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This general election is an opportunity to kick out the Tories and break from a decade of austerity, scapegoating of Muslims and migrants, and inaction over climate change.
Grenfell survivors and relatives have vowed to keep up their fight for justice after an inquiry’s report into the tower block fire was published on Wednesday.
Jeremy Corbyn announced what he called “the most ambitious and radical campaign our country has ever seen” in a speech on Thursday morning.
Eight days of strikes are set to hit 60 universities from Monday 25 November to Wednesday 4 December after workers voted for action in two ballots.
Climate campaigners were celebrating after the Tories announced an immediate halt to fracking in England on Saturday.
Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon spoke at a mass rally in Glasgow last Saturday calling for a second independence referendum. This is the first time she has joined any such street protest in the last five years.
Boris Johnson began the general election campaign with arrogance, lies—and weakness.
A Nigerian refugee in Calais, France, has died of smoke inhalation
An independent United Nations rights expert has warned that the conditions WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being held in are putting his life “at risk”
In California, the mansions of the rich are better protected against climate catastrophe than ordinary people. Changing that means challenging the logic of profit, writes Sarah Bates
Jeremy Corbyn has set the tone for the Labour Party’s election campaign with rallies and speeches taking on “the establishment” and “the wealthy few”.
Jo Swinson, the Liberal Democrat leader, has claimed her party could take hundreds of seats at the general election.
Hundreds of migrant workers are preparing for their second round of strikes at St Mary’s hospital in west London.
A planned strike at Nottingham College was suspended this week after workers received a new offer.
Library and museum workers in West Yorkshire began a three-day walkout against millions of pounds of cuts on Tuesday.
Workers across 25 sixth form colleges across England struck together on Tuesday.
Two groups of outsourced health workers are stepping up their fight for equal pay.
McDonald’s fast food workers who are members of the Bakers Food and Allied Workers’ union (Bfawu) were set to strike at six sites across south London London next Tuesday.
Postal workers in Royal Mail could soon set a date for national strikes—with the potential for action during the election period and in the run-up to Christmas.
A series of unofficial rail strikes in France have shown the potential for massive resistance to president Emmanuel Macron.
Huge democracy demonstrations in Algeria, north Africa, last week came on a particularly important date.
Tens of thousands of people in Iraq have fought pitched battles with police, as they blocked major roads in the centre of capital city Baghdad.
The uprising in Chile continues, and it is raising fundamental questions about neoliberalism and even capitalism
The Tory politicians and housing bosses responsible for the murder of 72 people in the Grenfell fire avoided the spotlight in the inquiry’s report last week
So-called socialist regimes in eastern Europe were nothing of the kind
As Sesame Street approaches its 50th anniversary, Simon Basketter looks back at a show that repeatedly broke the mould and upset right wingers
The reality of rising debt and falling wages under Tory austerity was laid bare in new research from the TUC union federation released on Tuesday.
The announcement of the general election is welcome news for anyone who is committed to challenging the racism and austerity we have suffered under the Tories.
‘These people need putting down’
The number of missing medical records, and patients whose HIV test results were withheld, are proof of a high level Whitehall cover-up, a
With the opposition set to release its manifesto soon, Nick Clark looks at how the policies favoured by its members must not be forgotten on the campaign trail