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Everyone wants to get back to normal. But what does that mean? For most people it means being able to go about daily life without restrictions and without fear of picking up and passing on the virus.
Poverty is accelerating and workers are increasingly hit as well as people on benefits.
Some 80 trade unionists showed their solid support on Tuesday for the Goodlord strikers who have been fired.
Anti-racists took the knee in workplaces and local areas across Britain on the one-year anniversary of the police murder of George Floyd.
Families of the Hillsborough disaster victims slammed the judge's decision
In evidence to MPs, he savaged Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock to boost himself
More workers are getting organised against bosses’ attacks. The number in trade unions in Britain rose by 118,000 last year to 6.56 million.
A leading Hillsborough justice campaigner said, "We didn’t think it would end this way. But we didn’t hold any hope of guilty verdicts, especially after the big players got off.
Profiting from the Covid-19 vaccine has directly created at least nine new billionaires with a combined wealth of nearly £14 billion.
The use of handcuffs on Dalian Atkinson was “more likely than not” a factor in his death, a court has heard.
The politicians have failed. Job losses are racking up, emboldened employers are continuing the race to the bottom, new tactics such as fire and rehire remain legal and the floor keeps dropping.
Taxi service Uber has struck a union recognition deal with the GMB union.
The ban on home evictions was set to be lifted in England on Tuesday, with hundreds of thousands of people facing the threat of homelessness.
Without opposition to the Tories, Cummings’ attacks will fall flat
Britain may be in the early stages of a third wave of coronavirus, scientists are warning
UCU union members at the University of Liverpool continued to strike this week to stop the compulsory redundancies of staff in our Health and Life Sciences faculty.
Victimised NEU union rep Kirstie Paton has been reinstated following strikes at John Roan School in Greenwich, south London,
As Palestinians face severe repression, the threat of a fightback still scares the Israeli leaders. Nick Clark looks at the scale of the crackdown and explains the Israeli political crisis
Health workers in Scotland campaigning for a decent pay rise were set to march on the Edinburgh parliament this Saturday.
Workers at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency in Swansea have called two more strikes set to take place later this month.
London Underground workers are preparing to fight Tory plans to push through millions of pounds worth of cuts.
Strikers at a major government office are in a head on battle with the Tories over coronavirus safety and the drive to reopen workplaces.
The president and prime minister of Mali, West Africa, have been ousted by the army officer who led a military coup last year.
Following the chaos caused by the mishandling of the pandemic in Brazil, Sophie Squire reports on the mass protests calling for change
Protests are continuing to rage in Colombia despite escalating state violence.
One issue is dominating discussion of the major economies—inflation. This has to do with both reality and fear.
The Tories’ determination not to recognise people who are non-binary helps spread fear and prejudice. Isabel Ringrose spoke to people at the sharp end of this pernicious form of discrimination
The US sometimes poses as a friend of Palestinians—but will never end its support for Israel. Sophie Squire explains what’s behind their relationship
In After Love, recently bereaved Mary Hussain discovers her husband’s secret life—and what she has in common with his other family, writes Sophie Squire
The BBC is making a big deal of this new three-part prison drama—and not just because of its big name actors
The deadline for European Union citizens to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) on 31 June is drawing steadily nearer.
Sometimes years of patient work as anti-racists and trade unionists pays off.
Home secretary Priti Patel faces fresh questions over lobbying to help her former adviser land multimillion pound PPE deals.
NHS England is opening up patients’ medical records for sale to corporations—including Big Pharma. Sam Ord looks at how our data is being collated and shared for reasons of profit