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The police are taking their revenge on people who have joined Kill The Bill protests.
Bus drivers in the west and south of London have stepped up their pay fight after talks with bosses failed
Health workers across Britain labelled Boris Johnson an “April Fool” on Thursday 1 April.
British Gas workers are furious and frustrated after receiving bosses’ final ultimatum to sign a punitive new contract or face the sack.
From London to Glasgow, from Weymouth to Newcastle, protesters poured on to the streets
Over a million workers in Britain have been hit by devastating “long Covid”.
Bus drivers in Manchester and the west and south of London have stepped up their fights after talks with bosses failed.
“If the report had been intended to help address racism in Britain, it must surely be written off as a disaster.”
Campaigners fear that surgeries will now be staffed in the cheapest way possible, with regular doctors replaced by locums, and cheaper medical staff.
The Tories plan to further ease lockdown measures across England from next week.
But the Unite union repudiated the action and advised workers not to join the demonstration
Deliveroo food delivery workers are set to strike on Wednesday this week.
Workers at aerospace parts firm SPS Technologies in Leicester continue a strike over fire and rehire cuts that will cost them up to £3,000 a year.
Strikes at Heathrow Airport Limited that were due to start on 2 April have been postponed as workers are balloted over an offer on pay and conditions.
Around 170 environmental workers in Norwich have taken part in indicative ballots for strikes.
More than 1,000 people at a major government workplace are on strike in a significant battle over workers’ safety from coronavirus.
Covid-19 infections are still soaring around the world, and it’s no time to end safety measures, says Sam Ord
Israeli politicians were up in arms at the idea that an Arab party might enter government following elections last week.
While the Tories are ramming through a police bill that will make life harder for Travellers, Roma and Gypsies, Labour are scapegoating them ahead of local elections.
The Report of the Sewell Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities may look a mess. But it’s a calculated political hit. It aims to erase the concept of institutional racism.
The new pamphlet Capitalism and the Politics of Food by Amy Leather argues that Covid-19 is no anomaly. And with current food systems more deadly viruses are likely to cross over to humans.
A decade on from the beginning of mass protests in Syria, Nick Clark investigates how murderous state repression and Western imperialism drowned resistance
Riots in Brixton 40 years ago this month turned the tables on racist cops. Alex Wheatle and Cecil Gutzmore spoke to Socialist Worker about their experiences of the riots and why the anger that caused them still exists today
Riots are a period of energised fury that see oppressed people express their anger at the system. They give a voice to those who have had theirs taken away and can expose injustices in society.
Seaspiracy has a great deal to say about capitalism’s damage of our oceans from pollution and species destruction
A BBC documentary focuses on the climate activist who inspired a movement. But Thunberg insists it’s not all about one person
Any loosening of the Covid-19 restrictions will feel like a relief to millions of people. But that can’t hide the sickening truth that by lifting more measures next week the Tories are again prepared to gamble with our lives
Chauvin could be sacrificed in an effort to save the institution of the police as a whole. He has to be found guilty, but that won’t change the nature of the cops
The long awaited Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report suggests “claims of institutional racism not borne out”.
A Tory MP whose family made millions through slavery has amended his accounts and financial declaration-—again.