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Ordinary people across Europe have reacted with horror to the plight of refugees fleeing the Syrian civil war and other conflicts—and sent solidarity. David Cameron reacted with callous cynicism.
The National Gallery workers are entering their second month of all-out strike, reports Nick Clark
Some 400 anti-racists gathered in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, last Saturday to oppose the Nazi Britain First group and remember a murdered Muslim man.
Up to 1,500 Palestine solidarity campaigners marched through Cardiff last Saturday as the Israeli football team played Wales in the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
MPs were set to debate a private members’ bill on Friday of this week that would legalise assisted dying.
Why is this happening at what can we do to solve it? Nick Clark answers your questions
David Cameron can expect an angry welcome when he heads north next month
The Tories’ Trade Union Bill 2015 is “seeking to undermine the rights of all working people”, human rights groups argued on Monday of this week.
March for Sheku Bayoh; water and catering workers ballot; Pizza Express workers score victory; airpotrt workers walk out; and Sotheby's Two protest
Bus workers in Cardiff struck against low pay on Wednesday and Saturday of last week.
Around 500 EDF energy workers struck at sites in London and across southern and western England on Wednesday of last week.
NUT union members at Bluecoat School in Coventry struck on Thursday of last week against attacks on working conditions.
National Museum of Wales workers struck for a further two days last weekend.
The Tories’ solution to the Syrian crisis is assassination.
“Refugees welcome here” protests will be held across Britain this Saturday. In London demonstrators will assemble at 12 noon at Marble Arch and march to Downing Street.
The election for general secretary of the Unison union is underway. And the campaign of John Burgess, a left wing challenger to the current leadership, has got off to a flying start.
A 10-day strike by Doncaster council workers planned for Friday of last week was suspended at the 11th hour following a dramatic climbdown by bosses. Plus short stories on the fight for Barnet libraries and pay deal at Scottish councils.
The RMT union has suspended strikes set for this week on the London Underground. The union said bosses made new proposals at talks.
Protesters blocked a jeep on its way to an arms fair in east London on Monday of this week.
Traffic wardens in Camden, central London, walked out for four days on Wednesday of last week.
Protesters blocked roads in Liverpool on Friday of last week because a construction firm will not hire blacklisted workers.
Fresh inquests resumed last week into the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans who died as a result of the Hillsborough disaster.
The Department of Health was forced to spend £1.2 billion in 2014/15 bailing out NHS providers facing financial meltdown, as hospitals reeled from cuts and privatisation.
Some 800 people blocked the road outside Downing Street today, Wednesday, as Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu visited London.
Construction workers have turned a three hour stoppage into a three day unofficial strike at Sellafield in Cumbria.
Ordinary people in towns and cities across Britain will hold events tomorrow, Saturday, in solidarity with refugees.
The news as it happens
The Socialist Worker's Party has released a statment on the election of Jeremy Corbyn:
With just days to go before a new election in Greece, the left wing Syriza party is rapidly losing ground.
Turkey assault on Kurds, strike in India, Guatemala ruler jailed, health march in Galicia
Syrian socialist Joseph Daher spoke to Socialist Worker about what the solution in Syria could be.
The refugees shut out to die by Fortress Europe have refused to go quietly. Borders were temporarily opened last week as anti-migrant governments tried and failed to hold them back.
Farid has come more than 3,000 miles from Syria to the “jungle” in the French port town Calais. He spoke to Socialist Worker about the refugees’ struggle to find safety.
To defeat the Tory Trade Union Bill we will need more from union leaders than fighting rhetoric, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
It's been a dramatic summer—Greece, the European refugee crisis, Jeremy Corbyn. But the big story for the world economy has been the collapse of the Chinese stock market. Since peaking in June, falling share prices have wiped £3 trillion off its value.
A Stand Up To Racism convoy took solidarity and supplies to refugees in Calais last weekend.
Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign to be Labour leader has inspired people who want a better world—and uniting in struggle can help us to win it, argues Charlie Kimber
Writer Elliot Kerrigan’s new BBC sitcom Boy Meets Girl is a funny take on human and sexual relationships.
No Colour Bar; Dissemble; Beauty Behind the Madness
David Cameron suffered his first defeat in the House of Commons on Monday of this week just four months after the general election.
There is a sea change sweeping through British politics. The cruel scapegoating of refugees has briefly paused.
Bernie Passingham was a leading figure in the 1968 Ford women sewing-machinists’ strike.
John Alexander, who was Dorset Socialists’ oldest member, died recently at the age of 91.
This week's letters include readers' thoughts on the US presidential elections, Greece, mental health cuts and Trident
Should we limit how many migrants are allowed in?
Dave Sewell looks at how Western imperialism and the crushing of the Syrian revolution are now forcing thousands to flee—and what the real alternative is