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Right wing attacks on Labour Party leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn and his policies haven’t stopped his support growing.
Firefighters and control room staff in Essex were set to begin a rolling programme of strikes this week against cuts that will wreck the county’s fire service.
Around 70 people demonstrated last Saturday against the victimisation of trade unionists working at Sotheby’s auction house.
A firefighter has won her tribunal against Cambridgeshire fire bosses after a judge found her dismissal to be an “irrational and perverse exercise”.
More than 1,000 people joined the 30th annual Pride march in Cardiff, South Wales, last Saturday.
The unison union has begun the process to elect a new general secretary.
Friction over cuts at BBC Asian Network | Indesit workers in better pay battle | Refuse staff kick up stink in Bromley | Unite calls off EDF action for talks | Stansted Airport workers strike | Defend UCU union activist Gary Duke
Moazzam Begg spoke at a campaign meeting for Munir Farooqi, currently serving four life sentences after being convicted of terrorism offences, in Manchester lastSunday
Activists across Britain are gearing up for a week of protest outside the Tory Party conference in Manchester in October.
Friday saw the rank and file construction workers protest at all four gates of the ICI Wilton chemical works in Redcar, Teesside. This was to demand one rate for all workers as bosses try to get Romanian workers against other construction workers.
Tory minister Matthew Hancock has ramped up the assault on welfare with plans to force young unemployed people into “boot camps”.
Fares rise faster than wages | No books for Birmingham libraries | DWP made up statements | Cops can't search
Tube workers in London were set to strike on Tuesday and Thursday of next week against attacks on conditions, health and safety and jobs.
Workers at the National Gallery in central London, the National Museum of Wales and National Galleries of Scotland are set to strike together next Saturday.
The Labour Party establishment was resorting to desperate measures in a bid to block Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign as ballot papers went out for the leadership election this week.
A vibrant 1,000-strong Merseyside Unite Against Fascism (UAF) demonstration marched through Liverpool city centre and stopped the Nazi "White Man March" on Saturday | Up to 100 protested in Walsall against the racist English Defence League (EDL) last Saturday.
The number of NHS operations that are cancelled has hit a 13-year high, reveal new figures from NHS England.
A children’s charity has said that child sexual exploitation (CSE) is continuing in Rotherham, South Yorkshire—and that most of the abusers are white.
David Cameron announced plans to “fast-track” fracking after the Tories’ plan to roll out fracking failed to take off.
Helicopter pilots to take strike action over offshore helicopter operator redundancies in the North Sea.
Yarl’s Wood immigration detention centre is a “place of national concern”, according to a new report by chief inspector of prisons Nick Howard.
People in Britain are organising solidarity with the Calais refugees in response to the politicians’ and media’s racist attacks.
Around 100 protesters gathered by the US Embassy in central London last Saturday to mark the first anniversary of Mike Brown’s death in Ferguson.
Two men have been charged with assaulting 81 year old Mushin Ahmed on 10 August in the Eastwood area of Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
An appeal hearing into the dismissal of PCS union rep Candy Udwin upheld the National Gallery bosses’ decision today, Wednesday.
Up to 50 people rallied on the National Gallery picket line in central London this Friday evening, as support for the all-out strike against privatisation grows.
The glaring contradiction in Greece’s government is producing a political crisis.
Eight civilians died in a US strike on Atmeh, northern Syria, last week.
A series of massive explosions shook Tianjin, north east China, on Wednesday of last week. Chinese media reported that the blasts burned an area of some 20,000 square metres.
Indigenous groups and trade unions across Ecuador came together in a national day of strikes, road blocks and protests on Thursday of last week.
Hundreds of thousands of people protested in Brazil last Sunday for the impeachment of left leaning president Dilma Rousseff.
Leading South African Amcu miners’ union activist Makhanya Siphamandla was due to start trial this week. He is charged with attempted murder.
Palestinian prisoner Mohammed Allan is in danger of dying after spending more than 60 days on hunger strike.
Refugees fleeing Syria’s civil war are facing new dangers as they approach Greece’s islands from Turkey.
On the 75th anniversary of the assassination of the Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky, Sue Caldwell asks if his ideas can help activists fighting for another world today
The fight at the National Gallery has entered a crucial stage—and the need for solidarity with the striking workers is greater than ever.
Director John Haddrell told Socialist Worker about how he’s updated a play about Kosovan refugees, Hannah and Hanna, to respond to racism today
German photographer Rut Blees Luxemburg has lived, worked and made art about London’s changing urban landscape since the 1990s.
The guest curator of this year’s Meltdown Festival at London’s Southbank Centre is music legend David Byrne.
Right wing attacks on Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership bid have created a daily debate about the nature and purpose of the party.
An horrific bomb attack on a Hindu shrine in Thailand killed 22 people and injured 123 on Monday of this week.
Peter Mortimer, a member of Barnsley Socialist Workers Party (SWP), has died aged 78.
Comrades will be saddened to learn of the untimely death of Andy Smalley.
Includes letters on Cuba-US relations, GM crops ban, defending abortion rights and more.
The week's news in their own words
Troublemaker is shocked to find that some bosses and peers are very greedy, and that Amazon treats its workers badly. However it is a relief to see Ukip taking a stand against extremism in pub gardens
Tube workers have fought back against the Tories’ agenda. The two 24-hour shutdowns in July and August showed the power unions have to resist.