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The apparent police murder of Sarah Everard has lifted the lid on the foul, sexist system that we live in.
In a disgraceful verdict the High Court has refused to set aside the police ban on a Reclaim These Streets vigil on Clapham Common
Reports suggest that the majority of local councils will impose further cuts. They’re caused by decades of austerity, not Covid-19, argue Sadie Robinson and Charlie Kimber
The dominant Western powers have ganged up to prevent the World Trade Organisation (WTO) from lifting patent rules on Covid-19 vaccines.
A furious crowd confronted the cops in Clapham Common, south London, on Saturday. Protesters defied a ban to gather and pay their respects to Sarah Everard
What happened on Clapham Common on Saturday evening will be repeated, but more often and with more brutality if a new bill goes through parliament.
Rage against the sexist system returned to the streets on Sunday as around 4,000 people protested in central London
Strong bus strikes in London and Manchester continue to confront the bosses’ attacks on both conditions and pay.
Wayne Couzens is charged with the kidnapping and murder of Sarah Everard. He is a firearms officer from Scotland Yard’s elite Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command.
BT workers could be moving towards their first national strike since 1987 over planned job cuts and site closures.
National negotiations have now produced a joint statement which is seen as an important step forward, but it's not ratified
The campaign against deskilling in construction saw protests continue last week.
At a historic meeting of 185 NEU union activists on Saturday the NEU Left became a national membership organisation
Over 1,000 angry protesters raged through the streets of central London on Monday on the third night of protest against the sexist system
Anti-racists worldwide are preparing to mobilise in street protests and online rallies this Saturday.
Calls are growing louder for Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Cressida Dick to resign following the police’s violent handling of the Sarah Everard vigil last Saturday.
Thousands of workers at a major government workplace in Swansea have voted to strike against unsafe working conditions.
The scenes of police attacking protesters in Clapham sent the establishment into a mini meltdown.
Chants of “Kill the Bill” rang out in Parliament Square on Tuesday night. Thousands of people took to the streets against a new assault on the right to protest—as well as sexism and the police.
MPs have taken another step towards making it much harder for people to protest in Britain.
Taxi service Uber will now class its 70,000 drivers in Britain as workers with rights to the minimum wage, holiday pay and pensions.
Over 200 EIS union members at Forth Valley College, Scotland, began 18 days of strikes on Wednesday in an escalation of a dispute over jobs.
London United bus drivers in west and south London struck on Wednesday over attacks on pay
A lack of safeguarding in football allowed perpetrators of sexual abuse “to hide and use their positions to ruin the lives of many children”.
This is living proof that protesting against the Tories’ attempt to scapegoat refugees works
Cleaners rallied outside the University of East London (UEL) on Tuesday as part of their long-running fight against outsourcing and victimisation.
Refugees trapped in camps across Britain felt “depressed and hopeless at their circumstances”, according to the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration (ICBI).
Boris Johnson’s promise to deliver a “world-beating” test and trace scheme took yet another beating on Wednesday
Those facing charges or potential charges took part in demonstrations after the death of Mohamud Hassan
Health workers and their supporters showed their anger at the Tories 1 percent pay offer on Thursday by slow clapping in disgust.
Anti-racists have organised solidarity after vile Nazi graffiti appeared on buildings and places of worship in Edinburgh, Gravesend and Huntingdon.
British Gas workers began another solid four-day walkout on Friday in their long-running battle against fire and rehire.
Strikes and protests continue to defy the military in Myanmar, but the regime is lashing out ever more violently.
Myanmar’s murderous military regime imposed martial law in parts of the country on Monday, wiping out the last vestiges of democracy.
Mass demonstrations across Greece have defied police violence.
The total number of Covid-19 cases worldwide has now exceeded 120 million, with more than 2,670,000 dead.
Brazil suffers from a double affliction. With 270,000 Covid‑19 deaths it is second only to the US—although per head mortality is higher in Britain and other European countries.
The Paris Commune, where workers briefly took power and created the first workers’ government, was born 150 years ago this month.
Talk of industrial action is echoing around the NHS after the Tories’ offer of a 1 percent pay rise. Crucial health strikes of the past hold lessons for workers today
Fire and rehire is a weapon bosses are using to attack workers. Sophie Squire looks at why it’s being used
After the defeat of a revolution, there are always three reactions.
A new BBC documentary tells the history of anti-racist resistance in the 60s and 70s, featuring interviews with leading activists
The Dissident is the true story of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi Arabian journalist who walked into his country’s consul in Istanbul and disappeared.
The rage of women on the streets across Britain this week at the system and the police showed the state was losing control.
Just as the government says there’s no money for more than a 1 percent pay rise for NHS workers, it unveils a 40 percent increase in nuclear warheads. Its plan for war and waste, called the defence and foreign policy review, was unveiled on Tuesday.
I was not shocked to discover that recent research has found almost all young women in Britain have experienced sexual harassment.