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TUSC and Left Unity parliamentary candidate for Bethnal Green and Bow Glyn Robbins slams the Tories' latest housing scam
Porters in Dundee are the second set of workers to start an indefinite walkout, reports Raymie Kiernan
As Glasgow’s homelessness caseworkers enter the third week of their indefinite strike over pay grading, solidarity is growing and they are having an impact.
Socialists are building resistance to austerity and racism with election campaigns, reports Nick Clark
Carlo Morelli is the TUSC parliamentary candidate for Dundee East.
Karon Monaghan QC, representing Kingsley’s two former partners, asked Allen why the decision was taken to restrain Kingsley when he wasn’t being aggressive.
Some 50 justice campaigners gathered outside HMP Wakefield on 5 April in support of Munir Farooqi, a victim of a serious miscarriage of justice.
Supporters of RMT union cleaners’ rep Clara Osagiede were set to rally on Wednesday of this week in support of an appeal against her sacking.
A former council tenant in Newham, east London, re-occupied her former home last Saturday with the help of supporters in the Focus E15 housing campaign.
The last households on the Sweets Way estate in Barnet, north London, were expecting the High Court bailiffs to evict them as Socialist Worker went to press.
Over 200 demonstrators gathered outside Harmondsworth Immigration Detention Centre, near Heathrow airport last Saturday to demand the closure of all detention centres
Packaging workers set for more strikes | Organising against council health cuts | Day of Dissent to combat trade deal | Steel unions plan pensions ballot | Bus workers to meet over pay talks
Health workers met in Liverpool this week as a new survey revealed the severe crisis gripping the NHS.
Nigel Farage faced two protests last Saturday as the fight against Ukip gathers pace, writes Sadie Robinson
Student occupiers from University of Arts London (UAL) were protesting outside the Royal Courts of Justice in central London as Socialist Worker went to press.
Hundreds of protesters blockaded the Faslane naval base in Scotland on Monday of this week.
Workers are organising against the outsourcing of casualised staff at Warwick university. They are resisting Teach Higher—a separate company set up by Warwick university-owned Warwick Employment Group.
National Gallery workers in central London have called a further six strike days in their fight with management over privatisation.
Workers at Bromley Council, in south London, held two days of strikes last week to stop the wholesale privatisation of services.
Some 450 people attended the Social Work Action Network (Swan) conference in Paisley last weekend.
Activists in the Fast Food Rights Campaign were gearing up for a day of action set to take place on Wednesday of this week.
Former head of the Metropolitan Police Lord Stevens is to be investigated over claims he did not pass documents to the Stephen Lawrence inquiry.
Workers at Greenwich college in south east London struck today, Wednesday, against new contracts
The Saudis are leading the attack because they want to stop the growth of a rival regional power. The Saudi coalition is backed by the US, which is trying to reassert its influence
Greece’s public sector union federation ADEDY has called a four-hour strike on Monday of next week so workers can rally outside the trial of the fascist Golden Dawn.
French workers join mass demos | Climate march held in Quebec | US cop charged with murder
Michael Lavalette visited refugee camps in the West Bank and spoke to young people brutalised by the Israeli Defence Force
Several thousand people demonstrated against homophobia in Berlin on Sunday of last week—and resisted attempts to pit LGBT people and Muslims against each other.
Socialists should use the elections to build a clear and unashamed socialist alternative to austerity and racism, argues Charlie Kimber
A new book, Celebrating CLR James in Hackney, recalls grassroots campaigns against racism in east London and reprints documents and interviews
While socialists argue that only mass working class action can bring about radical change, elections are still important in building workers’ struggle, argues Nick Clark
There’s a nasty agenda behind the Tories’ plans to test children as young as four. They will set children and schools up for failure while robbing vital education funds to give to big firms. But there is resistance, writes Sadie Robinson
As the fifth series of Game of Thrones hits our screens, Ken Olende looks at how the brutal world it depicts has attracted such a widespread following
Modern day jazz artists Jose James and Cassandra Wilson have both released Billie Holiday cover albums.
How do I look? | A World to Win: Posters of Protest and Revolution |
The main parties’ manifesto launches underline that need for a socialist challenge to austerity and racism during the election campaign—and even more afterwards.
The Labour leadership hung its Blairite Scottish leader Jim Murphy out to dry this week and essentially gave up in Scotland.
Leading on the counter-revolution driving the bloody conflict in Yemen and including letters on how we can by fighting and Jim Murphy
The growth of food banks is directly linked to benefit cuts such as sanctions.
Plans to merge NHS and social care in Manchester won’t empower patients or carers but drive the market even deeper into health