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Over 100 refugees at Harmondsworth immigration detention centre near Heathrow airport have gone on hunger strike.
Day of action for Fast Food Rights | Cardiff march takes on 40 Days for Life | TUC remembers Claudia Jones | ITV workers could ballot over pay | Globe workers want a better pay deal
More than 11,000 people have signed a petition against adult education funding cuts.
Refuse workers in the GMB union at Barking and Dagenham council could strike if the council refuses to reverse cuts.
Around 80 people attended the national construction rank and file meeting in Glasgow last Saturday.
Also: Four day strike called at Barnsley College; ballot against sackings at University of Salford
Chile students win on fees | Boko Haram and military clash | Egyptian regime hangs protester
Senior police officers met two days after the Hillsborough disaster and drew up a plan to blame Liverpool fans for the crush, an inquest has heard.
Questions are being raised about cash hoarded by Scottish college bosses during a time of unprecedented cuts to further education (FE) funding.
The Tories’ promise to build 500 new free schools if they win the election would be a disaster, writes Sadie Robinson
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) will stand candidates in May’s general election to put forward an alternative to racism and austerity.
Some 1,300 people attended the Green Party spring conference in Liverpool last weekend. It was the largest conference the Greens have ever held.
More than a third of staff at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) face losing their jobs over the next five years if the Tories are elected in May.
Porters strike over pay in Dundee | Woolwich wage walkout suspended | Support Charlotte Monro at tribunal
Some 1,000 people joined a march last Saturday in Hatfield, Doncaster, marking 30 years since the march back to work that ended the 1984-85 Miners’ Strike.
RMT union urges 17,000 staff at Network Rail to reject deal | Meetings build pay campaign on London buses | Tube workers discuss "pitiful" offer | Strikers defend diabetic driver
Emergency 999 control operators in Essex have stepped up their fight with Fire and Rescue bosses by beginning an eight-day walkout on Tuesday of this week.
Tenants and supporters have occupied a newly empty house on the Sweets Way estate in Barnet, north London.
Workers at the National Gallery in London have voted to escalate their action in opposition to bosses’ privatisation plans with a further seven days of strikes.
Election news from Portsmouth, Edinburgh and Barnsley
More than 20,000 people marched through central London last Saturday demanding urgent action to tackle climate change.
Politicians and the media are ramping up Islamophobia and racism against migrants in the run-up to May’s general election.
Around 500 anti-fascists marched through Manchester city centre against the racist English Defence League (EDL) last Saturday.
The parents of three London teenagers assumed to have travelled to Syria to join Isis have demanded a formal apology from the police.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage was finally forced to speak about the racist party’s immigration policy last week.
Our rulers want us to panic about the fact that more Romanians and Bulgarians are coming to Britain.
Three linked events threw some light on allegations of child abuse by the rich and powerful and their attempts to cover it up.
Strike against big budget cuts | Cells a ‘default option’ for care | New rules limit access to travel | Care watchdog slams Barnet
Match commander David Duckenfield has accepted responsibility for some of the police failings during the Hillsborough football disaster.
Striking emergency 999 control operators in Essex were defiant on their picket line today, Friday, after they escalated their walkout to nine days.
Relatives of fans who died as a result of the Hillsborough disaster walked out of inquests into their deaths in disgust yesterday, Friday, as cop apologises and admits "far-reaching deceit".
Health workers in two Athens hospitals were set to walk out on Wednesday of this week and march on the Ministry of Health.
Protests erupted in Madison, Wisconsin, last weekend following the police killing of another unarmed black man.
British foreign secretary Philip Hammond has said that the West will impose more sanctions on Russia if separatist forces in Ukraine launch another offensive.
Raymie Kiernan reports from Scottish Labour’s special conference in Edinburgh
Vincent Sung looks at the contradictions in Hong Kong’s Umbrella movement and some of the challenges it faces in the future
Binyamin Netanyahu's visit to Congress illustrates the complex relationship between the US and Israel, writes Alex Callinicos.
After the referendum shook up Scotland, council cuts and a general election have got workers asking who will stand up for the poorest, writes Raymie Kiernan
Stathis Kouvelakis, a leading figure on the left of the Greek radical left party Syriza, argues it has made mistakes but is still our best hope for change.
Film review. Also, review of exhibition Ghosts: how we live in the future
Public Service Broadcasting's concept album is a surprising success that lives up to its lofty subject matter
Beautifully produced new book In Loving Memory of Work records the Great Miners’ Strike through its art, design and photographs, writes TUSC candidate for Barnsley Central Dave Gibson
The war of the billboard posters has begun and the media is stuffed with arguments about the TV election debates.
Comrades were saddened to learn of the recent death of Marie McGorrigan.
Thanks for solidarity from released South Africans, fighting canal evictions, causes of child abuse and Palestine protest at Glasgow University
International Women’s Day was a chance to celebrate—or patronise, depending on your view—women’s achievements.
The right wing press say that the Oxfordshire abuse scandal is about race. But once again a report has slammed authorities’ attitudes, writes Sadie Robinson