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Israel’s drive to force Palestinians from their homes is at the root of its renewed assault on the Gaza Strip
Pfizer, one of the richest drug companies in the world, is making hundreds of millions of pounds in profits from its Covid-19 vaccine.
More than 2,000 refugees have died during the pandemic as a result of illegal pushbacks by countries in the European Union (EU).
The conservatives and the far right surged to new heights and will govern the capital
Voting has begun in the elections for the Unison union’s leading body, the national executive committee (NEC).
A solicitor advised a police officer to review his criticism of senior officers on duty during the Hillsborough football disaster, a court heard on Wednesday.
The result should be proof that working class people are not easily won over by flag-waving and pledges of support for the army and the cops.
Celia Stubbs gave evidence to the Undercover Policing Inquiry (UCPI) on Thursday.
Parts of the eighth, ninth and tenth floors of the high-rise in east London were ablaze on Friday
To see thousands of football fans on the streets opposing the way the billionaire owners had planned to rig the game and stop the European Super League has been brilliant.
A weekend of discussion brought socialists together in the aftermath of elections that underlined Labour's failings
The Tories are celebrating following Thursday’s local elections in England.
Parties in favour of Scottish independence have won a majority in the Scottish parliament elections
The Queen’s Speech read in parliament on Tuesday unveiled the Tories’ plans for future attacks.
“We’re aiming for a knockout in round three, but if we have to go the full 12 rounds then we’re ready.”
The government’s plan to announce a bar on prosecutions of soldiers who killed in Northern Ireland was due on the same day as the inquest report into the Ballymurphy massacre. That saw British soldiers kill ten people in 1971.
Suspended NEU union rep Louise Lewis returns to work following a series of strikes at North Huddersfield Trust School.
Attacks on ordinary people are being masked by proposals to support the adult social care system and NHS.
Left wing Labour MPs responded to the election results by appealing to Keir Starmer to bring them back into the fold. Meanwhile, Starmer prepared a further shift to the right.
Strikers at the Driver, and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) defied bosses’ threats and kept up pickets during their four-day walkout last week.
The Green Party gained more than 80 council seats in England and Wales.
Workers at the University of Liverpool are set to stage three weeks of strikes to defend jobs. The action by nearly 1,300 UCU union members will see walkouts between 24 to 28 May, 1 to 4 June and 7 to 11 June.
After the successful national strike in Scotland by EIS-Fela union college lecturers, battles continue at individual colleges.
Strikes by London bus workers have ended after an offer was made to workers that many felt wasn’t good enough, reports Sam Ord
The two West Mercia police officers, on trial over the death of former footballer Dalian Atkinson in August 2016, have been accused of “collusion”.
John McKerr's daughter Anne Ferguson said, “I wondered, with the length of time that had passed, whether it was all going to be worth it. In the end, it is.
The horrific disaster on Mexico City’s metro railway system—with at least 24 people dead and dozens more seriously injured—was long in the making.
India’s Covid-19 crisis is spreading across the border into neighbouring Nepal.
Caught in a three-way stand-off with a jailed resistance fighter and an exiled chief torturer, Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas dived for cover.
Protests and strikes have erupted throughout Colombia in response to assaults by right wing president Ivan Duque.
An explosion of resistance against attempts to force Palestinians out of Jerusalem has exposed Israel’s racism and brutality.
Palestinians in Lydd and Ramle have faced decades of racist violence designed to drive them out and keep them a minority. It's the background to what is happening today.
Continuing division in Northern Ireland is a product of how the peace process was conducted by those at the top, writes Simon Basketter
Elections in Britain last week have led to announcements of the death of class and the end of a clear divide between “left and right”.
Radical left party Podemos sought to be an alternative to the corrupt political establishment but came to mirror its features. Sam Ord says hope for change in the Spanish state lies on organising outside of elections
After Labour’s disastrous showing in Hartlepool and in the local elections, Nick Clark asks why so many working class people have turned away from the party
This is a stunning book with an unfortunately horribly familiar theme—how to cope with a deadly pandemic
Extra Life explores previous global pandemics to learn lessons in the fight against Covid-19
Three quarters of people in Britain want bosses’ outrageous fire and rehire tactics scrapped. A poll conducted by Survation on behalf of the GMB union discovered that 76 percent of people believe the practice should be outlawed.
Boris Johnson has confirmed that the latest planned easing of coronavirus restrictions in England will go ahead.
Prince Michael of Kent was willing to use his royal status for profit, and to seek favours from Russian president Vladimir Putin.
Depression and poor mental health have been exacerbated by the pandemic. Sadie Robinson explores a new report that shows how class affects people’s health and lives