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The Metropolitan Police is “institutionally corrupt”. That is the condemning conclusion of an eight-year inquiry into a notorious murder case.
Black and minority ethnic (BAME) women are almost twice as likely to be on zero hours contracts than white men, and one and a half times more likely than white women.
Sick people are queuing for up to twelve hours to see a doctor at some of Britain’s busiest hospitals.
Workers at the University of Leicester began a three-day strike on Wednesday over job cuts.
The richest 25 people in the US—including Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Warren Buffett—paid as little as 3.4 percent of their gains in wealth in tax between 2014 and 2018.
Palestine solidarity activists have taken direct action against a firm supplying armaments to the Israeli state.
The Unite union general secretary election is the subject of intense debate after candidates’ nominations were declared this week.
How can workers fight back as bosses and politicians seek to impose a regime of austerity and profits before people?
Around 8,000 protesters joined a rally outside Downing Street on Saturday to demand freedom for Palestine.
Protesters raged at the G7 world leaders’ summit in Cornwall on Friday and Saturday at the start of a weekend of resistance.
A few billion doses far into the future mean billions will be left to infections and to die
With infections doubling every nine days even Boris Johnson could not fully ignore the risks says Socialist Worker
...plus action at Pimlico Academy, Oaks Park High School in Redbridge and Shrewsbury College
More than 200 protesters demanded the removal of a statue of 17th century slaver Robert Geffrye at the Museum of the Home in east London, last Saturday.
This result is a reflection of the frustration felt by many Unison members
Brazen Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) bosses admitted to the workers they recently sacked that they had been planning for industrial action for two years.
Over 200 people took part in an online solidarity rally for striking UCU union members at Liverpool and Leicester universities last Friday.
Aberdeen workers are striking over plans to merge the role of housing officer and support officer
Construction bosses have withdrawn the latest attempt to deskill the industry.
Around 400 delegates from across local government in Unison met last Saturday for the union’s first virtual sectoral conference since the start of the pandemic.
Home secretary Priti Patel personally contacted the police as Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists blocked the production of right-wing newspapers last September.
The fourth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower Fire that killed 72 people on 14 June 2017 saw commemorations on Monday despite the Covid-19 restrictions.
On Thursday morning Pedro Castillo had received 50.22 percent of the vote and right wing Keiko Fujimori had taken 49.77 percent.
Tens of thousands of people marched across France on Saturday against racism, the far right and the government's assaults on liberties.
Millions of people in Algeria, north Africa, boycotted elections held on Saturday as a sign of their continuing opposition to the ruling regime.
Digital currencies made to be untraceable were once touted as a democratic alternative to ‘real money’. Not anymore
Why did the Northern Ireland protocol to the Brexit agreement between Britain and the European Union figure so large at the G7 summit in Cornwall?
Pedro Castillo’s election win in Peru has cheered the left. Sophie Squire looks at the country’s history of struggle but also sounds some warnings for the future
Daniel Morgan was murdered beside his car at the back of the Golden Lion pub in Sydenham, south east London, in 1987. He had met his business partner Jonathan Rees for a drink.
In a crowded field, the lightness of this new Netflix series helps it to stand out. But themes of scapegoating mean it keeps its dark edge
Where did the world go? asks poet Simon Armitage in a ponderous voice
There was more evidence this week that Keir Starmer is both alienating and repulsing sections of people who previously supported Labour.
The Tories are intensifying their racist attacks.
I wasn’t surprised by the latest report describing the scale of sexual harassment faced by young women. No young woman would have been.
Tory cabinet minister Michael Gove broke the law when the government handed a £560,000 Covid-19 contract to a business he had “personal connections” with.
As US president Joe Biden goes on a mission to turn the West against China, Nick Clark investigates the competition between the capitalist states