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A storm of anger hit the Tories after they called for a paltry 1 percent pay rise for NHS workers—and it could lead to strikes
The Tories snubbed some of the most vulnerable people in society ahead of this week’s budget, as they continued to prioritise the rich.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s budget is Tory through and through. He promised a glut of tax cuts and giveaways for bosses and the rich—and threatened austerity for ordinary people in the future.
Bus strikes in Manchester and London continue to fight hard against bosses' attacks.
Openreach engineers have stepped up their picket lines for their second round of strikes against attacks on their pay and conditions.
British Gas strikers have voted overwhelmingly to continue their strikes against bosses’ fire and rehire plans and returned to the picket lines on Friday.
Over 20,000 London bus drivers have been advised to refuse to drive overcrowded buses because of coronavirus safety fears.
The Tories hit a storm of anger after recommending a paltry 1 percent pay rise for NHS workers on Wednesday—and the reaction could lead unions to strike.
Some estimates suggest that members wouldn’t even get back the money they put into the scheme.
A full return to schools and colleges in England this week will contribute to the deaths of tens of thousands more people by spreading Covid-19.
Manchester police have fined a nurse £10,000 for organising a protest against low pay in the NHS
US authorities were braced for protests as the jury selection began on Monday in the trial of a cop involved in the death of George Floyd.
The right to protest is under severe attack as the Tories ramp up the fining of protesters and look set to keep restrictions in place for months.
Workers were set to strike at the Coulport and Faslane naval bases on the Clyde from Friday this week.
Porters at Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham have returned to picket lines in a long running dispute over working conditions.
Workers at the University of East London were set to strike on Wednesday of this week, but the action was postponed
The campaign against deskilling in construction saw protests continue last week.
NEU union members at the group are fighting to defend victimised union rep John Boken
Education unions have rightly said the Tories’ “big bang” reopening of schools in England is reckless.
Thousands of people joined marches in the run-up to International Women’s Day across France last weekend.
Everyone is talking about debt. This is mainly because of the enormous amounts governments are borrowing to cover extra spending in responding to the pandemic.
Larissa Reisner fought to defend the Russian Revolution. Now a new translation of her reports brings that fight to life
The strength of the Egyptian Revolution pushed dictator Hosni Mubarak from his presidential position in just 18 days.
The rich who gained from slavery hope talking up their charitable investments will help them escape people’s anger. But as Isabel Ringrose argues, they grabbed obscene amounts of money through the slave trade and in compensation—and they should be forced to pay for it
It’s ten years since two disasters compromised one of the largest nuclear plants in the world. It showed that nuclear power can never be safe, says Martin Empson
Black, Asian and minority ethnic patients are dying in disproportionate numbers from Covid-19. Actor David Harewood felt compelled to discover the reasons why
The documentary Framing Britney Spears has lifted the lid on the ugly world of profit and exploitation behind the celebrity glamour
Boris Johnson keeps getting away with it. He’s been through scandal after scandal, and crisis after crisis, and still sits securely in Downing Street.
The latest royal scandal is being heralded as the biggest crisis the parasitical family has faced.
Catalonian struggles + International Working Women's Day + Trans rights + Anti-Traveller racism
Boris Johnson hopes to set up a charity to pay to refurbish his flat. Johnson apparently wants multimillionaire Tory peer Lord Brownlow to run it.