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Asylum seekers held at an ex-army camp in Kent have protested against the appalling conditions they’ve been kept in during the Covid-19 pandemic
Black and Asian people have died from coronavirus in disproportionate numbers because of disastrous Tory policies and systematic racism. And now it’s emerged that NHS England hadn’t even been counting how many had have been vaccinated.
Environmental activists on Wednesday were defying police attempts to remove them in central London
The Tory government has slammed the door shut on unaccompanied child refugees trying to make it to safety in Britain.
The new contract means an hourly rate 15 percent lower than agreed rates
Six prisoners are dying a week in English and Welsh prisons—nearly one a day.
British Gas workers took to picket lines and organised protests on their ninth day of strikes on Friday.
Issa Amro spoke to Socialist Worker about what his case reveals about Israel’s military occupation in the West Bank
Melanie Strickland, one of the Stansted 15, told Socialist Worker, 'It feels great to win. It’s been nearly four years since the action, I thought it would never end.'
Fat cats lost out after Reddit users bought up shares in a failing firm, but gambling on the stock market offers nothing to ordinary people, say Isabel Ringrose and Simon Basketter
Boris Johnson has said that schools in England could fully reopen from 8 March. But Johnson said this would depend “on lots of things going right”.
Workers at a dangerously overcrowded government workplace in Swansea have said they are ready to strike over safety.
Unite union members were set to walk out from Tuesday this week and continue the action until Tuesday next week.
Government figures have revealed that a record-high number of children in youth custody are black
A five-day strike is set to hit Brighton university from Monday of next week.
Workers’ action has taken fire and rehire off the table at British Airways cargo.
High street giant Wilko is disgracefully planning to cut sick pay for tens of thousands of its workers.
The need for radical change in Scotland was highlighted by the Scottish government’s budget plans set out last Thursday.
Every trade unionist should support the strikers and invite speakers to online union meetings.
Striking porters at Heartlands hospital in Birmingham are livid after being told they will be sacked this week—unless they sign new, worse contracts
Farmers’ protests across India have been a massive blow to the ruling hard right BJP party.
'A draconian new law amounts to the torture of pregnant women and is a reminder for us all that our rights are never set in stone'
Alexei Navalny supporters are on the streets but have no more to offer working people than Vladimir Putin
A coalition of far right thugs, police and government ministers are out to smash the Indian farmers’ movement.
Farcical aspects aside, the row over the European Union’s vaccine supplies reveals the inability of the present system to manage the Covid-19 pandemic.
There are fears that some black people will reject the Covid-19 vaccine. Socialist Worker looks at how abhorrent treatment at the hands of the state and doctors is to blame
US bombers flew over the Persian Gulf—close to Iran—last week, while American soldiers are to be sent to new bases in preparation for war.
A decade ago images of protests in Tahrir Square shook the world. Workers took the revolution to the next level, explains Sadie Robinson
A group of mainly black single mothers at Prospect House face pollution, unsafe homes, rodent infestations—and now the risk of homelessness. Residents told Isabel Ringrose that racism worsens their appalling treatment. Pictures by Guy Smallman
It’s a Sin is both a joyful celebration of self expression—and an angry tribute to those whose lives were betrayed by homophobia
In this new Netflix documentary, a timeline of events unfold during the period of the “crack epidemic” which began in the early 1980s in US cities.
The Tories want us to think that a full and safe return to workplaces and schools is just around the corner. It's a lie.
Western politicians love to demand democracy—but only where it suits them.
Comrades will be saddened to hear of the sudden death of Gerry Lecointe, at the tragically young age of 56.
I work in a shipyard and we’ve been open throughout the Covid-19 lockdown.
Less than £12,000 of a £40 million fund set up to compensate Chagos islanders who were forcibly evicted from their home by the British government has reached those living here.