Search below by year or month.
Try our search to find a specific issue of Socialist Worker, or use the search at the top of the page to find a specific article.
Some three million people joined a huge climate strike across 28 countries on Friday of last week.
Delegates passed a motion calling for a ban on fracking and achieving zero carbon emissions by 2030,
Another 2,000 people joined the global ranks of the ultra-rich last year with personal “investable” wealth of more than £24 million. That figure does not include their holdings in property and other fixed assets.
Chants of, “Stop Boris!” rang out in Manchester on Sunday as up to 5,000 people marched against the Tories, who were gathering for their party conference.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said his party will scrap the hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit if elected.
The grassroots campaign supporting independence for Scotland is continuing with an unprecedented series of major meetings and demonstrations.
Tory lies over hospital building fell apart in less than 24 hours over the weekend.
UCU union members in universities are balloting for strikes over pay, workloads, unequal contracts and pensions.
Postal workers are going all out to win a strike ballot and then resist attacks from their Royal Mail bosses.
Workers at 23 sixth form colleges are set to strike on Thursday 17 October in a battle over funding and pay.
MSPs at Holyrood last week voted by 113 votes to zero, to adopt a new climate bill. Only the Greens abstained.
Ian McEwan’s new novella tells the story of Brexit and the political crisis it has caused.
Boris Johnson began his first Tory party conference as prime minister facing allegations of sexual harassment and corruption—and a looming Brexit deadline.
Scottish pharmacy health workers on all-out strike have refused to go back to work until bosses carry out their promises over pay.
Workers on the Caledonian sleeper service struck for 36 hours from 12 noon last Sunday, causing all sleeper services to be cancelled.
A huge climate strike has hit New Zealand, where 170,000 people have walked out to demand climate justice.
The political battle going on at the top of US society has reached a new pitch. US speaker of the Senate Nancy Pelosi announced last week that formal impeachment proceedings are set to begin against president Donald Trump.
A strike by nearly 50,000 General Motors (GM) staff across the United States has entered its third week as talks between the company and the United Auto Workers union (UAW) continue.
Nine Catalan independence activists have been arrested on charges of terrorism and rebellion. The Spanish state deployed 500 police officers to carry out the arrests.
Months of protests have developed into an uprising that has the potential to bring down the Haitian president
Mahienour el-Massry was arrested in the the clampdown (Pic: Egypt Solidarity Initiative)
Talks following Austria’s snap general election on Sunday are likely to produce another right wing government.
A deadly crackdown on refugees is spreading across Europe.
Police shot an 18 year old man during angry pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong on Tuesday.
One takeaway from last week’s Labour Party conference is that the members are further ahead than the leadership and the trade unions.
Mohandas Gandhi’s legacy continues to inspire activists today. Socialist Worker looks back at the tactics of the mass movement that kicked the British Empire out of India
Tens of thousands of people will be occupying central London in October demanding action over climate change. Extinction Rebellion activists spoke to Sarah Bates about why the action matters—and how it’s making an impact
Ahead of Todd Phillips’ highly anticipated Joker, Sasha Simic looks at how controversy surrounding the film may not be giving it the chance it deserves
The climate rebellion is entering a crucial new chapter. Thousands of Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists plan to take over parts of central London as part of the International Rebellion.
The crisis in official politics has made the break-up of the British state a living debate again.
It’s sad to announce the death of our friend and comrade Brian Way.
People at work have been talking about the global climate strike on Friday 20 September all week.
‘We’re enjoying this’
A few thousand people took to London streets last weekend to support the right of British people to shoot Irish people in the back.
Jeremy Corbyn says he wants to change how drugs companies work. Sadie Robinson looks at how pharmaceutical fat cats pile up profits while ordinary people are denied care they need