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The battle is on to stop the Tories forcing an unsafe reopening of schools from 1 June.
The Tories have their sights on making ordinary people pay for the Covid-19 crisis.
Workers fear they will be made to pay the price after Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak announced changes to the job retention scheme on Tuesday.
A new study emphasises how class divisions and racism in Britain are having an impact during the pandemic.
Government coronavirus failures in social care continue to endanger the lives of hundreds of thousands of service users and workers.
Royal Mail’s hated chief executive Rico Back suddenly resigned on Friday—two weeks after workers delivered him a humiliating blow.
The mood against the Tories is beginning to be seen more strongly on the streets. A number of cavalcades, stunts and socially-distanced protests took place on Thursday.
Left wing Labour MPs and prominent activists have called for a “renewal” of Momentum, the organisation founded to support former party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Empty Tory promises and greedy bosses are leaving many workers struggling to survive, reports Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Homeless people across England could be thrown back onto the streets after the Tories cut funding for an emergency scheme.
The Tory drive to reopen the economy has forced droves of people into dangerous buses and trains.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) vowed there will be “No going back” to the way that the Tories ignored the climate crisis before coronavirus.
Very small numbers of right wing protesters came out last weekend—and achieved massive publicity from the media.
A suspected coronavirus outbreak at an Asos retail warehouse has sparked calls for the site to be closed while a deep clean is carried out.
Supporters of Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) in Leicester and Lowestoft have organised socially-distanced protests after racist attacks.
Digger maker JCB has said that up to 950 jobs are at risk at its ten plants in Staffordshire, Derbyshire, and Wrexham in north Wales.
Moves to end the lockdown in France are releasing suppressed bitterness and anger against president Emmanuel Macron
Unofficial strikes have spread across the US as a result of unsafe conditions and unfair dismissals during the coronavirus outbreak
Germany is facing fresh coronavirus outbreaks following the easing of lockdown restrictions
On the other side of the pandemic, many fear there will be a debt crisis. This fear is mainly motivated by the huge amounts of money governments are spending to prop up companies and subsidise wages.
What lay behind the horror of a past pandemic?
Scientists are struggling to understand how Covid-19 affects people differently. Socialist Worker shows that the construct of race has more basis in exploitation than biology
The battle over reopening schools could make or break the Tory drive to get people back to work before it’s safe.
Future Teenage Cave Artists is a tilt back to the earlier work of this veteran indie band
The BFI’s Japan 2020 film festival launched on Monday of last week
The vote for the racist Immigration Bill underlines the need for a movement that defends all migrants. MPs supported the Tories’ proposed legislation by 351 to 252 votes on Monday night.
After almost five years, someone has finally been convicted for the horrific murder of Palestinian toddler Ali Dawabsheh. But his murderers have still got what they wanted.
We cannot go back to the same old housing crisis—something has to change
Just a few short weeks ago home secretary Priti Patel was showering praise on migrants working in health and social care. Their “extraordinary contribution” would be recognised she said while hinting that the huge fees they must pay to use the NHS would be “reviewed”.
Call centre workers are risking their lives on a “dangerous frontline” in the coronavirus crisis. A new report says that, “Without exaggeration the severity of the hazards from Covid-19 and the effects on these workers make for shocking reading.”