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Don’t listen to the noise coming from the Treasury, the Tories are doing their best to hammer workers into the ground.
Scenes of resistance erupted on the streets of Tower Hamlets on Wednesday as council workers across the borough struck to defend their jobs.
The number of people out of work in Britain has soared by nearly 650,000, according to new figures. The figure does not include the estimated 9.4 million jobs that have been furloughed on the government’s “job retention” scheme.
Striking council workers in east London concluded their second round of strikes on Friday with defiant picket lines and a vow to keep on fighting.
The introduction of the Terrorism Act 2000 created a “racist, fear-based environment” argues a new report from human rights group Cage.
The leaderships of the three biggest trade unions in Britain are up for election—and there will be an intensified debate about class struggle and resistance.
A report, carried out by parliament’s intelligence and security committee, showed links with the Russian rich.
The Labour Party is desperate to prove it can be right wing over accusations of Russian interference and the West’s trade war with China.
As Boris Johnson pushes to reopen all workplaces, Sarah Bates exposes the myths that tell us it’s safe to return
Centrica, The owner of British Gas, will tell thousands of workers to accept new conditions, including no extra overtime pay, or risk losing their jobs.
Around 60 people joined an All Under One Banner demonstration at the Scottish parliament on Monday.
Around 100 people gathered in Carmarthen in west Wales last Saturday to demand the toppling of the town’s Picton monument.
Hospitality workers in the Unite union held a socially-distanced “Save our Jobs” protest on Tuesday of this week.
The Australian state of Victoria recorded 363 new coronavirus cases on Saturday amid growing anger at how the authorities are failing to protect people.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) recorded two consecutive record daily increases in coronavirus cases across the globe on Friday and Saturday.
Mass demonstrations, strikes and consistent campaigning have forced the French government to give a pay rise to health workers.
Workers’ action on Monday showed the anger at racism and poor conditions, says Sophie Squire
The Tories last week announced the removal of Chinese technology firm Huawei from Britain’s new 5G network
Under the cover of coronavirus, the Tories have used the real need to stock up on personal protective equipment and other much needed supplies to hand over billions of pounds to private companies. Tomáš Tengely-Evans investigates
To be a black revolutionary in the US in the early 1970s was to accept the likelihood of prison or death. Assata Shakur, who was born JoAnne Deborah Bryon, knew the risks and faced both.
A report into alleged antisemitism in the Labour Party will be used as another way to push back activists, says Nick Clark
The Comintern met for the second time 100 years ago. Simon Basketter looks at how the debates there help us to understand and challenge the capitalist system today
Mike Skinner’s return showcases brilliant musical talent, but None of Us Are Getting Out of This Life Alive is not as sharp lyrically
Stateless begins with the rarely-told story of the horrific journey refugees go through to seek safety
British politicians have suddenly discovered they’re passionate defenders of human rights again.
SWP member Allan worked at Wallington sorting office where he took his role as CWU trade union rep very seriously
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte finally passed the dangerous new anti-terror bill into law this month.
There were those who thought a year of Boris Johnson as prime minister would spell disaster.
A sharp increase in coronavirus cases has taken Blackburn back to the brink of lockdown, and some have a racist solution.