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Governments have delayed curbing their fossil-fuel emissions for so long that they can no longer stop global warming from intensifying over the next 30 years.
Construction workers in the Unite union working on HS2 protested over pay and conditions
“We believe in doing right by our people, our customers, our society and our planet. We embrace our responsibility to deliver the best possible outcomes by making people happier in their environments."
The same corporations that base themselves mostly on the fossil fuel economy have been cleared to ramp up energy bills for millions of people in Britain.
Workers who make vinyl floorcoverings at the Polyflor company in Manchester were set to strike for two days on Wednesday and Thursday this week over pay.
Workers at the Rolls-Royce plant in Barnoldswick, Lancashire, protested on Monday as part of their continuing strikes.
Unite assistant general secretary Steve Turner last week retweeted the union’s triumphant announcement about the settlement of the dispute at Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) coffee factory in Oxfordshire.
ScotRail workers in the RMT union are continuing their battle for pay justice in a long-running dispute.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has admitted it is dealing with a huge backlog of work. It comes amid strikes by PCS union members at its offices in Swansea.
The Tories made numerous payments last year to a company owned by its chairman.
Jamaican nationals who came to Britain as children faced deportation this week, despite an agreement to not deport people who arrived as minors.
Counselling charity Childline has revealed that the amount of pupils who rang regarding exam-related stress jumped from 861 between April and June last year to 1,812 this year
Labour leader Keir Starmer has said one of his most important jobs is “rebuilding the relationship between the Labour Party and business.”
President Kais Saied is manoeuvring for total power after his takeover last month, explains Nick Clark
The days surrounding the one-year anniversary of Beirut’s port blast saw examples of unity against the ruling class alongside the danger of sectarian divisions.
Climate chaos flows from the capitalist system that subordinates humanity and the rest of nature to the demands of profit-making
For the West, blaming the climate crisis on China will provide a scapegoat for the havoc they’ve wreaked
A former British diplomat has said he is “convinced” there was “military intelligence exploitation” of a British Airways flight that landed in Kuwait during the Iraqi army’s 1990 invasion, which led to the capture and mistreatment of nearly everyone on board,