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Death has become a regular experience for Emily and her colleagues at Homerton Hospital in east London.
Bosses of Britain’s biggest companies have taken more in the first three days of this week than their average workers earn in a year
Centrica, British Gas’s parent company, wants to cut pay, terms and conditions by firing workers and rehiring them on the worse contracts
Early years workers are resisting Tory plans to force them into unsafe workplaces.
While the NHS lurches deeper into crisis, private health care for the rich is cashing in.
Revolutionaries debated the political situation and how to shape it at the 2021 Socialist Workers Party conference
After nine weeks of strikes, workers at the Rolls-Royce factory in Barnoldswick, Lancashire, were voting this week on a possible deal to end the action.
Scottish further education (FE) workers have revolted over safety.
The majority of Scottish nurses are willing to strike due to being “burnt out and undervalued” and suffering from bullying during the coronavirus crisis.
Mohamud Mohammed Hassan was arrested at his home in Cardiff last Friday, released without charge on Saturday morning and died on Saturday night
Socialists in the Unison union were feeling encouraged after left candidate Paul Holmes delivered a strong result in the general secretary election
The racist Brexit Party was officially renamed as Reform UK last week
Landlords now have the power to evict tenants for not paying rent during lockdown
Socialists in the United States are vowing to double down on their efforts to stamp on the fascist and racist threat
A sinister collection of Trump supporters, far right conspiracy theorists and outright fascists were in the crowd that broke in the US Capitol building. There is no doubt Nazis were at the core.
The victory of two Democrat senators in the southern state of Georgia has tipped the scales in Joe Biden’s favour just before he becomes president.
The latest outrage shows that the so-called ‘two-state solution’ is a sham, says Nick Clark
Monday marked one year since the first Covid-19 death in Wuhan, China.
The mobilisation in Washington DC by far right protesters on Wednesday should be a spur to working class struggle
The latest lockdown legislation brings in worrying assaults on protest rights
A court decision earlier this month blocking WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange from being extradited to the United States is a blow to imperialism.
Those at the top of society tell workers that they have no power. Sadie Robinson looks at recent school stoppages and says that workers can halt the assaults on ordinary people
Using newly revealed documents, MLK/FBI delves into how the US ruling class sought to undermine the Civil Rights movement
Michael Crowley tells a story of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants fleeing war, poverty, domestic violence and other horrors crossing continents to try to find a better life
This is a brilliant album from the East Midlands two-piece Sleaford Mods
Every action from the Tories rams home that the class divide runs through the whole approach to the virus.
The people at the top are actively punishing those who draw attention to the scale of the emergency
In an appearance on TV’s Good Morning Britain last week Keir Starmer voiced his support for emergency legislation to deal with anti-vaxxer campaigns.
Previously, South Kesteven district council had agreed to fund the event, due to be held in Grantham, Lincolnshire, this year.