Dated: 29 Jul 2014
Search below by year or month.
Try our search to find a specific issue of Socialist Worker, or use the search at the top of the page to find a specific article.
Israel has blood on its hands. The murder of over 1,000 Palestinians in recent weeks is not its first massacre.
The families of Talha Ahsan and Babar Ahmad, British citizens extradited to the US in 2012 and recently sentenced, have never stopped fighting for their release.
A former police officer has said that some police attitudes towards fans during the Hillsborough football disaster flowed from a preoccupation with “public order”.
Police have admitted they may have used the body of Christopher Alder for “training purposes” for years after his family believed they had buried him.
New benefit cut for migrants, police dropped reported rapes, fees for claims help the bosses, bailout scam fine for Lloyds
More than 900 workers at Total’s Sullom Voe gas plant in the Shetland Isles downed tools on Wednesday of last week in a dispute over pay.
The Operation Herne report on the conduct of officers from Scotland Yard’s Special Demonstration Squad (SDS) is a whitewash.
Thousands of workers at Passport Offices around Britain struck on Monday of this week over poor pay and low staffing levels.
A new protest camp has caught the imagination of NHS campaigners around Britain, reports Annette Mackin
Civil service workers in the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) in Bootle, Merseyside, struck for six days from Friday of last week over privatisation.
Nearly 100 disabled and older people arrived at Barnsley Rail Station on Monday of this week for the latest Freedom Ride.
The Unison union has announced the next strike in the battle for public sector pay - in the middle of the Tory party conference
Three anti-fascists were held by police. Oxford UAF will campaign for any charges to be dropped.
Alexis Wearmouth is a UCU union rep for fractional teaching staff—employed on a fraction of a full contract. Activists accuse bosses of intervening to stop Alexis being re-hired there next year. But after the protest he has been shortlisted for interview.
Administrators sacked more than 1,200 people at Unipart Automotive last week, after the car parts supplier collapsed into insolvency.
The government opened up the license bidding process to frack shale gas in about half of Britain on Monday of this week.
Unite members at Tilbury docks in Essex are on their fifth week of an all-out strike. They are striking against their employer SCA Logistics’ attempts to drive down wages through zero hours contracts.
East Midlands Trains maintenance and engineering workers walked out for four days from last Sunday.
The Unite union and bosses at Northampton General Hospital have come to an agreement for biomedical scientists to return to work.
More than 1,000 workers ended a seven-day strike on Friday of last week. The walkout hit five Argos distribution hubs and was against a “12 point plan” of attacks on their contracts.
Protest for Charlie Reid Centre | Prisoner's protest over jail conditions | Journalist fury at job cuts
An eviction was stopped in Nottingham last week after more than 200 people protested outside the home of cancer patient Tom Crawford.
Care workers in Doncaster began a two-week strike on Tuesday of this week.
Between five and ten thousand people defied the police in Paris last Saturday and protested in solidarity with Palestinians.
Up to 100 Unison union members and their supporters protested outside Glasgow City Council Chambers and Kelvingrove Art Gallery last week.
Up to 100,000 people filled the streets of central London last Saturday in protest at Israel’s continuing assault on Gaza.
Care UK workers in Doncaster are fighting pay cuts so devastating that they have already made one woman worker homeless.
A firearms officer will be prosecuted for the murder of Azelle Rodney. The announcement is a huge blow for the Metropolitan Police.
As Israel's slaughter continues in Gaza, a national demonstration has been called in London for next Saturday.
Metal and engineering workers in South Africa ended their four-week strike this week having forced bosses to make major concessions.
Nigeria kills five at Gaza demo | Fresh clashes in eastern Ukraine | Libya descends further in chaos
Israel has killed over 1,000 people in its latest assault on Gaza—most of them civilians.
Weyman Bennett, joint secretary of Unite Against Fascism, says hard fought victories led to the BNP sacking its fuhrer Nick Griffin
There is a ghastly familiarity about Israel’s assault on Gaza. The scenes of carnage and destruction inflicted by the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) recall very similar scenes during Operation Cast Lead in 2008-9.
Activists talk to Adam Cochrane about the harsh reality of life under Israeli occupation
Beesan, an activist in the West Bank, spoke to Socialist Worker
Arab leaders condemn Israel. But their ties to Western imperialism mean they aren’t real allies in the fight for Palestinian liberation, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
When the film’s prequel Rise of the Planet of the Apes was released in 2011, there was a sense that it truly fitted the period.
Jeff Jackson argues the theatre adaptation of 1984 is brilliantly produced, but loses much of Orwell’s threatening power by missing a vital part of the book
The Mill series 2 on Channel 4 | The Edinburgh Fringe Festival | Bobby Womack in his own words
The world is recoiling in horror at Israel’s mass murder in Gaza. More than a million people have marched in anger around the globe. Even some of Israel’s staunchest backers have gone pale at the scale of the bloodshed.
The Tories are boasting that the British economy has bounced back to where it was before the economic crash.
Your views on FGM, the Games in Glasgow, compassionate leave, arms manufacturers, MoD jobs and more
The Troublemaker looks at some people on Putin's payroll that David Cameron might want to sanction, some politicians' junkets, a few crooked cops and some love nuggets
The Trojan Horse hoax in Birmingham subjected Muslims to a racist witch hunt—and the recent report is full of contradictions