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People in the US and other parts of the world have protested against him from the moment he won four years ago. Now, he is on his way out.
Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced that the furlough scheme will be extended across Britain until the end of March.
Students say they have been treated with contempt by the authorities during the pandemic
Workers in Lancashire have begun three weeks of strikes to save hundreds of jobs.
The Grenfell Tower Inquiry heard further evidence this week that profit and commercial priorities were more important than safety.
The horrific effects of catastrophic climate change become clearer by the day.
The RMT union’s annual general meeting (AGM) saw the resignation of the general secretary after a rebuff by delegates.
Planned strikes at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh have been called off after bosses backed down.
After weeks of insisting that the meals would only be provided in term time, the government has said it will provide them during holidays too.
Facebook cleaning workers who work for the outsourcing company To Go have won the London living wage off the back of protests.
Routine NHS care is being delayed in an attempt to cope with the devastating second Covid-19 spike.
The Tories are risking lives by keeping schools and colleges open—and are undermining the latest coronavirus lockdown.
Eviction bans and a government scheme claiming to house homeless people during the pandemic are failing ordinary people.
A French education union has called a national strike for next Tuesday to enforce coronavirus safety in schools.
Starting with action against police violence, many protesters are now targeting the vagabonds in power (VIPs)
Hundreds of people are feared dead after Tropical Storm Eta ripped through Central America and Mexico.
A win for Joe Biden has meant that liberals and progressive groups were galvanised.
In the wake of the Joe Biden's election win, activists and trade unionists in the US spoke to Socialist Worker about what the election means - and what the tasks are for activists now.
He claims to support some Palestinian rights, but the president-elect is certainly no friend to ordinary people in the region, says Nick Clark
What role will vice president-elect Kamala Harris play in the new government?
Sophie Squire examines why there isn’t a party of the working class, and argues that activists should fight for a revolutionary project
Win or lose, Donald Trump has upended the politics of the United States.
One hundred years ago miners went on strike in Alabama, in the US Deep South. Tomáš Tengely-Evans spoke to historian Brian Kelly about how their action helped to challenge the hold of racial segregation
Keir Starmer’s suspension of Jeremy Corbyn and the war on the left has sparked arguments about whether the Labour Party is really a vehicle for change. Here members—and some of those who have left in response to the attacks—tell Nick Clark how the witch hunt has changed the party
Tana French, author of the Dublin Murder Squad series, is back with a brilliant standalone novel
This horror film follows a couple, Rial and Bol Majur, who have escaped from the civil war in South Sudan to a small English town
Covid-19 isn’t over, but news of a seemingly successful vaccine trial has prompted a flurry of hope that an end may be in sight. But control by private firms will be disastrous.
The Tories are in trouble. Their lockdown is unlikely to significantly cut coronavirus cases as it leaves key areas of transmission, such as schools, open.
One of my young family members was in prison a while ago. During our visit we were treated like prisoners ourselves—made to wait endlessly in the shabby, dirty facilities.
Parliament and the press fumed with growing paranoia as the revolts of 1968 entered Britain.