Up to 100 workers outsourced to Sodexo at St Mary’s hospital in west London began a strike ballot this week.
The Labour Party conference, beginning on Sunday, looks set to be dominated by debates over whether to back remaining in the racist and neoliberal European Union
Striking health visitors in Lincolnshire have refused to back down after a Tory council leader tried to dismiss their action.
Johnson hopes he can deliver Brexit come what may on 31 October—and win back right wing votes. But he still has to appease the pro-EU big business, says? Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Big business is ratcheting up pressure on the Tories over a
LGBT+ activists staged a “holding-of-hands” protest in Soho, central London, on Friday of last week against a spike in hate crime.
Support staff in the Unison union working for Addaction in Wigan struck for a third day last week.
Members of the RMT union on the Central, Jubilee, District and Northern lines have voted overwhelmingly for action short of a strike over excessive track noise.
Talks between bosses and striking library workers in south east London were set to take place as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
Around 125,000 UCU union members in universities across Britain have started voting in ballots for strikes. One ballot, for action over pay, workloads and unequal contracts, involves union members at 147 institutions.
Refugees in northern France are facing a brutal border clampdown by British and French authorities.
A strike at Nottingham College on Wednesday of last week drew between 20 and 25 strikers picketing at all five college sites for the first day.
Outsourced workers have vowed to keep up their indefinite strike after bosses claimed to give in to one of their central demands.
Around 1,500 workers at Diageo plants across Scotland were set to begin ten days of strikes over pay on Tuesday night but called them off after a new offer
The biggest protests since the withdrawal of a hated extradition bill took place in Hong Kong last Sunday.
Workers across France are set to strike next Tuesday against the government’s assault on pensions.
Union leaders agreed to define class as a form of discrimination. But it’s not just another oppression, argues Sadie Robinson
John Bolton's dismissal can be traced back to an earlier Republican presidency in which Bolton served, that of George W Bush
As the climate movement intensifies, Sarah Bates says a new book by activist and author Naomi Klein raises serious questions about what action can win a sustainable world
This time it really is the big one. Decades of struggles over the future of Royal Mail and the postal industry have all been leading towards this pitched battle.
This follow-up novel has been a long time coming. It’s grim, but also exciting and never straightforward
Rarely do we see a war story that focuses on ordinary people rather than the event as a whole
Recorded on the road in a campervan-turned-studio, Amadjar is the ninth album by internationally acclaimed Tuareg nine-piece Tinariwen
The global climate strike this Friday has shown how trade unions can revive.
Saudi Arabia and the US are driving closer to war with Iran, following drone strikes on Saudi Arabian oil plants last Saturday.
I’m writing on behalf of my colleagues from British Gas. British Gas sells energy and mechanical services.
‘A man of great natural charm and intelligence’
Declassified cables provide new details of the torture of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Abu Zubaydah were subjected to by the CIA.
The Labour Party has unveiled ‘radical measures’ under a new Ministry of Employment Rights. Tomáš Tengely-Evans casts a critical eye over the plans