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An Asian man who was viciously beaten up in Edinburgh has called on people to “please come and protest” against racism.
A Corbyn rally it was not—but perhaps these are early days.
Hundreds of students and workers protested at management attacks on staff and education
The spread of a virus in China worked the British rightwing press into a frenzy.
Italy’s right wing League leader Matteo Salvini failed to overturn decades of left of centre rule in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna last Sunday.
A new report laid bare the growing chaos behind the the HS2 project, just as Northern Rail hits the buffers
Tens of thousands of people marched in Iraq’s capital Baghdad on Friday of last week to demand the withdrawal of US soldiers from the country.
Charlie McKinnon argues that activists should push for a new phase of a resistance to force the break up of the British state
The resolve of Westex carpet workers in West Yorkshire had not weakened as they began the tenth week of an all-out strike on Monday.
We will continue to stand up for Palestine. That was the message as Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) members packed Conway Hall in London for their annual general meeting last Saturday.
Workers at several Royal Mail workplaces are set to start ballots for local strikes after bosses pushed ahead with major attacks on jobs and working conditions.
Further strikes are planned on South Western Railway (SWR) after workers voted overwhelmingly for more action.
In a welcome victory for the defence of public services, adult social care services are coming back into the control of the local council in Bath and North East Somerset.
Trade union leaders are split over who to back to be the Labour Party’s next leader and deputy leader.
More strikes could be called in universities across Britain this week, as reballots for action close in 37 UCU union branches.
Labour peer Alf Dubs has urged campaigners to “use every means possible to keep up pressure” after Tory MPs voted to dump protections for child refugees
NEU union members at St Michael’s Catholic Primary School in Newham, east London, struck for three days last week to stop the school being turned into an academy.
Security guards at St George’s medical school in south London struck for a further three days from Monday.
“Lives were ruined and we want justice,” a former Grenfell resident told Socialist Worker on Monday. He was speaking as the second phase of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry got underway.
People protested outside the public reading of a fascist book in Vauxhall, south London
Bernie Sanders’ campaign to be the Democratic Party’s candidate for US president is winning real enthusiasm as the process to choose the nominee begins.
A huge day of strikes and demonstrations in France on Friday has reinvigorated the battle against attacks on pensions.
A huge day of strikes and demonstrations in France on Friday has reinvigorated the battle against attacks on pensions. Another day of national action was set for Wednesday this week.
Over 50 people have been killed and tens of thousands displaced from their homes after floods and landslides hit Brazil. The country has recorded its heaviest rainfall in 110 years.
China and the United States have agreed to a truce in the trade war they have been waging for the past two years. What is supposed to be “phase one” of a larger trade deal was signed in Washington last week.
A new book by Laura Miles looks at the origins of trans people’s oppression, and what socialists should say. Tomáš Tengely-Evans read it—and says you should too
As Britain leaves the European Union, Sophie Squire and Sarah Bates look at the problems that lie ahead for the Tories, big business and Labour
A new BBC documentary is supposed to give an honest view of the benefits system. But it hides the real truth
August, 1945. A coachload of children arrive at the Calgarth Estate by Lake Windermere, England.
Around 150 people have begun the process of kick-starting Britain’s first “climate assembly”.
“We will make history,” said Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu ahead of an announcement by Donald Trump on Tuesday. One way or another, that’s almost certainly true.
As one of the organisers made clear, “We make no demands on the World Economic Forum—we come here to shut it down.”
The Metropolitan police has announced it will use live facial recognition cameras operationally for the first time on London streets
Soas management have launched a vicious attack on some of the lowest-paid academic staff—but it has been met by resistance, reports Sadie Robinson