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Socialist Worker urges everyone to back Jeremy Corbyn and vote Labour on Thursday.
IWGB and UCU union members marched chanting, “Two strikes, one fight!” and, “UCL you’re out of time – outsourcing is a crime”
Richard Greeman writes from Montpelier saying that strikes that began on Thursday offer the focus for a powerful movement against neoliberalism
Lecturers and other higher education staff are back to work but the fight over pensions and conditions goes on, writes Sadie Robinson
Tory prime minister Boris Johnson has ramped up racist scapegoating in the final week of the general election campaign. He unveiled a draconian plan on Sunday that would deny tens of thousands of migrants the right to live in Britain after Brexit.
Protesters forced Boris Johnson to cancel several campaign events in the days running up to the election.
Jeremy Corbyn’s visit to South Wales last Saturday introduced excitement into a campaign that had seemed only to consist of canvassing.
At least 135,000 children will be homeless by Christmas—the highest in 12 years, according to a report by housing charity Shelter.
Workers at St Catherine’s Catholic School for Girls in Bexleyheath began a three-day strike on Tuesday.
Whirlpool bosses in a spin after defeat
“We’re not giving up” was the defiant message from train strikers entering their second week of walkouts on Monday.
Hundreds of health workers in Berkshire and Surrey plan a fresh round of strikes against privatisation.
The streets of Madrid were filled with defiant scenes last week as thousands of climate campaigners protested outside United Nations (UN) climate talks.
We have to go out and fight. Socialist Worker went to press before the general election took place on Thursday.
Right wingers will continue to use accusations of antisemitism against the left after the general election.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party went into this Thursday’s general election in turmoil, running at just 3 percent in opinion polls.
A mass rally in Bristol showed the potential behind Corbyn’s campaign, despite sneering from sections of the media
Boris Johnson doesn’t care about the NHS—or the deaths and pain caused by Tory cuts.
The Financial Times newspaper and The Economist refused to call for a vote for the Tories.
Top bosses have shown their contempt for democracy by taking measures to avoid Labour’s renationalisation plans.
Algerian workers began a four-day general strike last Sunday to protest against a fraudulent presidential election scheduled for this week.
Protesters in Hong Kong staged their biggest demonstration in six months last Sunday.
A huge strike swept France on Thursday as millions of workers revolted against pension attacks from president Emmanuel Macron.
Nick Clark says that revolts sweeping the Middle East are overcoming sectarianism and terrifying US rulers
News from the German economy last week sent a shiver through bosses across Europe.
TV, print and online media exposed its pro-Tory sentiment during this year’s general election campaign. Nick Clark looks at why this is whether it can be resisted
After years of attacks on pay, pensions and living standards, ordinary people in France have had enough. Huge strikes—the most significant wave of workers’ action since 1995— should be an inspiration to everyone, says Charlie Kimber
French actor Mati Diop’s directoral debut set in west Africa is a love story that carries a powerful message about our divided society, writes Charlie Kimber
The art of protest
The ruling class and its hangers on threw everything at Jeremy Corbyn in the run-up to the general election.
Sydney was choking in smoke as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
Dave Jones (Letters, 4 December) says there isn’t any difference between saying vote Labour in Socialist Worker and “campaigning with the Labour Party to tell your neighbours to vote Labour”.
‘Grim vision of Marxist Britain’
A police officer who allegedly hit a student in the head with a baton during protests in December 2010 faces a disciplinary hearing.