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The establishment has reacted with horror to the furious protest that erupted in Bristol on Sunday. Around 5,000 people joined a demonstration against the new Tory police bill that would make it much harder for people to protest.
A call to unite and resist the Tories’ protest-smashing Police Bill went out from an online meeting
Some English care homes have imposed blanket “do not resuscitate” orders on residents during the pandemic—without their knowledge or consent.
Extraordinary events have rocked Further Education in Scotland in the national dispute over the replacement of lecturers by instructors
Anti-racist protests, rallies and online events were scheduled in at least 19 countries this weekend for the #WorldAgainstRacism days of action.
Anti-racists in towns and cities across Britain came out on Saturday to show resistance to racism.
The clock is ticking for British Gas workers on strike as the threat of being fired and rehired could become reality on 31 March.
Over 1,000 people tuned in to Stand Up To Racism’s (SUTR) #WorldAgainstRacism online rally on Saturday.
There are more signs this week that health unions are serious about fighting for decent pay.
Workers at aerospace parts firm SPS Technologies in Leicester struck on Monday over fire and rehire cuts that will cost them up to £3,000 a year.
Protests in Cardiff, South Wales, continue to demand justice for Mohamud Hassan who died following contact with police.
Billionaire tax dodgers and other states have claimed millions of pounds from the Tories’ furlough scheme
Over 400 people joined the first online assembly of Now Scotland
Workers at Shrewsbury Colleges Group planned a three-day strike on Tuesday in defence of victimised NEU union rep John Boken.
Over 400 workers at Go North West in Greater Manchester remain on all‑out and indefinite strike.
Cleaning workers at the La Retraite Roman Catholic Girls’ school in south London celebrated after strikes forced bosses to concede better pay and conditions.
The Tory government looked set to launch a takeover of Labour‑controlled Liverpool City Council on Wednesday of this week.
The Court of Appeal has been forced to admit some particles of the truth about one of the greatest injustices ever imposed on striking workers in Britain.
Thousands of people have joined protests across the US and Canada to show their rage following the shooting of eight people in Atlanta, Georgia, six of whom were Asian women.
For a fourth time, the conservative People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy have won the national election in Holland.
Israel held its fourth election in two years as Socialist Worker went to press. The election was called after a coalition government led by warmonger Binyamin Netanyahu and rival Benny Gantz collapsed.
The European Commission exploits every crisis to increase its own powers. It seized control of the vaccine procurement programme but bungled it.
Ask people which British institution most embodies the ideas of multiculturalism and a great many will reply—the NHS.
It’s been a year since Boris Johnson told Britain to “stay at home” on 23 March 2020. Sophie Squire and Sam Ord look at how that year has played out for workers—and how we have not been ‘all in it together’
A new movement has brought to the fore questions about how we beat sexism. Sadie Robinson argues liberation won’t come through the current justice system
United class struggle can undermine sexism and offer hope of liberation. But that doesn't mean sidelining the battle against oppression, writes Isabel Ringrose
Gabby Thorpe urges Socialist Worker readers to get beyond this docudrama’s corny characters and misshapen plots, and embrace their inner raider
Top politicians have conspired to help firms drain cash from government Covid-19 loan schemes—and tried to keep it secret.
There is a minority group of thugs in Britain that spread violence and misery. It consists of the Tories and the police.
An article in the bosses’ Financial Times newspaper last week was headlined, “Protesters playing a dangerous game with the Myanmar economy, warn businesses”.