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Vile hypocrisy. That’s the only possible verdict as the Tories and sections of the right wing press claimed to be anti-racists this week
The Tories, who enable the abuse of human rights, pretend they are freedom's champion
Valence Primary School teachers in Dagenham, east London, have escalated strikes over forced demotions and attacks on pay.
The cop who killed Sarah Everard pleaded guilty to her murder last week.
Responses to the call from the Communist Party's Andy Bain that Unite union members should vote for Steve Turner simply to keep the right out. Socialist Worker backs Sharon Graham for Unite general secretary.
BT telecoms workers are furious after a deal between bosses and their CWU union officials was announced last week.
As people face extreme weather across Canada and the US, Sophie Squire explores the developing nature of the climate crisis
The government has introduced a new Health and Care Bill into parliament as Covid-19 cases soar.
Around 140 bin workers began two weeks of strikes on Monday in Bexley, south east London, on Monday.
The Tories confirmed on Monday that they will lift Covid-19 restrictions next week even though scientists are warning of the huge risks
Bosses have shown the first signs of failing resolve, with a sudden proposal to talk
Unions must stop this outrageous fire and rehire attack
The state is pushing through repression of Extinction Rebellion (XR) climate activists.
More than a million children of key workers are living in poverty, according to research commissioned by the TUC union federation.
Racism in England is systemic, a report by the race equality think tank the Runnymede Trust has found.
It would appear that the deal contains the huge pay cuts and other attacks that that workers at JDE have been resisting
Mass protests in Cuba are prompted by real grievances. Sophie Squire looks at the revolt but warns of the forces that will try to use them
Activists are appealing for solidarity with imprisoned Egyptian socialist and journalist Hisham Fouad after he launched a hunger strike.
An explosion of rage is sweeping across large parts of South Africa.
With many campaigns turning to militant direct action, Nick Clark argues that the tactic is more effective within a mass movement.
Are we heading, as some commentators claim, for another “Roaring Twenties”, like the economic boom that followed the terrible flu pandemic of 1918-19?
It has been one year since the repressive Security Law was enacted in Hong Kong. Lam Chi Leung, an activist based in Hong Kong, explains how the situation has changed.
The Nationality and Borders Bill seeks to criminalise refugees over how they enter Britain. Refugees and activists spoke to Isabel Ringrose about the escalating attacks on refugee rights.
A new exhibition looking back at the work of artist Paula Rego contains powerful critiques of life under fascism and capitalism
Two of Us tells the story of two female lovers in their 60s who have waited two decades to spend their lives together
The assassination last week of Haitian president Jovenel Moise has led to calls for US troops to be deployed to the nation. It would be a terrible response
Richard Lewontin, who died aged 92 recently, was one of the most talented geneticists of his generation.
Nigel Coward who has recently died was one of the comrades who joined the Socialist Review group, forerunners of the Socialist Workers Party, in the 1960s
Southern Water was fined a record £90 million last week for deliberately dumping billions of litres of raw sewage into protected seas over several years for its own financial gain.
Failure in recent regional elections has caused crisis for Marine Le Pen’s National Rally party. But, says Charlie Kimber, the party won’t destroy itself.