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How does privileged prime minister David Cameron have the nerve to tell company directors that “put simply—it’s time Britain had a pay rise”?
Most media coverage of the Rotherham child abuse scandal has focused on “Asian gangs”. Yet a new report is another damning indictment of the local council and South Yorkshire Police (SYP).
Short news stories on cuts causing homelessness, billions spent on Trident, defending abortion rights and the Cardiff Three
London bus drivers were set to strike again in their battle for equal pay with the capital’s 18 bus operators and Transport for London (TfL) on Friday of this week and Monday of next week.
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) will be standing parliamentary candidates across Britain in May’s general election.
There is a growing debate among socialists in Britain about how to build the alternative to the cuts that the poor want and need, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
A new report by the Kings Fund health charity has damned the Tories’ NHS reforms in England.
National Gallery workers in London completed a five-day strike last Saturday.
Cleaners’ Bafta pay demo for living wage | M25 workers go for weekly walkouts | ITV action could hit election coverage | Brighton bins get set to walk again | Strike ballot at East Sussex waste firm
Justice campaigners and activists attended a conference on police corruption, spying and racism in London last weekend.
Cops in London are demanding climate change protesters fork out thousands of pounds for private security on a march next month.
Defence Support Group (DSG) workers in the Unite union were voting on a new pay offer as Socialist Worker went to press.
A protest was set to take place outside Southwark council’s cabinet meeting on Tuesday of this week, against plans to demolish south London’s Aylesbury estate.
In a few months the Tories are set to force through plans for firefighters to face the sack or lose up to half their pension if they do not retain levels of fitness before retirement age.
Support is building for the planned four-day strike at Barnsley College, set to take place from Monday 23 February.
Also: Conference blasts plan for 3,000 new academies
The need for a raging protest against racism was pushed home last week as David Cameron stepped up his scapegoating of migrants.
Also: National Libraries Day protests and a "smart" rally in Manchester
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras laid out his government’s policy on Sunday of last week, as parliament opened for the first time since the elections.
Oil refinery workers in the United States have walked out in their first national strike in 35 years.
The regime in Jordan claims to have carried out at least 56 airstrikes on Islamist group Isis since last Thursday.
At least 30 Egyptians died on Sunday after police attacked Zamalek football fans at the Air Force stadium in New Cairo.
The Stonewall Riots of 1969 heralded the birth of the fight for LGBT liberation in the US and Britain says Ellie May.
The civil war in Ukraine has several dimensions. The first is the fighting on the ground. This is escalating despite last September’s Minsk ceasefire agreement, which was supposed to end it.
Migrant workers from many countries took part in London’s bus strike last week. Strikers told Raymie Kiernan about why they came to Britain, what their lives are really like—and how they fight to defend their rights at work and drive up pay for everyone
As a new television drama looks at British rule in India, Nick Clark looks at the exploitation, famines and massacres that were the brutal reality of the Empire
The Royal Academy is hosting an exhibition on Peter Paul Rubens. His art celebrated wealth and power in the face of Reformation, argues Noel Halifax
No Manifesto follows the career of rock band the Manic Street Preachers. It covers from the time that they met in school in South Wales to the release of 2009 album Journal for Plague Lovers.
All the tracks on the album were written or recorded by Frank Sinatra.
Turn on the news, and it can seem like everyone’s against you. There’s smarmy Tory prime minister David Cameron boasting that conditions for the bosses had “not been this good for a long time”.
The Rotherham abuse scandal has led some to celebrate Britain’s “progressive” society.
Defending Luthfur Rahman, continuing debates on Labour and no platform, and the need to fight fracking and climate change
Most people will be understandably horrified by Isis’s latest atrocity, the burning alive of Jordanian military pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh.
‘One of my favourite moments of the past five years was at a brick factory in Accrington’
A dozen Tory donors are up to £15 million better off thanks to George Osborne’s tax cuts for the wealthy.
The Islamophobic Prevent Strategy, which demands that workers in the public sector spy on Muslims, is set to become law. Ken Olende explains what the counter-terrorism bill will mean