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Hundreds of thousands of people, led by school students, took part in protests across Britain on Friday calling for action to tackle climate change and the system that causes it.
Inquests into the deaths of three pensioners in East Sussex have uncovered failings linked to a pressure on resources.
Join the action on 20 September in your local area
Trying to tell the truth about climate activism saw Guy Smallman seized by police
Workers and students are taking action against catastrophic climate change today. We're reporting on all the protests and rallies across Britain and internationally. Come back often for regular updates.
The executives in charge during the 2011 nuclear plant meltdown have been found not guilty of negligence
A great day of protest in London, across Britain and internationally
Brexit is not the only issue at this year’s Labour Party conference—despite what the media suggests.
Friday 20 September 2019 will go down in history as a key date in the fight against climate catastrophe.
Labour Party members saw off moves to make their party back Remain
The global climate strike saw some 5,800 actions across 161 countries—and shows the mood to fight back
Delegates to Labour Party conference near-unanimously passed a significant motion on Palestine solidarity on Monday afternoon.
Hundreds of health workers in the north west of England struck last week in the face of bosses’ attempts to stop them from speaking out against low pay.
Spirits were high on the picket line as Scottish pharmacy workers began their fifth week of an indefinite strike on Monday.
Over 160 people joined an angry meeting in Keighley Civic Centre in Bradford, West Yorkshire, to stop the cuts to libraries and museums.
nFirefighters have claimed victory in their fight against cuts to the South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Prime minister Boris Johnson’s friendship with a US entrepreneur who was granted £126,000 in public money during his time as London mayor is a damaging scandal.
Workers at the University of Liverpool have launched a programme of industrial action.
The Tories have to be driven out—now.
Around 120,000 postal workers will start voting this week in a national strike ballot.
The collapse of travel firm Thomas Cook on Monday highlighted rip-off corporate culture.
Egyptians took to the streets on Friday and Saturday in courageous demonstrations against the regime of president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
Strikes on the railways, in schools and many other sectors swept France on Tuesday against president Emmanuel Macron’s assault on pensions.
Protesters in Hong Kong defied police repression as they took part in a 16th successive weekend of protests last weekend.
A book on Labour, the media and antisemitism is both rigorous and accessible
Seventy years ago revolution in China threw off the rule of landlords and struck a blow to Western imperialism. But it wasn’t a socialist revolution, and its aims were not to put people in power, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Visually striking and emotionally raw space adventure Ad Astra takes Brad Pitt on a journey into danger, dad issues and probably the Oscars.
When Greta Thunberg blasted world leaders at the United Nations (UN), she spoke for millions who are angry at their inaction on climate change.
Millions are in housing need while hundreds of thousands of homes lie empty.
A counter-terrorism document giving advice to workers includes left wing groups in its safeguarding bulletin—alongside proscribed terrorist organisations.
A mass strike over pay and jobs at General Motors has swept across the US— Gabby Thorpe says the dispute could inspire many more workers’ struggles