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Chancellor George Osborne has claimed that his budget will help ordinary people.
As voting begins for general secretary of Britain’s biggest union, rank and file candidate Jerry Hicks spoke to Dave Sewell about his vibrant campaign
The Unison union is recommending that local government workers in Scotland reject a below-inflation pay offer of 1 percent.
The government has announced that around 60 percent of NHS workers will be offered a measly 1 percent pay rise.
Abortion Rights hosted a 50-strong public meeting in London last Saturday with speakers from the north and south of Ireland.
Over 200 women trade unionists gathered for the TUC women’s conference last week.
BBC Scotland workers in the NUJ union were set to strike on Friday of this week and Monday of next week.
Visteon pensioners march for justice - DLR train stoppage for cleaners’ wages - Say no to low pay offer on the buses - Harsh welcome for Lib Dems in Dundee - Tories make mass sackings easier
Activists gathered for the annual general meeting of the Anti Academies Alliance on Saturday of last week.
Three suspended workers at London Metropolitan University were reinstated last week.
They called on Tory education secretary Michael Gove to resign.
Protests against the Nazis in the last week
As one of the racist killers of Stephen Lawrence stops claiming to be innocent, evidence has emerged that the Home Office tried to block the inquiry
The family of Ricky Reel has said it has been contacted by a new witness who says Ricky was murdered.
Climate change lessons cut - Rioter’s prison death inquest - Patients could pay for food - More people now poorer
Some 250,000 civil service workers were set to strike on Wednesday of this week to defend their pay, pensions and conditions.
The NUT and NASUWT teaching unions have announced a joint programme of action to defend teachers’ pay, pensions and workload.
Over 200 people met in Sheffield for a South Yorkshire Unite the Resistance conference on Saturday of last week.
The Tories want to fine people in social and council housing that have ‘spare’ rooms in their homes. But people are refusing to take the attacks lying down, writes?Dave Sewell
More than 300 people demonstrated in Clapham, south London, on Saturday of last week against the planned closure of Clapham fire station.
Workers at HM Revenue & Customs at London’s Euston Tower walked out on Friday of last week after bosses announced the closure of 281 enquiry centres.
A quarter of a million workers struck today, Wednesday, against cuts in the civil service.
Huge corporations who make billions in profits will pay the same tax rate as the people who clean their offices.
Hundreds of striking civil service workers in the PCS union and their supporters gathered outside parliament today, Wednesday, to "boo at the budget".
People in southern Cyprus woke last Saturday to news that money would be lifted from their bank accounts to pay for a bailout of the country’s two biggest banks.
People in Zimbabwe, southern Africa, voted overwhelmingly to accept a new constitution last weekend.
Italy’s ruling class is in disarray.
Almost 50 people have been arrested in Brooklyn, New York, after attending a peace vigil in memory of 16 year old Kimani Gray.
Tunisia saw huge protests on Saturday of last week to mark 40 days since the assassination of opposition politician Chokri Belaid in February.
David Cameron threatened to break the European arms embargo on sending military aid to Syria on Friday of last week.
John Parrington looks at the consequences of the growth in antibiotic resistant bacteria
Quite a lot of fuss was made because an elderly Argentinean caught a bus last week. It was a symbol of new times, of change, of a new humility in the Catholic church.
Cross party agreement introduced obscure legislation to regulate the press this week.
Socialist Worker examines why Ed Miliband and the Labour Party are so quick to join the growing anti-migrant panic pushed by the Tories and Ukip
Poorer tenants and their supporters across Britain are fighting the Tories’ hated bedroom tax. Here are just ten reasons why you should join them
Danny Dorling spoke to Socialist Worker about his new book 32 Stops and what the Central Line tells us about the growing inequality in Britain today
This documentary looks at the lives of immigrants who have begun life in Britain at either end of the A5 road.
This is the true story of Giorgio Perlasca, who hid thousands of Jews from the Nazis.
Sisterhood and After: an oral history of the Women’s Liberation Movement | Being an alien: Family sculpture workshop
Only two weeks ago the media was full of talk that the coalition was cracking.
Hundreds of thousands of workers could lose billions more pounds from their pensions and pay because of a shift in inflation measures.
Beating college bosses, the new pope, the Falklands and Ukip
Politicians in their own words
Why Britain is suddenly short of schools and energy firms' perks and Lords lunches
George Osborne wants to protect British banking from reform and preserve a system that’s stacked against ordinary people, writes Sadie Robinson