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Will a Labour government fulfil Jeremy Corbyn’s promises to “pull down a corrupt system and build a fairer country?”
A 97 percent Yes vote on a 76 percent turnout has been pushed aside. The best response would be to walk out anyway.
Payouts to shareholders in major firms rose over six times faster than wages between 2014 and 2018, says new research.
As Labour prepares its election manifesto, Unite union general secretary Len McCluskey has insisted that freedom of movement for migrants won’t be in it.
A fire tore through a block of student flats in Bolton on Friday
I was enraged to hear that the Labour Party had declared the question of Kashmir to be a “bilateral issue” between India and Pakistan in which Labour will not interfere.
Workers at 34 sixth form colleges across England were set to strike on Wednesday—the third walkout in a fight over pay and funding.
Boris Johnson prepared for his television debate with Jeremy Corbyn this week by announcing a massive handout to the rich.
The Labour Party looked almost certain to ignore party members’ demands to include defending freedom of movement in its manifesto, set for publication this week.
Under the banner of Operation: Make West Wales a Tory Free Zone we have organised a series of events to unseat two Tory MPs.
Cleaners at HMRC tax offices in Liverpool and Bootle were set to strike on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
Boris Johnson has announced a huge rollback of migrants’ rights in a bid to divert blame for the Tory-made crisis in the NHS and public services.
Workers at Nottingham College have voted overwhelmingly to accept a deal to end a long-running dispute. Some 15 days of strikes by UCU union members—and the threat of more—has blocked bosses’ attempts to drive down their pay and conditions.
Students across the world are busy using the last few days before the next climate strike to hammer home the urgency of ecological catastrophe
Over 100 flood alerts were in place across Britain on Monday
Hundreds of health workers in Berkshire and Surrey began a two-day strike against privatisation on Monday.
Library and museums workers in West Yorkshire began their fourth round of strikes against “devastating cuts” on Monday.
Cops in Hong Kong say that protests are bringing the city to the “brink of total collapse”.
Israel has killed more than 30 Palestinians in a fresh round of bombings on the besieged Gaza Strip.
The European Union’s (EU) border policy has caused the death of a nine month old baby in one of Greece’s vast, overcrowded refugee camps.
Huge battles were taking place in Hong Kong as Socialist Worker went to press, as the authorities escalated their repression of pro-democracy protests.
Richard Greeman, a Marxist writer and activist best known for his work on Victor Serge, marks the one-year anniversary of the Yellow Vests by looking at what the movement has achieved and the prospects for future struggles
Israel killed unleashed a fresh round of bombings on the besieged Gaza Strip last week.
Bad things have been happening lately in Latin America. But the worst to date is the right wing coup in Bolivia
US establishment figures hope they can impeach Trump over ‘Ukrainegate’. We need to go beyond their narrow differences, writes Gabby Thorpe
A decade of Tory rule has slashed key services, savaged spending and driven more people into poverty. And if they aren’t kicked out, life for working class people is set to get worse, report Sarah Bates and Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Ahead of a new film telling the story of Harriet Tubman, the escaped slave who helped others on their way to freedom, Socialist Worker celebrates the life of a legend
The Irishman has everything you’d want from a Scorsese gangster film, writes Simon Basketter, but there’s humour and sadness amid the violence
This landmark exhibition explores the life and work of May Morris, one of the most significant artists of the British arts .
Momentum says it’s driving forward path-breaking campaigning methods that will win the election.
‘Look, this is either the Clash or the Rolling Stones’
Evidence implicating British soldiers in the murder of children and the torture of civilians was covered up by military commanders
Tens of thousands of UCU union members are preparing for their return to the picket line. Sadie Robinson talks to activists about how they’re building solidarity—and how to win