Dated: 08 Jun 2021
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Finance ministers from G7 countries gathered in London on Saturday to declare victory over corporate tax avoidance.
Six refugees won a legal challenge against the government on Thursday.
Opposition is growing to Tory plans that would allow private businesses and others to access the full medical histories of 55 million NHS patients in England.
A battle over the lifting of coronavirus restrictions is raging at the heart of the government.
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Low paid workers face a jobs “rollercoaster” after the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report by the Resolution Foundation.
Workers at the JDE coffee factory in Oxfordshire are defiant after receiving ‘fire and rehire’ letters last week
UCU union members at the university of Liverpool were set to take four more days of strike this week
Campaigners and health workers are set to come together on 3 July in protests that also celebrate the NHS’s 73 birthday.
“Two down, one to go,” was how a Labour MP greeted the news last week that Gary Smith has been elected to lead the GMB union.
Thousands of flat owners and housing activists protested last Saturday across Britain over the cladding and fire safety scandal.
The RMT union has warned of a “summer of disruption” as strikes kick-off at ScotRail and the Caledonian Sleeper
The police officer charged with the murder of Dalian Atkinson told the court this week his “fear was through the roof” when he tasered the former footballer.
A Met police officer has pleaded guilty to kidnapping and raping Sarah Everard, who disappeared while walking home in south London in March.
The major construction equipment rental firm, VP plc, will pay out £10 million having taken £7 million in state aid.
The discovery of 215 First Nation children’s remains at the site of Canada’s biggest residential school has sent a shockwave of grief and anger across the country.
One activist said the action sent 'a clear message that Zionism, racism, apartheid and the occupation of Palestine will be met with resistance'
Israel could soon have a government led by a prime minister who has insisted Palestinians can never be allowed a state of their own.
There could be tense battles ahead after the Peruvian presidential election, reports Sophie Squire
Fierce resistance to the military regime in Myanmar is continuing, despite a renewed state crackdown.
As the pandemic forced many migrant workers to return to their home countries, Socialist Worker asks if British workers have benefited.
"The Banality of evil” is a phrase coined by the philosopher Hannah Arendt when she was covering the trial of the Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann.
For the Department of Education it is vital that children “catch up” on the hours of education lost due to the pandemic.
The G7 Summit this week in Cornwall will see the world’s most powerful leaders discuss a response to the environmental emergency. Sophie Squire explores the leaders’ response to the climate crisis that is threatening all our futures
In 1381 thousands of peasants stormed London and demanded change from the king. Nick Clark explains why the Peasants’ Revolt holds important lessons 640 years on
This BBC documentary follows mayor Marvin Rees as he faces up to the Black Lives Matter movement. It’s interesting—and infuriating
David Thorpe’s documentary Do I Sound Gay? follows his journey through speech therapy as he attempts to adjust his voice
Football fans booing England players taking the knee last week is an issue that goes further than sport. It shows how racism is structured and used by the elite.
Union conference season is in full swing, so Labour leader Keir Starmer is schmoozing the bureaucrats
Chanie Rosenberg, who has died aged 99, spent her life fighting the injustices that are still at the centre of world politics today.
My home land of Sri Lanka is being despoiled by people who put money first. A chemical-laden cargo ship sank off the coast near the city of Colombo last week.
Britain’s biggest care home operator raised fees for residents in the pandemic while funnelling cash to its super-rich owners.
Housing exposes obscene wealth and hard poverty in Britain today. Behind it all is a system where houses are built for profit, not homes