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The Extinction Rebellion (XR) rising in London at the start of this week was defiant, determined and a huge boost to the climate movement.
Why are some workers at the Bond Street station Crossrail site dying?
Homeless protesters who stormed a council building in Chester on Monday night were still inside on Wednesday demanding a place to live.
Postal workers in Merseyside walked out on unofficial strike on Wednesday over claims a manager made a racist comment to a Muslim worker.
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in the capital Baghdad and other cities.
“We’re going to make rebellion something everyone wants to do,” declared Extinction Rebellion (XR), just days ahead of its occupation of central London.
Hundreds of postal workers at a major Royal Mail hub have joined an unofficial strike over racism and victimisation.
A huge march for Scottish independence swept through Edinburgh on Saturday.
A brutal show of force from the Metropolitan police on Saturday saw cops swoop in on one of Extinction Rebellion’s (XR) warehouses, confiscate equipment and arrest activists.
Thousands of rebels poured onto the streets of central London early on Monday morning to demand urgent and dramatic action on the climate emergency.
New revelations have shown that failed travel firm Thomas Cook paid out over £20 million in fees to lawyers, major accounting groups, and leading restructuring advisers just days before it crashed.
The first day of Extinction Rebellion’s (XR) occupation of London on Monday was shaped by resistance—and police repression.
Outsourced caterers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) marched back to work victorious on Monday morning, ending an indefinite strike.
The UCU union has called 14 more days of strikes at Nottingham College next month, where workers are engaged in a battle against punitive new contracts.
Library and museum workers in West Yorkshire have announced 14 days of strikes against millions of pounds of cuts.
Strikes in west London have pushed Brent council to reconsider a plan to close a school.
People queued the length of Northumberland Road before the event
Health workers working for subcontractor Compass have announced a fresh wave of strikes in their pay fight.
Protest at HS2 site PLUS action at Greenwich council, eCourier, Forbo flooring and London Underground
Donald Trump gave the go-ahead for a Turkish invasion of northern Syria on Monday in another betrayal of the Kurdish people.
Authorities in Hong Kong have resorted to using old, authoritarian laws to try and suppress a pro-democracy movement. It has sparked more furious protests.
Trump keeps up attacks on migrants
Organisers say rebels in around 60 countries will take action during the two-week International Rebellion.
Sea levels are rising faster than ever before with catastrophic consequences for human survival and animal and marine life.
Amid the stew of Brexit speculation, there are more calls for a “national unity” government.
Sadie Robinson reports from Doncaster and Barnsley on how bitter frustration at years of austerity and political failure have created the conditions for the right to benefit—but anger could also be pulled to the left
As demonstrations again see a revolt in Haiti causing a crisis for the country’s rulers Gabby Thorpe looks at its turbulent history
There are some hard bitten cliches in this hard bitten BBC cop drama, writes Simon Basketter, but the character-driven storyline has depth and potential
The Politician straddles high school drama and political satire—and does neither successfully until the end.
False friends are clustering around the climate movement. They know that millions of people across the world support climate action to avert catastrophe. Instead of denying the need for it, they pose as sympathetic but “reasonable”.
Police actions against Extinction Rebellion (XR) show their job is to ensure business as usual under capitalism.
Clamity Parker was an SWP member in Kent
At the Tory party conference in Manchester last week its racism and reaction was on show.
‘Police blasted on eco anarchy’
A new theory claims hedge funds are pushing for a no-deal Brexit in order to boost their profits. Simon Basketter explains why this makes for a poor conspiracy theory