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Ministers say that a “small minority of people” are putting our lives at risk. That’s true—they sit in the Tory cabinet, on the boards of corporations, and are at the top of society.
Workers in at least two Royal Mail offices in Scotland have struck unofficially over coronavirus safety fears.
A London ambulance worker spoke to Socialist Worker about the anger and fear over the lack of PPE
Submissions to a parliamentary committee reveal how the government’s failures are hitting workers
The government wants people back to work as soon as possible—even if it puts them at risk.
At least one public sector worker has died and another from the same office taken ill with coronavirus after having to come into work.
Keir Starmer has won the election to replace Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party.
The first cases of coronavirus have been reported in refugee camps in northern France, according to an aid worker.
The outbreak of Covid-19 is showing just how hard vital homelessness services have been hit by austerity.
Distribution workers at a Marks and Spencer warehouse in Swindon have staged three walkouts over health and safety.
More than 20,000 workers at Debenhams fear for their jobs after the company began its third insolvency process in a year on Monday.
Hundreds of thousands of people have been forced to claim benefits as bosses throw them on the dole, writes Sadie Robinson
Health workers are dying of coronavirus because of the Tories’ failure to provide proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
New Labour leader Keir Starmer has begun shifting the party rightwards.
Coronavirus puts hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people in adult social care services at risk.
At least eight London bus workers had died at the start of this week after being infected by Covid-19.
Bin workers’ unions have forced outsourcing bosses to make pay and health and safety guarantees over coronavirus.
Eleven bus workers have now died after contracting Covid-19, with tens of thousands more transport workers terrified of the same fate.
The effects will be even more harrowing if the virus spreads through the vast pools of extreme poverty in the Global South.
Right-wing president Andrzej Duda took 51.03 percent of the vote to narrowly beat liberal Rafał Trzaskowski who took 48.97 percent in the second round of the Polish presidential elections last Sunday.
Fresh walkouts launched across the US as Trump says that hundreds of thousands should die for profit
Widespread poverty and lack of public health services make coronavirus a huge threat to people in Africa. But they also face ferocious attacks from state forces
Our ‘betters’ have now realised that workers matter. So could workers run society without bosses?
There’s an old cliche about the economy falling off a cliff. This time it really has, all over the world.
During this period where people’s lives are centred around the home, Sarah Bates looks at capitalism's reliance on the family and women’s domestic labour.
Sadie Robinson investigates how the Tories’ response to coronavirus is wreaking havoc on millions of workers’ lives—and how the bosses are taking advantage
British explorer James Cook arrived on the east coast of Australia 250 years ago. His incursion was part of a horrific imperialist expansion, writes Charlie Kimber
Netflix’s new mini-series is about a young woman who flees a conservative religious home. It’s a nuanced, deep and complex story
Mick is a quiet, awkward teenager whose normal insecurities are made worse by his swollen testicle
Exhibitions available on the Tate’s website as video tours
Jacob Rees-Mogg—remember him?—will be cashing in on the coronavirus crisis.