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The Tories have unveiled a scheme that they say will deal with the social care crisis. It is a piece of class warfare favouring the rich and making workers pay.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) protested outside parliament on Wednesday as the group continued its second week of action.
This assault on women's rights is part of a sustained attack across large parts of the United States
After static rallies, marches are planned in Stirling and Edinburgh for later this month
Bosses are pushing ahead with huge cuts to workers' pensions.
It’s arms fair season. Over the next couple of months top politicians, generals, weapons makers and dealers will gather at three major conventions across Britain.
Pro-choice activists protested in Parliament Square, central London, on Saturday against an annual anti-abortion march.
'We’ve been explicit about the need to rebel against the system, and that it is an emergency,' said one protester
Trade unionists and anti-fascists rallied in south London to say ‘Afghan refugees are welcome’ and to oppose racism, reports Michael Holland
The Tories are pressing ahead with a £20 a week cut to Universal Credit. Two claimants told Socialist Worker how it will hit them
Now that Sharon Graham has taken over as general secretary of the Unite union, activists are discussing how to implement promises that were made during the election campaign.
The Scottish National Party (SNP), which is sometimes thought to be a “radical” alternative, is telling rail workers not to strike.
Scottish GMB union members in local government have moved closer to industrial action.
Around 100 people joined a solidarity rally for victimised union rep Paul Holmes on Monday as his disciplinary hearing began.
Few things better illustrate the broken social care system in England than the 170,000 staff vacancies expected by the end of the year.
Far from helping, President Biden is creating conditions that will lead to more disasters, says Sophie Squire
Japan’s prime minister has been forced from office as his popularity plummets due to the government’s handling of coronavirus.
The Western ruling classes’ response to the entirely predictable Taliban victory in Afghanistan is astonishing—combining arrogance, self-deception, and panic.
Socialist Worker looks at the destruction wrought by two decades of wars, lifts the lid on the torture that accompanied it, and addresses the Islamophobia that was used to justify it all
Some on the left say reduced numbers of migrant workers led pay to rise. Charlie Kimber argues the real cause of low wages and terrible conditions has been the failure of unions to fight for better
This powerful new documentary captures Grenfell residents’ safety battles—and how they were ignored with catastrophic results
Stop the War Coalition presents a 20-year account of artistic output in the anti-war movement
The Tories this week made workers pay more from their wages so the super-wealthy could protect their inheritances. No wonder that the alternative of taxing the rich is hugely popular.
Boris Johnson has recklessly abandoned all the Covid-19 regulations such as mask wearing and social distancing. He has herded children and workers into unsafe schools.
Is Ian Hodson right that Keir Starmer doesn’t want the trade unions in Labour?
Two Tory rogues from the past are embroiled in a row over political influence over contracts.