Dated: 14 Jul 2020
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Vast bailouts are being gifted to the bosses to boost the economy. But this won’t stop businesses from cutting jobs and the wages of workers
Sunak’s Summer Statement was a mix of ineffectual half-measures and attacks on the working class
“Systemic failings” by the health service have ruined the lives of untold numbers of women and their children
It’s a shame there’s no invisibility cloak to throw at transphobic authors
Protests across Britain show there is still anger more than a month after the Black Lives Matter movement erupted over the murder of George Floyd by police.
The Tories’ new points-based system comes alongside brutal attacks on refugees, writes Sophie Squire
Figures released last week suggest that new infections are on the rise in dozens of towns and cities across Britain
Workers in Leicester were pushed to work in unsafe conditions for less than the minimum wage during the pandemic
Members of the construction safety campaign organised a protest at the site of a crane collapse in east London last week.
Activists in the UCU union are organising to reject an offer on long-running disputes over pay, contracts, workload and equality.
A campaign by the United Voices of the World (UVW) union has won at the Ministry of Justice, (MOJ) after bosses announced that its cleaners would receive full pay if self-isolating or ill.
Local councils across England plan swingeing cuts in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Council workers in east London are preparing for three days of strikes against a bullying management determined to undermine their terms and conditions.
Hundreds of workers at the Nissan car plant in Sunderland protested on Saturday against attacks on their pension scheme.
More than 60,000 workers were sacked or put at risk of redundancy last week. Some industry experts predict that as many as 250,000 people could be made redundant.
Fire safety concerns relating to Grenfell Tower were ignored, an inquiry into the 2017 fire has heard.
A coalition of trade unions and campaign groups in the US is organising a “strike for black lives,” set for Monday 20 July.
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.
The World Health Organisation recorded a record number of global cases on Sunday.
The police are to face a review into allegations of racial profiling. They must be found guilty
Donald Trump’s reaction to the two major crises in US politics has been to play to the most racist, reactionary sections of society. But it doesn’t look like it’s working for him.
'Tell the world the facts,' said Wells as she unmasked US racism
Some 1,500 workers in east London are standing up to a bullying Labour council hellbent on making their lives worse. Sarah Bates spoke to strikers about why workers are angry, what’s at stake and why solidarity matters
Antony Hamilton weighs in on Alexander Hamilton
There’s enough surprise and pay-off to keep you hooked throughout, while taking aim at corporate crime and the underbelly of society
Here’s a forensic look at some of the big moments of Keir Starmer’s first 100 days as Labour leader.
The government has announced that wearing face masks in shops will be compulsory in England from 24 July.
It is with tears and sadness that we have to announce the death of our comrade, Nick Jackson, from a long battle with brain cancer.
‘Coisa de viado’
The government has refused to identify and contact women who could have missed out on over £100 million in state pension payments.