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Growing resistance among junior doctors is blocking NHS attacks, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
‘Deeply insulting and not grown up’
The Tories’ Immigration Bill scapegoats migrants while Syrian refugees suffer, writes Ken Olende
As the Scottish National Party (SNP) conference gets underway this week, key manifesto pledges and the integrity of its MPs are firmly under the microscope.
A police officer on duty during the Hillsborough disaster has denied deliberately lying in his statement.
Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn have launched a new initiative to galvanise the enthusiasm generated during his leadership campaign.
The Tories want to push forward with proposals to join the US in bombing Syria. They claim this will stop the rise of Isis and make Britain safer.
Barnet council workers in north London struck against outsourcing on Wednesday of last week.
We have an opportunity to win significant change in Unison and put up a real fight against the Tories.
Refuse workers in the GMB union in Norfolk are preparing to take on bosses’ attacks on working conditions.
The NHS is heading for a £2?billion deficit. New figures from health watchdog Monitor show that the NHS “overspent” by £930 million in three months.
Traffic wardens in Hackney, east London, have won the London Living Wage of £9.15 an hour and new talks over pay after calling a five-day strike.
National Museum of Wales workers are set to begin strikes across seven sites on Tuesday of next week.
Some 300 people protested against library closures in Lambeth, south London, on Monday of this week.
Ambulance workers in Scotland have voted overwhelmingly for an official strike ballot.
A Yemeni Muslim family in Birmingham have told Socialist Worker they were harassed by police who then tried to recruit their son as an informant.
Trade unionists were set to protest and rally in parliament on Tuesday of this week as the Tories’ Trade Union Bill moved to committee stage.
Redcar ovens shutdown; Royal Mail selloff; black people tasered more; and Rotherham cop pleads guilty
More than 2,000 people rallied in Parliament Square last Saturday against proposals for a third runway at London Heathrow airport.
Around 450 people joined an anti-Nazis demonstration in Preston on Saturday.
More than 20,000 junior doctors and their supporters marched through central London yesterday, Saturday.
Around 700 people from across Rotherham attended the funeral of grandfather Mushin Ahmed on Friday of last week.
Some of the biggest construction companies could have to pay out tens of millions of pounds in damages.
Up to 20 Freedom Riders lobbied the South Yorkshire Transport Committee in Barnsley on Monday, demanding no further cuts to concessionary travel in 2016/17.
DLR pay strike | Northern Rail walkout | fast food organising | Stansted scanner operators strike | climate conference
Birmingham strike to stop academy, Open University protests, students defend grants, lobby to defend Esol, occupation at Soas
More than 2,000 protesters formed a human chain across the iconic Forth Road Bridge in Scotland last Sunday.
Anti-fascists from around Europe met in Greece last week and called a day of protests on Saturday 19 March.
Up to 250,000 people marched through Berlin last Saturday against the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
Protests are growing for the immediate release of Shaker Aamer, the last British resident held in US prison camp Guantanamo Bay.
Strikes and protests gripped Turkey on Monday and Tuesday of this week in response to the bombing of a peace march last Saturday—and the government’s attempts to deflect blame.
David Cameron has said that Jeremy Corbyn has a “Britain-hating ideology”. He meant that Corbyn disagrees with him on the need to wage bloody wars.
The upsurge of radicalism that won women the vote is well worth celebrating. But, Judith Orr argues, it was more than a movement led by the middle classes seen in the new film Suffragette. It involved a mass movement of thousands of working class women fighting for their class
In 1945 Pan-African nationalists met in Manchester to debate the fight against racism and imperialism. Only 200 people attended the event. But the meeting helped plant the seeds of revolt across a continent, writes Ken Olende
The late Henning Mankell’s Wallander stories built on social realism—but the genre’s roots lie in a Marxist critique of Sweden, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Diffusion 2015: Looking for America; Invisible Heroes; and South London Shorts
Bungling baron George Osborne was set to push through a fiscal charter in parliament this week.
The European Union (EU) referendum campaigns are an unappealing bunch.
Warmongers look for fresh excuses to wreak mayhem. Also: students and anti-racism, supporting refugees
Oh my Lords! The meetings and the shares stay secret
Successes in building links with refugees and local people can be a model for others, writes Margaret Woods of Glasgow Campaign to Welcome Refugees