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Widespread fury over the exams degrading scandal has forced the Tories into a humiliating U-turn
Resistance to Belarusian president Aleksander Lukashenko’s regime is growing in the streets and workplaces.
Poor people are in a food crisis—with many showing “early signs” of malnutrition.
The downgrading of student A-Level results across England and Wales is a disgraceful attack that has to be resisted.
Workers in east London have fired the opening shot in the latest round of council strikes.
Students marched in central London on Friday demanding that Tory education secretary Gavin Williamson resign. They chanted 'No Tories, no cheats, no Eton elites'.
Overpriced, pre-packaged sandwiches shouldn’t be a matter of life and death, but for Greencore factory workers that could be the case.
Jordi Cuixart, president of the biggest pro-independence organisation in Catalonia, was interviewed by David Karvala, just as the Spanish Supreme Court sent Cuixart back to prison after a short period of parole in his nine-year sentence for organising protests
The government’s estimate of the number of people in England who have died from coronavirus was last week reduced by more than 5,000—leading to a wave of suspicion that it was an attempt to manipulate the figures.
Workers in east London finished their latest round of strikes by marching to demand the Labour council call off their attacks.
Britain is heading for unemployment levels “not seen since the Great Depression of the 1930s”, a think tank has warned. It comes after the economy officially entered a recession.
Paul Holmes is winning wide support on a platform of pushing for a fighting and member-led union
UCU union members held protests and an online rally on Thursday of last week over job cuts.
Angry PCS union members at the Tate galleries in London launched a strike on Tuesday against over 300 job cuts. The redundancies target those who work for Tate Commerce in shops, restaurants and publishing across all of the Tate galleries.
Health workers plan rallies outside hospitals across Britain on Wednesday of next week to demand a pay rise.
At least 1,072 refugees have been left to die at sea by the Greek coastguard since March this year. The Greece government follows the same racist logic as Boris Johnson
Anthony Horowitz’s latest crime thriller, Moonflower Murders, hides its clues in a second story. The device increases the intrigue, says Sadie Robinson
The Belarusian president Aleksander Lukashenko was fighting for the survival of his regime on Monday.
For decades Arab rulers’ betrayals have allowed Israel to grab more Palestinian land under the guise of a “peace process”.
When nine black teenagers were falsely accused of raping two white women in the US Deep South in 1931, most expected they’d suffer the death sentence. But, says Judy Cox, they’d reckoned without the Communist Party
Job losses aren’t just about coronavirus. Sarah Bates says we need to fight for jobs and against a system that destroys them
Class is trashing the lives of hundreds of thousands of students. The downgrading of swathes of A-Level students’ grades in England and Wales has exposed how the system operates to keep working class people in check.
William Cuffay was one of the most prominent leaders of the working class movement in 19th century Britain.
She said, 'Today if our brothers can enlist in the war of independence, we too the women should be allowed to do the same'
Away is a film from the prodigious Gints Zilbalodis, who wrote, designed, animated and scored the whole thing himself.
The government has not conquered coronavirus, and its failed policies are increasing the risk of a deadly second wave.
Students have taught all of us a lesson in class war. Protest gets results.
The super-rich are buying citizenship in countries with lower coronavirus rates in order to protect their health.
As Democrats pick corporate favourite Joe Biden as their presidential candidate to face Donald Trump, Sophie Squire says hope lies outside the party machine