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US president Donald Trump was threatening yet more major acts of war in the Middle East following the assassination of top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.
The bushfires that don't go out are raising a horrifying vision of a country that could be made uninhabitable by climate chaos
In a massive warmongering escalation, a US airstrike murdered general Qassem Soleimani
Hundreds of people protested outside Downing Street in central London on Saturday against the threat of a major war with Iran.
Revolutionaries debated the political situation and how to shape it
Key battles to defeat Boris Johnson’s Tory government lie outside the Labour Party
The climate catastrophe wreaked havoc across the world this week
Huge numbers of people were expected to march in Glasgow this Saturday demanding another referendum on Scottish independence.
Slogans of unity against racism echoed in Newham, east London, as 3,000 people took to the streets against India’s Citizenship Amendment Act
Postal Workers at the Bootle Delivery Office, Merseyside, are set to strike
Outsourced cleaners at HMRC tax offices in Liverpool struck over pay
It was a response to antisemitic graffiti
Rail workers on South Western Railway ended a with a vow to battle Boris Johnson’s attacks on their right to strike
Workers on the Tyne and Wear Metro delivered a bloody nose to bosses
The queen’s speech on Thursday confirmed that the Tories are going to attack the right to strike. It is a huge challenge that has to be confronted head-on by trade unionists, socialists and campaigners.
Another huge day of strikes and demonstrations in France against president Emmanuel Macron’s pension assaults was set for Thursday this week.
Tens of thousands of French workers remain on indefinite strike against president Emmanuel Macron’s attacks on pensions
A BBC TV programme says ‘overpopulation’ causes climate change. Gabby Thorpe debunks this dangerous racist idea
The US is in the grip of a huge health epidemic so big that it is killing more than 130 people a day.
‘Wellness’ may seem like a harmless trend. But it rests on making money from alienation and the way that capitalism damages our minds and bodies
Sam Mendes’s latest effort is impressive but it relies too much on its unique cinematographic approach rather than original storytelling, argues?Nick Clark
Haven’t They Grown begins with a very creepy and puzzling scenario. A woman who lost touch with a close friend years ago goes to snoop on her while taking her son to a football match.
Sunderland band Field Music, headed by brothers David and Peter Brewis, has made an album about the social impact of the First World War.
Wildfires, floods and the threat of war ushered in 2020
The sexist treatment carried out by the police and justice systems toward women alleging rape was highlighted in a recent horrifying case in Cyprus
Socialists should campaign for reform of the Gender Recognition Act to allow individuals to self-identify their own gender
‘We cannot see a way of the prime minister avoiding Gerry Adams without reverting to the undignified hiding-behind-the-potted plants scenario’
Hundreds of people affected by the contaminated blood scandal could have avoided infection had officials accepted help from Scotland
Bigots are organising to scupper the rollout of LGBT+ equality lessons in schools.