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The scandal of former prime ministers joining with top civil servants to lobby the government for private sector gains grows hotter by the day. Sadie Robinson gathers what we know so far, and concludes that the problem is deeply rooted in capitalism
More than 60 people were arrested at angry protests in and around Minneapolis on Tuesday after US police shot dead Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center just outside the city.
These are protests that have been advertised for Saturday and Sunday against the police bill.
London United bus drivers have escalated their fight against bosses' attacks on pay and conditions.
But despite the promises, president Joe Biden will still try to keep control in the region
Housing campaigners are gearing up for a day of action over empty homes on Saturday.
Political parties in Scotland have resumed campaigning this week. They suspended campaigning for the Scottish parliamentary elections after Prince Philip’s death, a move showing they are as out of touch with ordinary people as Westminster politicians.
London South Bank University has announced the wholesale closure of a series of courses with immediate effect.
Over 1,000 people took to the streets of London on Saturday as part of the second Kill The Bill day of action.
The Scottish National Party’s (SNP) manifesto for the Scottish parliamentary elections will strengthen its reputation as a social democratic party.
Housing campaigners took part in a day of action over empty homes last Saturday.
The Greensill Capital scandal continues to ensnare top members of the establishment.
School students who organised a protest over racism at Pimlico academy could face permanent exclusion from school.
The move towards a European Super League is motivated by profit following a year of lockdown restrictions that have strangled some of the club’s income
Scottish College lecturers in the EIS-Fela union are stepping up their national dispute this week. They were set to strike on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.
Highly skilled engineers working for BT Openreach began five days of strikes on Monday this week, in a battle over pay and conditions.
Unison union members at East Lancashire hospitals were celebrating this week as trust bosses announced that security guards are being brought back in house.
People living in Grenfell Tower were labelled “rebel residents” for raising safety concerns before the 2017 fire that killed 72 people.
Scottish college lecturers are upbeat as they stepped up their fight this week.
If tens of millions of people had not taken to the streets and defied the cops then Floyd’s case would have been just another scandal covered up by a corrupt system
As world Covid-19 deaths pass three million, India is in the grip of a terrible new wave of the virus. Other countries governed by the hard right face a similar situation, says Yuri Prasad
Rage at a racist system and killer cops continued to burn as closing statements were heard on Monday in the trial of Derek Chauvin.
Simon Basketter looks at why Britain split Ireland up during its battle for independence
JOE BIDEN, a veteran Democratic Party politician, was generally seen as the continuity candidate when he ran successfully for the presidency of the United States. “Continuity” here means with the previous Democratic administrations of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
How many workers went on strike in 2020? One good answer might be “not enough”.
US president Joe Biden plans to keep using force to promote US imperialism, despite Middle East defeats. Nick Clark says it’s the way capitalism works that creates constant conflicts
The Republic of False Truths by Alaa Al Aswany brings the story of the revolution to life through the eyes of those who lived it
I Blame Society is a mockumentary about film industry sexism with a dose of serial murder dropped in
Safe—a new digital theatre production—tells the real stories of four young LGBT+ people facing homelessness or living in difficult circumstances
For revolutionaries, although elections matter, the battle on the streets and in the workplaces is always more important
Nearly 500,000 young workers have lost their jobs since January 2020
Over the last five years British Gas has dumped on employees from the highest height with countless business area closures, restructures, shift changes and wage freezes.
Racists across Britain, and the world, united in mourning last Saturday to remember Prince Philip. It was a fitting send off for the dead royal, who dedicated his entire life to being rich and racist.
The fight against bosses’ fire and rehire tactics requires a unified struggle argues Sophie Squire