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As millions of people fear for their jobs, bankers and bosses celebrated a bonanza on the stock market.
Health workers rally against the Tory pay insult in towns and cities across Britain.
The police are trying to intimidate Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists away from protests.
Algorithms aren’t neutral or simply technical. They are based on assumptions and views about people as individuals and as classes.
On Friday, The Tories ramped up their drive to get people back to offices with a mixture of contrived compassion and thinly-veiled threats. Their demand for a return to work and school has only to do with profits.
Climate change protesters with Extinction Rebellion (XR) are staging protests in towns and cities across Britain over the weekend, ahead of a new International Rebellion.
A corrupt detective turned supergrass whose claims against Scotland Yard led to the second Stephen Lawrence inquiry is being probed for perjury.
The Black Lives Matter that burst onto the streets in the wake of the police murder of George Floyd has not gone away
Schools don’t have enough money to protect children and staff against coronavirus. Yet the Tories want schools across England to begin fully reopening from this week.
A protest in London demanded ‘freedom’ but it gave the far right an opportunity to organise, says Isabel Ringrose
Fines of up to £10,000 have been issued to people organising raves in England and Wales.
Art workers protested outside the National Theatre in London last Saturday against more than 1,000 “callous” job cuts.
Local newspaper journalists in Warwickshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands launched a second round of strikes on Tuesday of this week.
Under remote signing on, drivers would not report to a depot but would meet their bus and begin work at a location such as a bus stop
A former senior Labour Party official has admitted to undermining left wing leader Jeremy Corbyn during the 2017 general election campaign.
Some 85,000 people could die from Covid-19 in Britain this winter, according to a leaked government report.
Extinction Rebellion kicked off ten days of protests with defiant action in London, Cardiff and Manchester
Protests have swept Kenosha, Wisconsin, after a far right gunman shot down protesters against police violence.
The Black Lives Matter movement continues to inspire millions of Americans to take action. Thousands of marchers descended on Washington’s National Mall on Friday to demand racial justice and to mourn black Americans killed by racist police.
Belarusian ruler Aleksander Lukashenko is trying to wear down the opposition movement through arrests, sackings and intimidation.
Israeli tanks shelled the Gaza Strip last Sunday as part of a continuing assault on the besieged Palestinian enclave.
South Korean socialist Jang Ho-jong says the state bears the responsibilty for increased infections
There is a scramble going on to grab the gas reserves in the north eastern Mediterranean. Competition over energy is interwoven with the growing struggle for dominance in a Middle East thrown into chaos
50 years ago Salvador Allende was elected Chile’s president. A US-backed coup overthrew him three years later. But, writes Sophie Squire, there were deeper problems than the US and the military that helped turn hope into horror
Isabel Ringrose tells the terrible truth about the British Empire that Boris Johnson expects us to salute
Waves of rebellions—from on ships to at plantations—were central to ending slavery.
The worst of times produced the best of soul, says BBC documentary Soul America
Think Hot Fuzz but set in Australia and not as good, and that’s Two Heads Creek.
President Donald Trump’s response to the murder of two anti-racist protesters was to support the killer.
On 11 August, I along with thousands of other workers at Debenhams, was made redundant. The primary emotion that all of us are feeling is shock, but we are also angry.
As the year’s biggest cycling event begins Nick Clark investigates if such sporting events can be safe in the Covid-19 pandemic