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Boris Johnson announced a new three-tier lockdown system for England on Monday in his latest attempt to control the virus.
The leaders of Greek Nazi party Golden Dawn, have been found guilty of forming and running a criminal organisation. The verdict is a result of the relentless pressure from the anti-fascist movement
The Church of England created a culture that allowed child sexual abuse to fester, a report has found
Treetop activists remain determined to halt the destruction of ancient woodlands along the route of the HS2 high speed railway.
The latest British Social Attitudes survey has found “record lows” in the level of trust and confidence in the government.
The jobs slaughter is gathering pace.
Cineworld workers are “numb and angry” after they woke up to headlines that the cinema chain was closing.
Students and university workers have called a day of action for Friday 16 October to defend jobs and safety. It comes as Covid-19 continues to spread rapidly in university accommodation across the country.
Two years before George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, Kevin Clarke—a 35 year old black man—died after contact with police in Catford, south London.
Activists are gearing up for the Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) international conference scheduled for this weekend.
Migrants’ rights groups protested against Britain’s brutal immigration system last weekend as they marked the ten year anniversary of Jimmy Mubenga’s death.
London bus workers were furious last week as driver Kofi Opoku died from Covid-19.
Workers on the Caledonian Sleeper overnight train service staged a solid 48-hour strike from Sunday, to demand bosses take health and safety seriously.
Royal Mail workers are in revolt over a management decision to bring back shared delivery vans. The CWU union described the move as “reckless”.
Child sex abuse victims of Greville Janner have been barred from giving live evidence to the public inquiry into the former Labour MP.
Hundreds of people in Portsmouth and the surrounding area joined protests last Saturday over the Aquind cable project.
Workers in the UVW union at a Service to the Aged (Sage) care home in north London are balloting for strikes.
The US government is helping farm bosses to cut their workers’ wages in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
Activists are celebrating after Golden Dawn has been declared a criminal organisation, writes Panos Garganas from Athens
Austria’s fascist Freedom Party suffered heavy losses in regional elections in the capital Vienna on Sunday.
Over three million workers in South Africa’s four largest trade union federations held a national strike on Wednesday of last week.
Tensions between the Turkish and Greek governments were again ratcheted up last week.
There are three things to understand about Donald Trump at present. The first is that he may be incoherent and self-obsessed, but he’s not a fool.
Chinua Achebe transformed African writing. He was born in 1930 in Nigeria, at the time a British colony.
Some scientists are debating whether herd immunity is the best way to control coronavirus spread. But Dr Jonathan Fluxman told Sadie Robinson that this method means sacrificing the vulnerable
With a new film, The Trial of the Chicago 7, now in cinemas, Yuri Prasad examines how the events were a blow for the US establishment set on crushing an anti-war movement
The star-studded drama can’t quite decide what kind of film it wants to be. But Simon Basketter says it’s enjoyable watching it try to work it out
This award winning film investigates gentrification in Brixton, south London,
Coronavirus has highlighted deep class divisions across British society. But for the mainstream press in England, the divide is between the North and South.
Unemployment is soaring and average pay is falling. Millions of Britain’s poorest households could see their incomes cut by £20 a week from April, when a temporary rise in Universal Credit is due to expire.
Finally graduating from university after three years is an overwhelming feeling.
Greensill Capital has recently provided tens of millions of pounds of British government-guaranteed loans to two companies that employ just 11 people.