Dated: 15 Oct 2019
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Rebels from the Extinction Rebellion took over some of the most famous streets in London in a bid to force action on climate change.
An unofficial strike over alleged racism and victimisation has ended after Royal Mail bosses used strikebreakers and a court injunction.
Chaotic scenes filled the streets of central London as police fought to throw Extinction Rebellion protesters off the streets
Climate protesters occupied London City Airport
The Revolutionary Socialist Workers Party (Dsip) in Turkey calls for peace and support for refugees
David Duckenfield's actions “contributed substantially” to the deaths of 96 football fans, a court has heard.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists staged two more major direct actions in central London on Friday—the fifth day of their International Rebellion.
March organisers Extinction Rebellion said 30,000 people marched
Around 20,000 people marched through London
Hundreds of rebels occupied the junction outside Bank underground station—under the shadow of the Bank of England
abortion will be decriminalised in Northern Ireland on 21 October—if a devolved Northern Irish government does not meet before then.
The Tories’ plans will mean some people will be forced to leave Britain under the new scheme. Anti-racists should rip apart the racist border system, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Two groups of health workers in the north west of England are escalating their fight for equal pay.
Health visitors in Lincolnshire are escalating their fight for equal pay and terms and conditions.
NEU union members in 23 sixth form colleges were set to strike on Thursday in a battle over pay and funding.
Over 250 education workers, students and activists joined the Climate emergency—educating for the future conference in London last Saturday.
eCourier workers who are members of the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB), struck for two days from last Thursday.
Library and museum workers in West Yorkshire were set to hold a 48-hour strike from Monday of next week.
UCU union members at Nottingham College plan to hold 14 more days of strike next month in a battle over new contracts.
Boris Johnson this week faces one of the biggest crises of his government.
The queen’s speech on Monday won’t lead to many, if any, new laws.
Right wing Labour MPs ganged up at a meeting in parliament on Monday evening to insist that there shouldn’t be a snap election.
Workers in Royal Mail are gearing up for a major battle after posting a stunning vote in favour of national strikes.
From Germany to India, the US to New Zealand, people from around the world took action in unity to demand climate justice.
Protesters in Ecuador have forced the government to cancel an austerity package
Bosses at General Motors n the US offered a new contract, as a strike of nearly 50,000 workers entered its fifth week
Sadie Robinson looks at a new programme to give heroin users diamorphine which aims to help people escape addiction
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have denounced Donald Trump’s decision to pull back American troops blocking a Turkish invasion of northern Syria as a “betrayal”. Of course they’re right.
One hundred years ago Britain was gripped by huge workers’ struggles but also horrific race riots. Ken Olende looks at how the racist violence was unleashed—and how some of the left organised against it
Raising Dion mixes superhero staples with life’s everyday problems—and the result is a show that’s pathbreaking for both genres, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Ambitious is a good way to describe Giri/Haji (Duty/Shame).
The Hatton Gallery,
The International Rebellion has brought together tens of thousands of people across the globe to demand climate justice.
Massive protests erupted across Catalonia this week after a Spanish court sentenced nine pro-independence Catalan leaders to vicious prison terms.
Members of Chesterfield Socialist Workers Party were very sad to learn of the death of Alan Hunt aged 89. He has been a member of the branch for many years.
This month I will be 62, but there will be no real happy birthday feeling until I am 66.