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Strikes will hit some 74 universities across Britain in February and March, as UCU union members stage 14 days of strikes.
The United Nations (UN) has finally published a list of companies that do business in illegal Israeli settlements, after years of unexpected delays.
The Tories' vicious deportation regime is causing massive suffering
Thousands took part across Britain. but the movement needs to grow again
A disabled man who was one of the 17 people deported to Jamaica on Tuesday says he’s living in “constant pain” because he doesn’t have access to medication.
The damage caused by the floods across Britain has exposed the total failure to provide for people in danger.
The Canadian government is ramping up attacks on indigenous First Nation land in an effort to support fossil fuel interests.
Protesters led by women marched in Baghdad, Nasriyah, and other cities in Iraq on Saturday last week. They were angry at attacks on them by state security forces and leading politicians.
Workers in Tower Hamlets, east London, are redoubling their efforts to fight back against a Labour council determined to carry out brutal attacks
As members begin voting for the next Labour leader this week, debates about transphobia, Palestine solidarity and the party’s election defeat are raging, reports Nick Clark
Health campaigners protested as part of a national day of action against funding cuts and privatisation called by Keep Our NHS Public
Traffic wardens in Hackney, east London, were gearing up for a protest at outsourcer Apcoa’s headquarters on Friday this week
Activists in the PCS union are preparing a campaign in defence of leading rep Paul Williams
Striking outsourced workers at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) plan to step up their fight against bosses at contractor Interserve.
Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire Democratic US presidential primary. His victory came after he won the highest number of votes in Iowa last week.
The French president looks weak as strikes continue, says Charlie Kimber
Left wingers who claim that being ‘woke’ about oppression is a turn off for working class people propagate poisonous nonsense, says Simon Basketter
It is still too early to say how serious an epidemic Covid?19—as the latest coronavirus outbreak is now known—will prove to be.
A landmark conference 50 years ago this month helped to boost struggles for women’s liberation
Sadie Robinson spoke to activists building the fight for equality and against neoliberal education, and urges everyone to get behind the strikers and their dispute
Weather follows the story of an ordinary person coming to terms with climate catastrophe. It’s engaging, but not very hopeful, says Sophie Squire
This display explores Birmingham’s vibrant and varied history of protest and activism— from the Priestley Riots of 1791 to the LGBT+ campaigns of today.
Andrew Sabisky always dreamed it was his destiny that one day he would work at 10 Downing Street. And that day was last Monday.
Faced with a vicious Tory government, we need to step up the fightback outside parliament urgently.
With the sudden and unexpected death of Keith Chadwick, Burnley & Pendle Socialist Workers Party lost a vital and much-loved comrade
The Tory society at the University of Bristol recently organised a meeting entitled, A Unique Military Alliance—Israel and the UK.
‘Extensive preparations have already been carried
Saudi Arabian airstrikes killed at least 32 civilians last Saturday in brutal revenge for a military setback.
Deportations to Jamaica have exposed the horror of Britain’s immigration system. But they’ve got bosses rubbing their hands