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Hundreds of thousands of protesting farmers on tractors were fighting their way into the Indian capital New Delhi as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
Thousands of British Gas workers are preparing for another week of strikes in their fight against bosses’ fire and rehire plans.
Over 500 people discussed how to take forward the “fight for safety, jobs and survival” at the People Before Profit (PBP) national activists’ meeting on Sunday
Around 50 scaffolders began a 48-hour strike over pay on Monday at British Steel’s Scunthorpe plant in Lincolnshire.
Workers are “scared” of catching Covid-19 in a major government office where more than 500 people have caught the virus thanks to uncaring bosses.
A woman has won a legal challenge against the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) over its childcare benefit rules.
A new disciplinary hearing is set to go ahead over the death in London, while campaigners in Cardiff keep fighting for Mohamud Hassan
Years of NHS cuts and Tory mismanagement of the pandemic are slowing down efforts to vaccinate people in one of the areas hardest hit by Covid-19.
Porters at Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham are preparing to strike next week.
A new survey has exposed the lie that the Tories’ racist immigration controls have popular support
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has announced a new plan to supposedly take forward the push for independence.
More college and university workers are moving towards fights to stop job cuts.
Floods have caused misery across many parts of Britain as hundreds of homes have been severely damaged or destroyed.
The government has announced a new regulator for construction products following evidence at the Grenfell Tower Inquiry—but campaigners say it’s not nearly enough.
Coronavirus outbreaks are hitting workplaces every day as the Tories’ latest lockdown fails to keep working class people safe.
Black and Asian workers have been hit the most by job cuts during the pandemic.
Doctors and healthcare workers have warned that plans for a new tunnel under the Thames will be an “assault on health” for some of the poorest people in London
Thousands of people in Tunisia have defied a state crackdown to protest against unemployment and poverty.
After masses of ordinary Egyptian people had seen off the cops and burned down police stations, the army appeared on the streets.
French president Emmanuel Macron said last week that France would offer “no repentance or apologies” for the colonisation of Algeria or the eight-year war it waged against Algerian independence, in which perhaps a million people died.
Donald Trump has left the White House but debates over his legacy will rage on. Isabel Ringrose looks at how socialists should understand his time in office
The rollout of Covid-19 vaccination programmes helps governments claim they are in control of the coronavirus pandemic. But the vaccine isn’t for everyone—the poorest are being left behind. And ultimately the scheming of powerful states and pharmaceutical firms put everyone at risk
This new BBC4 documentary by producer Questlove looks at six seminal tracks. The first is a reminder of some of Kanye West’s best work, writes Sarah Bates
Bamous—a new BBC comedy show—is a cleverly constructed satire of attitudes towards black people within the BBC and wider society.
Unemployment figures on Tuesday showed the continuing jobs slaughter.
Labour’s leaders see their party members as an embarrassment—and now want to be able to block them from standing as candidates in elections.
Richard Drax, MP for South Dorset, is the richest parliamentarian in Britain.