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The Tories have delivered another blow to NHS workers. Now workers’ fury has to be turned into action for a 15 percent rise.
The Tories are pressing ahead with more mass deportations.
Nearly half way through Keir Starmer—A Life of Contrasts, we finally hear something about his politics.
Protests across Britain have confronted Tory racism
As a service to a fuller understanding of the recent Cuban protests, we publish a description by socialists in Cuba.
Around 350 anti-racists joined a lively and noisy rally on Saturday organised by Stand Up To Racism Dorset to demand slavery justice from Tory MP Richard Grosvenor Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax.
The previous strikes won a guarantee that there would be no redundancies for two years. But already workers have started to be offloaded.
An asylum seeker was found dead at a hotel near Heathrow airport on Sunday. This tragedy has occurred just a day before the Tories’ racist immigration bill was due for its second reading in the House of Commons.
Outsourced workers at the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (Beis) in central London began a three day strike on Monday of this week.
After two terrible by-election results in Hartlepool, and Batley and Spen, Keir Starmer is trying desperately to rescue his leadership of the Labour Party by turning further to the right.
Strikes at housing charity St Mungo’s have been called off
As Covid cases continue to soar the Tories have decided to lift all restrictions and scientists are already ringing alarm bells, writes Sam Ord
Reclaim Pride is set to go ahead on Saturday to tell Boris Johnson “to stop stalling on LGBT+ rights” and march for LGBT+ liberation.
The verdict came at the end of a trial that revealed Tory home secretary Priti Patel interfered personally in how the protest was policed
Most of the colleges that passed the thresholds demanded by anti-union laws did so with yes votes of over 80 percent
Valence Primary school teachers in Dagenham, east London, have completed six strike days escalating over three weeks
Workers on the London Underground are set to strike for four days over bosses’ proposals to abolish the Night Tube train drivers’ grade
A protest was held at Free Derry Corner last Saturday over British government plans to bring in a Troubles “amnesty”.
South African activists analyse what caused a social explosion last week
Some think that appealing rightwards is the way to win over working class people. Simon Basketter says ‘left populism’ is a dead end
Food has become deeply politicised. There is growing anger at a food system that badly impacts our health and the environment.
The current protests in Cuba have raised arguments. Sophie Squire analyses the nature of Cuban state capitalism, the pressure from the US and today’s revolt.
Huge anti-capitalist protests in Italy 20 years ago today were a turning point in an anti-capitalist movement that spread across the globe
A documentary by director Steve McQueen remembers the black-led revolts of 1981—beginning with rage at the New Cross fire
This strange, folk-tale like fantasy prison thriller might be unlike any film you’ve seen before
Israel is very proud of its tech industry. So it can’t pretend it has nothing to do with the use of Israeli hacking software.
Boris Johnson ironically announced on “freedom day” that vaccine passports will soon be required in England.
The horrific effects of climate change have been growing for years.
Top drug companies have been found guilty of increasing the price of a life-saving steroid treatment by more than 10,000 per cent and paying rivals to stay out of the market.