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Tory lies over the coronavirus crisis mean many more people will die. And we are not all in it together—poor, black and vulnerable people will be the hardest hit.
Health workers in Greece protested at 28 hospitals around the country on Tuesday, against their right wing government’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Argos warehouse workers are being “put in danger” to keep profits rolling in during coronavirus crisis.
What was important to the Scottish ruling class was that they were free to exploit their serfs without interference from English Kings.
Care workers are speaking out after pressure mounts on them to deliver critical frontline services amid high levels of staff sickness, unsafe conditions and resident deaths.
Millions of people in Britain are going hungry during the coronavirus crisis, according to new research.
The government list of “extremely vulnerable people” who need maximum protection and extra support during the coronavirus crisis has missed off over half a million people.
Police in Melbourne, Australia, fined and harassed activists using powers granted to deal with coronavirus
Union rep says 'If people don’t feel safe they should remove themselves from the building"
Vulnerable people in social care are left at a heightened risk of coronavirus because of the failures of local government bosses, private care providers and national government
A leaked Labour Party report has exposed how a faction lodged inside the party’s headquarters sabotaged Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership—and waged war on the members.
The British economy is heading for a recession forecast to be deeper than the 2007 financial crisis—and one of the most severe since 1900.
Bin workers on the Wirral on Merseyside stopped work over coronavirus health and safety last week
At least eleven London bus workers have now died after contracting Covid-19, with tens of thousands more transport workers terrified of the same fate
Global deaths from the coronavirus surpassed 100,000 at the end of last week. In many countries there is no let-up in the grim statistics of infection and deaths.
The Home Office confirmed last week that migrants deemed “low skilled” would have no opportunity to make a life in Britain after Brexit
Hundreds of people have already died in care homes, yet they are not being counted towards national daily totals.
Health workers are organising a day of action after Tory minister Matt Hancock sparked outrage for telling them to not to overuse protective kit.
Workers at a council in the south of England last week forced their bosses to take action to protect their safety
in a dramatic move, the Labour council said it would suspend its attacks on workers until June.
It's possible to fight and win
An open letter, backed by the UCU Left group, demands emergency measures
Some union members are opposing the move
Labour leader Keir Starmer is helping those Tory ministers who want to see the lockdown end and people pushed back to work in order to make profits.
Health workers could be forced to reuse protective clothing as a “last resort”, according to a document from Public Health England.
US president Donald Trump last week said that he wants to kickstart the economy with a “big bang”.
Italy has quarantined refugees on a boat, police sparked a food riot in Nairobi and the bloody war in Yemen is paused
The front page of Socialist Worker last week featured faces of some of the many workers in Britain who have died from coronavirus. Of the eight people pictured, six were black or Asian.
“History has brought mankind to that pinnacle on which the total obliteration of mankind is at last a practical possibility,” wrote the radical scholar Norman O Brown.
The coronavirus crisis has seen governments across the world bring in harsh new state powers. Nick Clark looks at how so-called temporary restrictions on our rights can often become permanent
This major series, new to the BBC, treads some familiar ground—but it’s a good mix of standard sci-fi with a cultish, religious theme
This is Yves Tumor’s fourth full-length release, and it’s as elusive and mysterious as ever.
Keir Starmer has already failed spectacularly to challenge the Tories since being elected Labour Party leader earlier this month.
A new scandal over Do Not Attempt Resuscitation (DNAR) orders has revived previously unthinkable eugenic notions about the “survival of the fittest”.
‘The health of Boris Johnson is the health of the body politic and, by extension, the health of the nation’
Workers can’t “hide” from the coronavirus forever, a government adviser has said. Rupert Shute is the deputy scientific adviser at the Home Office.
Pandemics and viral outbreaks aren’t an accident of nature. Fresh research confirms how tearing up animals’ natural habitats and intensive farming are to blame, writes Sadie Robinson