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The United States military left Afghanistan as it arrived—by killing children.
As 2.3 million claimants face cuts, Labour offers only empty words
Graham confounded those who said that if two left candidates stood then the winner would be the right
Activists in Extinction Rebellion (XR) entered their third day of protest on Wednesday as part of the Impossible Rebellion.
Men deported to Zimbabwe by the Home Office last month are being forced to live on the streets and are in fear of arrest. Yet Priti Patel wants more mass deportations.
Medical equipment company Philips has recalled millions of machines used to treat sleep apnoea in the United States because of fears of potential serious harm to users.
Catastrophic climate change means floods, drought, fires—and famine. If you want to see what that means today, look at Madagascar, an island of nearly 30 million people off the coast of east Africa.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) took its Impossible Rebellion to the financial centre of Britain on Friday.
Only if the Covid-19 death rate is over 1,000 a week for two or three weeks will ministers even start a discussion on re-imposing restrictions.
The situation for Afghan refugees fleeing the Taliban and arriving in Britain is becoming ever more critical.
Bosses are already under pressure—giving drivers even more power to win
Councils in England, Wales and Scotland face huge budget deficits of almost £3 billion for the next financial year.
But eager to show how much the party has changed since Jeremy Corbyn, Labour’s welfare chief Jonathan Reynolds announced a different approach
Outsourced cleaners working at Royal Parks in central London protested alongside their supporters at Speakers’ Corner on Monday to round off a two-week strike.
Supporters of victimised union rep Paul Holmes are calling on trade unionists to join a solidarity lobby at the start of his disciplinary hearing.
Workers at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency in Swansea have been voting on whether to continue their strikes.
Ian Hodson, president of the Bfawu union, faces expulsion from the Labour Party after being listed as a sponsor of an organisation now banned by leader Keir Starmer. Now, Bfawu union members are set to debate whether the union should disaffiliate from Labour—ending a link established in 1902. Hodson spoke to Socialist Worker
Hurricane Ida has spread panic across the US Gulf Coast as 150 mile an hour winds and torrential rains lashed the state of Louisiana.
The horrific attack on Kabul airport last week was claimed by a local branch of Islamic State called IS-K.
Why do politicians look set to allow a new oil drill off the coast of Scotland?
It is hazardous to treat the Grundrisse as where we can find the real Marx. But it looks as if this is where Harvey is going
Nick Clark looks at the US's and Britain's huge defeats in Afghanistan
Lies are being spun that most Afghan women’s lives improved under the US occupation. Judy Cox explores the reality for Afghan women after 20 years of war
As flash flooding and tornadoes hit the north-east United States, Sophie Squire looks at the lessons from Hurricane Katrina in 2005
Featuring interviews with George Bush and his closest advisers, this BBC documentary reveals how they thirsted for war—and why
Souad paints a portrait of sisterhood, and the bond between two sisters growing up within the traditions of faith and family.
After a week of the “Impossible Rebellion” organised by Extinction Rebellion (XR), the police stepped up their repression to crush the climate protests.
All the lies used to justify the terror the West inflicted on Afghanistan 20 years ago played out over its airstrike on children last week.
Education workers are returning to schools across England and Wales with mixed emotions.
London’s golf courses make up an area larger than the borough of Brent and there is enough space on publicly owned courses to house 300,000 people, according to new research.
After a win for the left in the Unite union general secretary election, workers spoke to Isabel Ringrose about their hope for change and how it can be won