Dated: 05 Oct 2021
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Led by home secretary Priti Patel, the Tories want to prevent any effective form of protest that stands in the way of their racist, profit-driven leadership.
Hundreds of thousands marched demanding the removal of far right president Jair Bolsonaro
Billionaires and politicians who claim there’s not enough money for higher pay and public services have been hoarding trillions away in tax havens
University workers at the Royal College of Art (RCA) in London struck on Monday and Tuesday to demand an end to casualisation and unsafe workloads.
A Labour-run council in east London has forced hundreds of residents to move more than 100 miles away—or face homelessness.
Solidarity poured onto the picket line at Westminster Kingsway College in central London on Wednesday.
Anti-racists will debate how to take forward the fight against racism, the far right and fascism at an international conference on 16 and 17 October
The fossil fuel industry receives over £8 million in subsidies every minute
Tens of thousands of pro-choice activists were set to join 660 separate mobilisations across the US on Saturday.
The march, organised by the People's Assembly Against Austerity, attracted around 5,000 people including anti-racist, pro-Palestinian and trade union organisations
Labour leader Keir Starmer wants to rub the left’s face in its defeat after his victories at the party’s conference last week.
Since Metropolitan police officer Wayne Couzens was sentenced for the murder of Sarah Everard, cops have given women disgraceful “advice” on how to stay safe.
With the release of the latest film in the James Bond franchise, No Time to Die, Simon Basketter argues that it’s high time we see the sexist spy, and the film series’ reactionary politics, bite the dust
Boris Johnson is trying to pose as the friend of workers with outrageous lies over wages.
Boris Johnson is making grand climate promises in the lead up to Cop26.
Workers at Weetabix factories in Kettering and Corby in Northamptonshire are still on strike over fire and rehire.
Strikers at the University of Liverpool have won a fantastic victory to save jobs
Driving examiners are set to teach bosses a lesson
Members of the Unison union at Dundee University struck for five days from Wednesday of last week in defence of their pensions
Outsourced cleaners working for Royal Parks in central London began a month-long strike on Friday of last week.
Members of the UCU union are taking action against casualisation, unmanageable workloads and issues of equality
The former mayor of an Italian village who welcomed refugees has been sentenced to more than 13 years in jail for “abusing” migrant laws.
Workers in France launched a day of strikes and mass demonstrations on Tuesday of this week.
In a serious attack on academic freedom, Bristol University has sacked one of its professors of sociology, David Miller.
A young Jewish woman finds herself drawn into the murky world of Britain’s Nazis—and a side of the 60s that some would rather forget
This is the story of Blairism as Tony Blair himself would like it to be told
Christmas serves the same purpose for both the music and chocolate industries—it’s a chance to unload tonnes of regurgitated crap
Nobody wants to take the blame for fuel shortages, empty shelves and rising prices.
Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group, which owns Sports Direct, rammed a £100 million bonus scheme through its annual general meeting, despite even shareholders revolting.