Dated: 06 Oct 2020
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Official cases of coronavirus in Britain shot up last weekend after a failure in the Tories’ test and trace system.
A coalition of Labour MPs, trade unionists, campaigners and socialists have called for a “fightback to demand ordinary people won’t pay for the crisis”.
Some two in five of the world’s plant species stand at risk of extinction because of climate and ecological chaos, a new report has revealed.
A hospital in the South Wales Valleys has stopped operations amid an outbreak of 82 new coronavirus cases linked to the site.
Students have occupied more than 700 schools across Greece, forcing them to close, in protest at the unsafe push to return.
Striking rehab workers from Wigan and Leigh took their fight for equal pay to We Are With You’s headquarters in central London on Thursday.
Millions of vulnerable people are facing a terrifying winter as they struggle to get flu vaccines that could mean the difference between life and death.
Anti-racists staged a protest outside Downing Street against proposed Tory plans to ramp up repression against refugees.
As Covid-19 outbreaks in universities spread across Britain, students and staff are gearing up for a fightback against universities who have put profits before safety.
French president Emmanuel Macron has launched a brutal islamophobic assault. He described Islam as “a religion in crisis all over the world today that is corrupted by radical forms”.
Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak’s pro-business measures will not stop millions of people facing the threat of mass unemployment this autumn.
Workers at We Are With You rehab service in Wigan and Leigh ended their two-week strike last week. But the battle is far from over.
Workers at the Tate galleries have voted to suspend their strike.
Railway workers began their first 48-hour strike for safe working conditions on the Caledonian Sleeper last Sunday.
Most people in Britain won’t be vaccinated for coronavirus when a vaccine becomes available.
The full horror wreaked upon care homes during coronavirus has been revealed by a new Amnesty International report.
A wave of anger at police, politicians and caste violence has spread across India after four upper-caste men allegedly raped and murdered a low-caste Dalit woman.
The political disarray the pandemic is causing in Britain and the United States has made the European Union (EU) look good by comparison.
Frank Crichlow “first came into contact with Notting Hill police station” after he opened a cafe in west London in 1959. He was to become an icon of resistance to the cops’ repression for the rest of his life.
An Institute of Race Relations report published last week showed how school sets up poorer black boys in particular for a life of exclusion.
With Turkey and Greece the closest to conflict than they have been in years Nick Clark explains why Cyprus has been such a focus point for imperialist powers, especially Britain
Large numbers of offshore workers want green industries and jobs. They can deliver change—but they are ignored by those at the top, reports Sarah Bates
Isabel Ringrose looks at Donald Trump’s four years in the White House, and examines the way in which his every move has been met with a fight from below
The Rhino Conspiracy by Peter Hain follows a veteran of the anti-apartheid struggle taking on corruption in the governing elite
Fans have been waiting for Public Enemy to drop their new album What you Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down? since they returned to the Def Jam label
Gary Haggarty, a member of the pro-British paramilitary organisation the Ulster Volunteer Force in Northern Ireland, worked as a paid agent of Special Branch cops.
The Tories have repeatedly tried to scapegoat ordinary people to avoid responsibility for their own mishandling of the pandemic.
Bob Batts died suddenly and unexpectedly on 28 September, aged 66. His partner of 40 years, Brenda, was with him.
Home Secretary Priti Patel’s proposal to dump asylum seekers on the remote volcanic outcrop of Ascension Island is mimicking Australia’s racist refugee policy.
Eight people have died at a Glasgow hotel used to shelter the homeless during lockdown.