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As the number of coronavirus cases rises in Britain, Socialist Worker looks at what needs to be done to contain it
A key demand of university strikers is wholly correct admit employers
Ricky Tomlinson, is probably best known as Jim 'My arse' Royle in the hugely popular Royle Family television comedy. He is a socialist who was jailed on trumped-up charges for his role in a strike in 1972. This week, as the cases were sent back to the Court of Appeal, Ricky spoke to Socialist Worker
Campaigners have been boosted by the release—at least temporarily—of one person who had been readied for deportation.
UCU union strikers report new faces on picket lines and strong support from students. But some union leaders are prepared to settle for well short of what workers deserve.
People marched against deportations, and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urged people to take to the streets to “show our opposition to the rise of racism”
Greta Thunberg has blasted the latest plan by the European Union (EU) commission to tackle carbon emissions as “empty words”.
New chancellor Rishi Sunak may promise the end of austerity, but the cabinet isn’t interested in reversing a decade of cuts, benefit freezes and privatisation, argues?Sophie Squire
A woman has been given the go-ahead to take the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to court over Universal Credit (UC) rules.
There were defiant scenes outside bin depots in east London on Monday as striking workers refused to let managers, scabs and lorries move.
Royal Mail workers are campaigning hard to win a national strike ballot by the biggest majority possible.
Security guards and CCTV operators at Harrods department store in west London have accepted a deal over pay and working conditions.
As the European Union (EU) encourages police violence against migrants at Greece’s border with Turkey, Nazis are targeting refugees on the island of Lesvos.
The recent spike in attempts to enter Greece comes after the breakdown of a deal between the European Union (EU) and Turkey meant to stop refugees coming to Europe.
Workers in 34 sixth form colleges took their sixth day of strikes on Tuesday, in a battle to win more funding and pay.
Workers on the London Underground are driving through a campaign to get a solid yes vote in their strike ballot.
The Socialist Workers Party has made a statement calling for urgent measures to tackle the coronavirus crisis and protect people's lives
Paris is set be a capital of protest and resistance on Saturday.
Lebanon defaulted on a foreign debt payment for the first time in its history this week.
The coronavirus has raised sharp political issues in South Korea, says Jang Ho-jong
Sarah Bates looks at how the Tory promise of new deregulated ‘freeports’ will benefit big business, not workers
“New data paint grim picture of coronavirus fallout,” read a headline in the Financial Times newspaper last week. My heart sank when I saw it. But when I anxiously scanned the article, it wasn’t about the spread of the coronavirus or the deaths it is causing.
The coronavirus, like all serious epidemics, reveals capitalism’s priorities and shows us why it cannot protect us. Socialist and scientist John Parrington talked to Socialist Worker about the current crisis
Time and again radical movements for change have looked to the Democrats to fight for them, but have being bitterly betrayed. Tomáš Tengely-Evans and Gabby Thorpe argue today’s activists must not make the same mistake
The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates combines powerful descriptions of slavery with a pacey plot and strong characters, writes?Sadie Robinson
US chemical company Dupont spent years dumping the acid PFOA in a landfill in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Bertolt Brecht’s classic master and servant comedy is given a gender-switched adaptation by award-winning novelist and playwright Denise Mina.
Bosses must not be allowed to make ordinary people pay for coronavirus or the chaos in the financial markets.
Ahead of the Tory budget announcement, campaigners have warned that new rules for councils in England threaten early years and special needs education.
I was disappointed to learn this week that a crowdfunder set up by actor Michael Sheen for the Storm Dennis flood victims in Wales won’t go directly to the victims.
A firm run by Boris Johnson’s tennis partner is being paid £1.4 million of government cash to help officials “network” rich people.