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Behind the rows between the Tories, there’s very real evidence that being friends with the government is good for business.
Senior cops and a lawyer altered witness statements to cover up police failings relating to the Hillsborough football disaster, a court has heard.
The inquest into the death of Andrew Hall, who had been restrained in police custody, began on Tuesday.
The Undercover Policing Inquiry resumed taking evidence this week. One witness who gave oral evidence on Thursday was “Madeleine”.
Desperate BT Openreach bosses have “lost control” in a battle with a group of their own highly skilled engineers, according to a union rep.
Around 150 trade unionists resolved to take on the Tories’ repressive police bill at a meeting on Thursday night.
Health campaigners across Britain joined a day of action on Thursday against the takeover of GP practices by a US healthcare giant.
Six Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists were acquitted of criminal damage charges in a landmark verdict at Southwark Crown Court
Post Office bosses should be prosecuted for overseeing an outrageous miscarriage of justice, its victims have said.
Protests for Scottish independence are set for Saturday as the battle continues to keep the movement on the streets.
NEU union members at Marple and Cheadle Sixth Form College in Stockport were set to strike on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
It’s time to take to the streets in greater numbers to kill the Tories’ police bill.
“Let the bodies pile high in their thousands.” That was what Tory prime minister Boris Johnson said in response to the idea that there could be further lockdowns.
Does challenging a school’s policies warrant a visit from the cops? Essex police seem to think so.
The campaign of strikes by lecturers across Scotland in the EIS-Fela union took a dramatic turn last week.
Around 60 community centres, libraries, museums and sports venues are under threat
Around 400 bus workers at Go North West in Manchester are in the ninth week of an indefinite strike against fire and rehire.
Here are details of protests that have been advertised for Saturday 1 May and Monday 3 May against the police bill. Socialist Worker urges all its readers to take part.
Human Rights Watch is the latest major organisation to provide damning evidence of Israel's apartheid policies
One deleted comment from a constable had said he and other cops had been running around “like headless chickens”
India is in the grip of a Covid-19 storm that is killing more than 2,000 people a day. But for the country’s two leading drugs firms this is not a time for mourning—it’s a time to cash in.
Protesters have continued to take to the streets, and other ruling classes are concerned. writes Yuri Prasad
Throughout its existence, Northern Ireland has been a political slum characterised by repression, sectarianism and poverty.
The most interesting thing about the Tory sleaze scandal is not the Boris Johnson vs Dominic Cummings grudge match, enjoyable though that is. Everyone knows these are two thoroughly unscrupulous and unpleasant individuals.
Sport offers relief and a sense of collective identity denied to us by capitalism—but bosses also use it to make profits and divide us. Sam Ord explores the contradictions
There are big questions and debates opening up about the future of the Black Lives Matter movement
This film has won plaudits and awards because it resonates with life after a decade of loss—but it’s all just a bit too sentimental
Norwich’s finest export is back for a second series where he is so desperate to belong—in front of a TV camera
Ghosts, written and directed by Adura Onashile, is the latest work by the National Theatre of Scotland
People starve, there’s not enough cash for health or education, for action on climate chaos or to create jobs—but there’s always money for war.
Human Rights Watch is the latest major organisation to accuse Israel of apartheid. In a detailed report released on Tuesday the mainstream and widely respected NGO said Israel is guilty of crimes of apartheid against Palestinians.
Comrades in the Socialist Workers Party and the Fire Brigades Union will be saddened to hear of the death of Neale Williams at the age of 57
The European Super League (ESL) scandal has shown how capitalism affects every aspect of our lives.
A worker for delivery firm UPS has revealed a hellish new surveillance plan from bosses.
Dictator Idriss Deby, killed last week, helped France cling on to its colonial legacy in Africa, writes Charlie Kimber