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New health secretary Sajid Javid has been hired by Boris Johnson as a hitman.
A handful of fascists were met by 250 anti-fascists from Stand Up To Racism, Muslim groups and trade unions.
A left wing march of thousands of people through central London on Saturday brought together many strands of anger at the Tory government.
It was twice the size of last year's protest—and shows the growing anger at the Tories' attacks on trans rights.
The action was called to highlight the failure of the mainstream press to address the severity of the climate crisis
The Batley and Spen by-election was set to deliver a shock this week. But it wasn't clear what the shock would be.
Health workers in England and Wales need to be ready to respond quickly to a new pay offer that could emerge in the next few days.
At least 30,000 demonstrators marched through central London on Saturday to call for an end to lockdown.
Workers at the construction site of a new Amazon Warehouse in Gateshead, near Newcastle, last Friday won their fight against contractors who sacked them.
The Tories’ protest-smashing bill is due back in the House of Commons next week for discussion on amendments following the committee stage.
Workers’ action at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has caused a backlog of work for bosses to sort out.
Strikers at Oaks Park High School in Redbridge, east London, protested against their Labour-run council for backing their bosses in a fight against victimisation
Members of the UCU union are organising to unite the struggle for better pay and conditions across all of further and higher education
Unison union members working for Sandwell Leisure Trust in the West Midlands struck last Friday in a battle against fire and rehire.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) has launched a crackdown on protesters and activists in West Bank cities.
A heat wave across the US pacific northwest is a reminder of how climate change can lead to weather events that are potentially “life-endangering”.
The new series of Love Island is launching. Sophie Squire investigates why certain body types are marketed to us, and the pressure to buy into them
Zheng Zeguang, the Chinese ambassador to Britain, recently tweeted a picture of him visiting Karl Marx’s grave in Highgate, London.
The idea of a single-state solution in Palestine is gaining traction, but some say that ‘old hatreds’ make this impossible. Nick Clark argues that resistance can break the hold of reactionary ideas and lead to a Palestinian state
Director Ken Fero talks to Socialist Worker about injustice and his new film Ultraviolence
Following Labour’s poor showing in recent by-elections Nick Clark explores the pattern of declining support for social democratic parties across Europe.
In How to Kidnap the Rich, a spoilt rich kid and his poor, smart manager are stitched up and forced on the run
What if witch trials happened in the 21st century, where magic was real?
Boris Johnson would like to take credit for Matt Hancock’s resignation as health secretary.
EU citizens and refugees are feeling the sharp impact of the Tories’ racist immigration clampdown. This Wednesday was the deadline for EU citizens to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme, which protects rights such as employment and healthcare in Britain.
The shadow Justice minister Karl Turner is “delighted” that the last speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow has defected from the Tories to join Labour. This is a view strangely echoed by John McDonnell.
The government is putting profit before health—again. This time it’s to prioritise football matches.
Four Saudis who participated in the 2018 killing of columnist Jamal Khashoggi received paramilitary training in the United States the previous year under a contract approved by the US State Department.
Unite members speak to Isabel Ringrose on why backing Sharon Graham for Unite general secretary is linked to the fight for workplace organising
Failed education secretary Gavin Williamson wants to end the system of pupil ‘bubbles’ even as coronavirus cases soar. Sophie Squire talked to school workers who now fear the worst