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The bigots united this week to try and stop Jeremy Corbyn winning next month’s general election.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) was vindicated in the High Court on Wednesday as judges ruled that a police order banning its International Rebellion was unlawful.
The Labour Party’s national executive has refused to endorse Derby North MP Chris Williamson as a general election candidate. It made the decision by 20 votes to five on Wednesday.
A police officer has been charged with the murder of black footballer Dalian Atkinson.
Postal workers are fuming after Royal Mail bosses ran to the courts on Friday to try and block a national strike.
A Labour Party conference in London on Saturday saw activists discuss the positives - and negatives - of the party election campaign, reports Nick Clark
The latest Brexit scare story is that a trade deal with the US will undermine food standards in Britain.
McDonald’s workers struck across six stores in south London on Tuesday to demand £15 an hour and union rights. It marked the fourth “McStrike” in the Bfawu union’s long-running campaign for fast food workers’ rights.
Labour’s ruling body was set to meet on Saturday to finalise its election manifesto.
Train guards at South Western Railway (SWR) are gifting 27 days of strikes to train bosses this Christmas.
Over 1,000 health workers in the Home Counties plan to stage a two-day walkout against privatisation
There is rising anger across Yorkshire and the Midlands at authorities’ failure to protect people from flooding.
Workers at St Catherine’s Catholic School in Bexleyheath, south east London, began a three-day strike on Tuesday.
Striking health workers staged a sit-in in the lobby of St Mary’s Hospital in west London
Bolivia’s president Evo Morales has been forced out by a coup. It was orchestrated by the army and police—and backed by Donald Trump and the US.
Elections in Spain last Sunday produced almost the same result as in April—except for a very disturbing rise for the far right party Vox.
Police in Hong Kong shot at least one protester during mass protests on Monday of this week.
Thousands of people in Australia have seen their lives, homes and livelihoods threatened as catastrophic fires ripped through the country.
No general election would be complete without the Tories denouncing Labour for its irresponsible fiscal plans. The classic example was the 1992 campaign, when John Major’s team first warned against “Labour’s Tax Bombshell”, soon to be followed by “Labour’s Double Whammy—1. More Taxes, 2. Higher Prices.”
Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at what a strike at a rehabilitation service says about the health service
Mainstream pundits are in a tizz over misinformation on the web. But as Nick Clark argues, lying in the media isn’t new—and the key thing isn’t what it says, but what we do
A revolt is brewing on university campuses across Britain as UCU union members—lecturers, researchers and support staff—prepare for eight days of strikes over pay and pensions later this month.
This new steampunk adaptation of HG Wells’ classic is hardly a first—but it’s well-made, well-acted, exciting—and has a lot of potential, says Gabby Thorpe
Nat is a not quite 50, not quite on the shelf officer of the Secret Intelligence Service.
The Tories should be reeling. Despite the helping hand Nigel Farage gave Boris Johnson this week the campaign has exposed the ruling class arrogance and racism that runs through the party.
As fires rage through Australia and flood waters rise in Yorkshire, climate catastrophe has rarely felt so imminent.
Caroline will be remembered by all those who knew and loved her for her courage, her audacity and solidarity with anyone resisting injustice
Head teachers and academy trust leaders in the state sector are collecting “fat cat” pay packages with some pocketing nearly half a million pounds a year.
For at least some days during the election campaign the pictures will be strikers with placards, not politicians behind podiums.