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France has warned the Tories not to do anything that breaches international law to avoid a “serious loss” of confidence and cooperation.
British border guards could gain the power to stop, board and instantly send back refugee boats in the English Channel.
Private rents outside London are rising at their fastest rate for 13 years.
Anti-war activists are staging protests and direct action outside a major arms fair in Newham, east London.
Socialists in Syria are warning that the regime of the ruler Bashar al-Assad is trying to crush the last centres of revolutionary resistance.
The lives of around a million people are set to be thrown into chaos when the Tories close the furlough scheme at the end of the month.
Anger against the 'jamborees of death' confronts the weapons merchants
ScotRail workers in the RMT union are continuing their strikes despite attacks from bosses and the Scottish National Party (SNP).
A few days after parliament overwhelmingly passed the first round of the government’s social care bill, Tory MPs are already having jitters.
Boris Johnson was expected this week to throw away virtually any protection against Covid-19.
Workers in schools are standing up against victimisation, reports Sam Ord
Over 1,000 people joined a march for Scottish independence last Saturday in Stirling.
Around 40 drivers working at Booker Retail Partners at its Thamesmead site in south east London have voted unanimously for strikes.
Dame Cressida Dick’s contract to lead the Metropolitan Police is to be extended for another two years, home secretary Priti Patel, confirmed last week.
A survey of more than 20,000 working parents has concluded that the government’s childcare policies are grossly inadequate.
Disputes involving members of the GMB, Unite, IWGB and UCU unions
The TUC union federation congress this week heard plenty of denunciations of the government, but very little sign of a serious fightback.
Labour leader Keir Starmer promised very little for workers and rank and file trade unionists when he spoke to the TUC union congress on Tuesday.
Supporters of president Jair Bolsonaro hope their mobilisations and military pressure will keep him in office
Israel launched a campaign of raids, incursions, roadblocks, searches and arrests last week after a group of Palestinian prisoners liberated themselves.
Plundering is enjoying an unprecedented boom. The global value of deals carried out by private equity firms is set to reach $1 trillion (£723 billion) for the first time this year.
Johnson dominates British politics to an extent that no one has since Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair. The fundamental reason for this is Johnson’s willingness to challenge establishment neoliberalism.
Long hours and low pay, services collapsing after years of cuts, thousands of unfilled vacancies, needs of the cared for ignored. Socialist Worker talks to frontline care workers about what’s gone wrong
Abortion rights have been hard fought for in the US. Now some of these rights are under ferocious assault. Isabel Ringrose explores a history of resistance and shows why the right’s view on abortion is complicated
The film Herself tries to balance between a tale of abuse and an uplifting story of overcoming the odds. Most of the time it does it well, writes Sarah Bates
In A Long Way From Vietnam, BBC journalist Nga Pham looks at why Vietnamese migration is the second highest in Britain.
The Tories’ class war has escalated further, and it isn’t set to slow down. This week Tory Work and Pension Secretary Therese Coffey unveiled her solution to the scrapping of the Universal Credit £20 uplift.
The reduction in Universal Credit (UC) by £20 a week will force 1.2 million people to skip meals according to a survey conducted by YouGov.
The US military lied about the murderous drone strike that killed ten people in the last days of its retreat from Afghanistan.
Cop26 will take place in November to discuss the climate crisis. Sophie Squire speaks to activists who say big and militant mobilisations are the way forward