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Tens of thousands of people rallied outside the Greek parliament on Monday of this week.
An investigation into child abuse in Rotherham, south Yorkshire, has identified “hundreds” of suspects including one former and one current councillor.
Nazi Zack Davies was found guilty last week of the attempted murder of dentist Dr Sarandev Bhambra in Mold, Flintshire, in January.
The Four Fridas; Amy; Magician: The Astonishing Life and Works of Orson Welles
Tory prime minister David Cameron pledged last week to make Britain a “less easy place for illegal migrants to come to and work in”.
The Azelle Rodney trial has heard evidence from the cop accused of his 2005 murder.
Anti-fascist protest in Luton; Nazi arrest; lawyers set to strike; Manchester housing protest; warehouse workers' ballot to strike
Striking National Gallery workers sent a message to bosses last week, “We are not going away.”
Newsquest journalists in south London suspended their ten-day strike a day early “as a sign of goodwill” ahead of talks with bosses as Socialist Worker went to press.
UCU union members at Bradford College struck on Tuesday of this week against compulsory redundancies.
Workers in the Unison union at London Metropolitan University struck again on Thursday of last week against plans to slash jobs and impose up to 165 compulsory redundancies.
Right wing and liberal parties were set to protest the day after Monday’s protests against the deal. Their main demand is for the referendum to be cancelled.
About 150 teachers attended the third annual NUT Supply Teachers Conference last Saturday to join discussions on how to organise in the sector.
NUT union members at George Monoux College were set to begin a two-day strike on Wednesday of this week in defence of two sacked teachers.
Parents and council workers are up in arms over Glasgow City Council’s latest cuts plan.
Janner could face abuse trial | Council cuts target babies | New attack on NHS spending
The NUT union suspended planned strikes for talks this week at two schools in Newham, east London.
The TUC has called a national demonstration outside the Tory Party conference in Manchester on 4 October.
Inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans who died as a result of the 1989 disaster are continuing to hear evidence about fans’ last movements.
About 90 socialists, trade unionists and community campaigners attended the first Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition conference since the May general election in Glasgow last Saturday.
As the Tories prepare to unleash obscene levels of cuts to welfare spending Dave Sewell talks to a disabled activist about resisting the impact of their assault on disability benefits
Tube workers in the RMT union have voted by 91 percent to strike over pay and the introduction of Night Tube. TSSA members voted to strike by three to one. Unite had not announced its results as Socialist Worker went to press.
Glasgow homelessness caseworkers are supporting a call to protest on Wednesday of next week when the Tory emergency budget is announced.
Councillors in Preston, Lancashire, voted against the return of fracking this week.
Workers at Network Rail have accepted a new two-year deal on pay.
Workers at the Scottish government-owned CalMac ferry company struck on Friday of last week, severely affecting Clyde and Hebrides ferry services.
Dundee hospital porters took on their bosses over low pay with a 13-week all-out strike – and they have won.
Cleaners and porters who work at Sotheby’s were suspended today, Thursday, for taking part in a protest yesterday for sick pay and against victimisation.
Hundreds of thousands of people crammed into central Athens' Syntagma Square last night, Friday, for the official no campaign's rally ahead of Sunday's austerity referendum.
The outcome of Greece’s referendum on a proposed new austerity package was balanced on a knife edge as polls opened this morning, Sunday.
Celebrations are breaking out all over Greece tonight, Sunday, as the results of today's referendum come in – with a resounding No to the EU and IMF’s proposed austerity package.
Many activists were buoyed by the US Supreme Court’s historic ruling on Friday of last week that legalised same sex marriage across the 50 states.
Shocking attacks carried out in the name of Islamist organisation Isis on Friday of last week killed 38 tourists in Tunisia and 27 Shia Muslims in Kuwait.
Banks were closed across Greece on Monday of this week in the run-up to a planned referendum on Sunday.
With just three days until Greece's austerity referendum, Europe’s rulers are ramping up their “project fear” about rejecting their latest deal.
Over 5,000 people joined the anti-capitalist left on a march through Athens last night, Thursday, calling for a no vote in Sunday's austerity referendum.
Cleaners in Athens and a dock workers' union secretary in the Piraeus port spoke to Dave Sewell about how the referendum is crucial to their struggles.
We’re only weeks into a new Tory government and predictably local newspaper bosses have been attacking journalists’ jobs. The industry has never been slow in making staff pay the price to maximise profits.
Socialist Worker answers four questions on the Greek crisis
Backing Jeremy Corbyn’s candidacy isn’t the same as endorsing the political project he represents, writes Alex Callinicos
Politicians argue that multiculturalism has meant migrants are ‘self-segregating’. Author Stephen Jivraj spoke to Socialist Worker about a new book demolishing that claim
The South African state’s official inquiry into the killing of 34 striking miners in 2012 has provoked shock and disbelief, Rehad Desai and Jim Nichol told Ken Olende
Channel 4’s new drama Not Safe for Work tries to make a point about working life in Britain today—but doesn’t quite pull it off.
This exhibition explores the influence of early scientific photography on modern and contemporary art
The Tories have set up a “hit squad” to combat strikes.
Despite attempts to whitewash government collusion, the official report into South Africa’s Marikana massacre taints the ruling African National Congress (ANC). Cops opened fire on striking miners in 2012, killing dozens.
Leading on Tory benefit policies add up to a death sentence for me and including the government's war on the poor in Scotland
This week's Troublemaker leads on the queen pocketing even more cash
Socialist Worker has argued for a vote against staying in the European Union in the coming referendum, but not everyone agrees. Readers give their views on how the left should vote