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The Tories are preparing their latest attack on public sector workers.
Over 700,000 students across England are due to take exams next summer. They have suffered months of disruption because of the pandemic.
The Tories tried to deport John on the last Jamaica charter flight in February. Now he is scheduled to be removed on 2 December
The Socialist Workers Party has issued an open letter to socialists in the Labour Party.
Labour party leader Keir Starmer is holding Jeremy Corbyn to ransom as part of an all-out assault on the left in the party.
Workers at the Rolls‑Royce plant in Barnoldswick, Lancashire, are continuing their fight against bosses’ plans to slash 350 jobs.
Guards on Scotrail are preparing for their first day of strikes over abuse of disciplinary procedures.
Workers at bus manufacturer Optare, near Leeds, have upped the ante in the fight for higher pay.
Former employees at building cladding firm Celotex have admitted the company “manipulated” test results to compete with market rivals.
Bristol university has been forced to drop threats that those who take part in rent strikes will have their bursaries docked.
Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to announce a fresh public sector pay cap this week as part of new budget plans.
Workers at British Gas are to hold a strike ballot over the threat to fire and rehire 20,000 people.
Activists are calling for the release of human rights campaigners imprisoned by Egypt’s dictator Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
Jeremy Corbyn has been readmitted to the Labour Party after making another concession to right wing efforts to silence criticism of Israel.
The Tories have announced plans for a “green revolution” to combat climate catastrophe and help kickstart the economy after the pandemic.
Workers at Little Ilford school in east London began a two-day strike on Wednesday against plans that would damage the quality of education.
An official investigation has found that firms with political connections were ten times more likely to win contracts.
Over half of teachers in Britain have worked at a school with children who were or became homeless in the past three years, according to a new study.
Hull has become the worst-hit city by coronavirus in Britain. The week to 13 November saw 761 confirmed cases per 100,000 people. The second highest-hit place was Hartlepool, with 597.
Ethiopia is facing a civil war—but the chaos won’t be solved by imperialist powers, writes Charlie Kimber
Angry protesters took to the streets in Guatemala, Central America, last week.
Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam could be imprisoned for five years
Up to 37 people have been shot dead by police during anti-government protests
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Paris and other French cities in furious protests against a new security law
Prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis wants to introduce new legislation that would allow bosses to force through longer working hours with no increase in pay
Donald Trump's decision last week to cut back US troops in Afghanistan and Iraq was roundly denounced by what Barack Obama called the “blob”— the mainstream national security establishment, whether Republican or Democratic.
How did public funds meant to help us find a vaccine for coronavirus end up in the pockets of some of the richest corporations on the planet? And, why will billions of people still be without hope even when a vaccine emerges?
Keir Starmer is waging a war on the left in Labour. Nick Clark explains how the party’s structures and methods mean the left is always at the mercy of the right
Misbehaving recounts the 1970 Miss World protest in the words of those who made it happen
The third film in Steve McQueen’s series takes on the institutional racism that exists in the police
The Tories are driving ordinary people to risk their lives so bosses can keep chasing profits. Boris Johnson has unveiled the new tier system set to be in place when England exits national lockdown next week.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s spending review on Wednesday was set to assault every sector of workers. Leaks suggested he would not only curb pay for millions of public sector workers but also attack some of the lowest paid.
The right has continuously deemed left wing activists who criticise Israel and its oppressive actions towards Palestinians as antisemites.