Dated: 23 Nov 2021
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Johnson posed as being on the side of ordinary people who voted for Brexit. But now there are signs that this is breaking down.
Rafiq’s testimony blows apart Tory lies
Workers will walk out at 58 universities
The jailings are an attack on all of us
It's another power grab by Priti Patel
Late on 26 February 1956 Donald Carr and six of his cricket team-mates put on masks, slipped into the Services Hotel in Peshawar and gagged the Pakistani umpire, Idris Bai.
Midwives are on the march across Britain
The cost of living has risen at the fastest rate in ten years, forcing millions of people into financial hardship.
The EU’s racist border regime has blocked thousands of refugees at the Polish-Belarusian border in recent weeks
Workers must confront the regime
Over 70 protests took place across Britain on Sunday
The Sudanese revolts face a test
Workers had their pay cut 25 percent in real terms over the past ten years.
Around 90 DHL drivers and warehouse workers based in Bellshill near Glasgow are set to strike over pay and working conditions.
The Tories faced public anger last week over their decision to axe sections of the high speed rail project, HS2. Ministers had promised HS2 would improve transport links for some of the worst connected places in Britain.
Workers at the Sage care home in north London have won a pay rise after striking and waging a high profile campaign for more than a year.
The level of destruction is up 22 percent from what it was in 2020
Home secretary Priti Patel wants to whip up a sense of “crisis” over refugees
Battles are coming over conditions and pay
The Tories are set to outlaw support for Palestinian resistance group Hamas.
Anwar Ditta, a heroic anti-racist campaigner, died last week. Socialist Worker remembers her most crucial battle and reprints an interview with her from 1981
Two ballots over pay and conditions
Two disputes over safety and pay
John was sacked in September after taking a stand against racism
Boris Johnson won't fix social care.
Those who wanted “push backs” to deter migrants with the threat of death now have what they wanted.
Tenants in east London are fighting back
Militant protests have shown the hard right prime minister can be defeated
A far right lawyer who wants to crack down on indigenous people and migrants will face a former student leader in Chile’s presidential elections run-off next month.
The far right is gaining from frustration over how governments deal with Covid, argues Yuri Prasad
Rising prices are hitting workers’ living standards.
The borderlands between Russia and the European Union have become an immediate zone of potential conflict and even war
African socialists Stanley Sithole, Narh Tei-Kumadoe, Naa Adjeley Laryea, Edmore Chinondidyachii Rujato and Munya Gwisai assess the life of Congo’s Patrice Lumumba
Cricketer Azeem Rafiq sharing his harrowing experiences of racism at Yorkshire County Cricket Club has helped unmask institutional racism both within the sport, and wider society.
Dear Future Children follows the lives and stories of three young activists from around the world
There’s music and comedy in Reggie Yates’s film—but it’s the simple, well written story that makes it worth watching
Dying to Divorce follows Ipek Bozkurt, a lawyer, who works with activists to get justice for survivors of assaults
Vaccine patents need to go. No to monopolies in a pandemic
Moves to make Zionism and the state of Israel untouchable are ultimately at the expense of Jews and our safety
Barclays bank is under pressure over the £2.4 million it handed to departing chief executive Jes Staley.