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The Tory government is wrecking working class people’s futures, and gambling with their lives.
Anna Feuchtwang from End Child Poverty said Boris Johnson should stop “resorting to his own inaccurate statistics” and admit the true scale of child poverty
Postal workers’ demands for safety were ignored at a major Royal Mail workplace where more than 20 people have caught coronavirus.
Students and workers are preparing for a day of action on Friday as cases of Covid-19 continue to soar in universities across Britain.
Higher education workers are organising to defend safety and jobs as coronavirus tears through universities
Cleaning workers at Facebook’s head office in London have told Socialist Worker that bosses are “taking advantage of the pandemic to cut jobs and workers’ hours”.
In Manchester students gathered and then walked down the road, holding flares and blocking traffic.
Anti-racists in Britain celebrated blows to fascist parties in Greece, Slovakia and Austria at an international conference that began on Saturday.
The latest IPSOS MORI opinion poll on Scottish Independence has record numbers in favour, with 58 percent saying they would vote for a break from Britain.
The Domestic Abuse Bill currently going through parliament can’t solve the problem of victim’s housing—and that’s a huge problem, says Isabel Ringrose
Andy Burnham has wanted to be Labour Party leader for most of his career. He stood in two leadership elections and failed both times.
Migrants denied NHS services under racist immigration rules had to wait an average of 37 weeks for treatment, according to a damning new report.
The infection rate among secondary school pupils rose by more than in any other age group since September.
Fuel tanker drivers employed by Hoyer Petrolog UK have overwhelmingly voted for strikes over job cuts.
London’s Met Police has decided that evidence captured by cops’ body ¬cameras will not be routinely released—because the evidence is too damning.
The revolt in Belarus is at a crossroads after more than two months of mass protests and strikes against president Aleksander Lukashenko
Health workers across France organised protests on Thursday against conditions that have left them on the brink of collapse.
The amazing demonstrations in Thailand against the military junta and the monarchy in the past few days show how far the movement has developed.
After almost a year of an unelected right wing government backed by the US, the people of Bolivia have voted to remove the coup regime.
After the appointment of anti-choice judge Amy Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court, Sarah Bates looks at why opposing abortion is a defining issue for the right
Weak and nasty” has been a good description of all Tory governments since the fall of Margaret Thatcher nearly 30 years ago. None fit this description better than Boris Johnson’s administration.
The world’s billionaires have amassed a fortune of £7.8 trillion through tax scams, inherited wealth—and the hard work of others.
Does online learning leave students short-changed? As more and more virus-hit universities suspend face to face teaching, it can seem like students are getting a worse education.
A new book tells the remarkable stories of the International Brigades who fought fascism in Spain. It’s a fascinating part of the Civil War
The long-feared knock at the door finally came at around 10pm. Outside the Nazi Gestapo, together with a dozen SS soldiers, barked and cheered knowing that they had got their man.
The Tories’ response to the impact of the pandemic on the arts has been predictably brutal—but artists are fighting back, writes Mark Brown
Rocks is a teenager struggling to take care of herself and her younger brother Emmanuel after her mum leaves them suddenly.
“The Truth is, I had given up.”
The murder and beheading of teacher Samuel Paty in France last week was appalling. It must not be used to deepen Islamophobia and racism.
The Tories’ new guidance on shielding means there’s pressure on people to return to work.
Outsourcing firm Serco has announced its profits are set to soar after being paid to operate NHS Test and Trace in England.