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Bosses are putting workers at risk as firms try to keep operating during the coronavirus crisis.
More trade unionists are organising in their workplaces to protect people from coronavirus.
The Tories plan to grab more powers for the police and immigration officials under the guise of tackling the coronavirus crisis.
New revelations about accusations that involve Boris Johnson
The Tories’ treatment of the Windrush generation of migrants was “consistent with some elements” of institutional racism, according to an official report.
Parts of Britain look increasingly like a ghost town after the government advised workers to work from home where possible.
Lambeth library workers said they were angry at managers' lack of action
The Tories were forced to unveil measures “unprecedented in the history of the British state” on Friday.
Why has Britain tested so few people for coronavirus?
The government has said that around 1.5 million people in England are in so much danger due to coronavirus they must “take themselves out of society”.
The Tories are trying to deflect blame for food shortages at supermarkets onto ordinary people.
Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a scheme to subsidise wages that was hailed as a total transformation in policy. But the details showed that it’s far less generous than it might have seemed
Bin workers in south east London won health and safety demands over coronavirus after a walkout on Wednesday of last week.
Walkouts by postal workers on Monday in Bridgwater in Somerset and Southwark in south London underlined the angry mood among post workers.
A number of UCU union branches called off planned strikes in universities as the coronavirus crisis grew.
Two contradictory developments in the sixth form colleges dispute crashed into one another last week
The Pause the System group staged a protest last week to demand action
The first two cases of coronavirus were detected in the Gaza Strip on Sunday of last week. Two people have been put in quarantine.
Boris Johnson announced lockdown conditions for Britain in a televised address on Monday of this week.
In Greece overcrowded refugee camps on islands in the Aegean sea have been put on lockdown.
Trillions of dollars for a coronavirus aid package in the United States is mainly about protecting profits, writes Gabby Thorpe
A series of strikes in French factories engaged in non-essential production has forced employers to close some of them down, at least temporarily.
If you want a sense of how bad the crisis is, just look at Boris Johnson’s face
Sixty years ago this week the small township of Sharpeville in South Africa hit the headlines around the world. In 1985 Socialist Worker’s Alan Gibson looked at what happened.
During times of turmoil, the ruling class will tell us to come together. Behind this is the drive to keep making profits writes Nick Clark
The coronavirus crisis has laid bare the dire state of Britain’s underfunded NHS. Health workers battling the virus spoke to Socialist Worker about the harsh reality of being on the frontline
A society based on democratic planning could meet the needs of everyone and boost innovation. Socialist Worker looks at how ordinary people could reshape our world
Claustrophobic, stuck indoors and can’t get away from the children. That’s the setting for a new film that probes family life
Set in the People’s Republic of Congo in 1977, The Death of Comrade President is based on real events
The crisis caused by the coronavirus outbreak is testing every political force in society—and exposing some basic truths.
The crisis caused by coronavirus is testing every political force in society—and exposing some basic truths. One remarkable feature is how often the Labour Party agrees with the right wing Tory government.
If coronavirus rips through countries ravaged by imperialism, it would spell catastrophe for millions.
I’ve helped to set up a mutual aid group in Mile End, east London. We’ve distributed leaflets telling people how to access help at food banks, mosques, churches and charities.
Never mind the coronavirus, what about the bottom line?
The Tories rushed through new laws to ‘deal’ with coronavirus—but parts of them are a threat to us all