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David Cameron wants to exploit the shock of the Paris attacks to start bombing Syria, reports Judith Orr
Labour members support their left wing leader—but the right is on the offensive again, warns?Nick Clark
The firefighters’ FBU union was set to meet on Friday of this week for a recall conference in Blackpool. Delegates were set to vote on whether or not to
As the French and Belgian states lock down after the attacks in Paris, protesters refuse to be silenced.
Library workers across Lambeth, south London, walked out unofficially on Wednesday of last week. They are fighting the Labour council’s plans to close or run down the borough’s ten libraries.
John burgess, the left candidate for Unison union general secretary, has criticised incumbent Dave Prentis’ “thinly veiled attack” on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Teachers at Small Heath school in Birmingham struck on Wednesday of last week. It was workers’ fourth strike in their battle to stop the school becoming an academy.
UCU union members at the Open University (OU) were set to strike on Wednesday of this week. They are fighting plans to close seven regional centres and slash around 500 jobs.
Students at the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design (Cass) in east London were set to protest on Thursday of this week.
Reps in the Unite union gathered in Brighton this week to discuss industrial strategy at its sector conferences.
Around 500 steel workers marched through Sheffield last Saturday demanding government action to save jobs.
The Tories want savage new cuts—but activists can take advantage of their divisions, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The Metropolitan Police has conceded that the relationships undercover cops had with women were “an abuse of police power”.
Driving examiners across Britain struck on Thursday and Friday of last week.
Cdivil service workers protested in Dundee on Friday of last week against plans to close a tax office that could see 130 sacked.
Over 120 firefighters staged a noisy and determined protest outside a West Midlands Fire Authority meeting on Monday of this week.
A demonstration for fast food rights called by the Bfawu union took place in Lincoln last Saturday.
Four former US air force drone operators have come out publicly against Western drone strikes.
Around 70 LGBT activists and supporters joined a refugee solidarity protest outside the Home Office in central London last Saturday. It was organised by Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants (LGSM).
Anti-racists are getting organised to combat the increased Islamophobia faced by Muslims.
RMT union members and supporters were set to lobby the Scottish parliament on Wednesday of this week,
A fire engine led a homes for all march through Waltham Forest in east London last Saturday.
Up to 1,500 people joined an indoor anti-austerity rally in central London last Saturday organised by the Trade Union Coordinating Group (TUCG).
The fight for the NHS is on as junior doctors were set to walk out on Tuesday of next week in the first of three planned walkouts.
Vicky Thompson, a 21 year old transgender woman held in a male prison, was found dead on Friday of last week.
Earlier medical intervention could have saved the lives of Hillsborough victims Jimmy Hennessey and Steven Fox, a court has heard.
Campaigners from the Cressingham Gardens estate in Brixton, south London, were celebrating today, Tuesday. They have just won a legal victory against Lambeth Labour council’s plans to knock the estate down.
UCU union members at the Open University (OU) struck across Britain today, Wednesday, against cuts and closures.
The FBU firefighter’s union voted to reaffiliate to the Labour Party at recall conference in Blackpool, today, Friday.
Around 5,000 people joined an emergency protest outside Downing Street against Britain joining the bombing of Syria, today, Saturday. The big turnout was despite the protest being called with just a few days' notice.
Protesters filled Paris’s streets on the eve of the United Nations Cop21 climate change summit–despite president Francois Hollande’s best attempts to keep them away.
Greek coastguards appeared to be deliberately trying to sink refugee boats in shock footage released by the Turkish government last week.
Right wing candidate Mauricio Macri narrowly won the second round of Argentina’s presidential election last Sunday.
The Belgian capital Brussels was in lockdown last weekend after the government announced a terrorism alert.
Police fired some 5,000 rounds of ammunition into a flat in Saint Denis near Paris on Wednesday of last week.
Unidentified gunmen stormed the Radisson luxury hotel in Mali’s capital of Bamako on Friday of last week. They killed at least 27 people.
Politicians have always used atrocities to justify their own bloody wars, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The US has used the excuse of fighting Isis to intervene in Iraq again and in Syria.
The Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn is experiencing very powerful forces of attraction and repulsion.
The attacks in Paris have unleashed an Islamophobic backlash in France and across the world. Muslims in Britain spoke to Socialist Worker about their experiences of the rise in racism—and explained why ordinary Muslims shouldn’t be expected to apologise for Isis
As hundreds of thousands of people around the world get set to march against climate change, Amy Leather argues our only hope lies in fighting the bosses and their system
Actors Warren Mitchell and Saeed Jaffrey, who both died this month remind us of a time when TV in Britain was almost all white, writes Yuri Prasad
To mark the centenary of Joe Hill’s death, writer John Fay’s new play The Joe Hill Dream is being staged across six theatres in the North West.
For up to date information on the locations and programme go to deadline.org.uk
The ruling class is going all out with a flood of spin and lies to win us to a new war.
Drugs company Pfizer is to take over rival Allergan in a record-breaking deal. It will create the world’s largest drug manufacturer, valued at £212 billion.
The recent budget deal in Northern Ireland is an attack on ordinary people, our services and a handout to big business. It is not the “fresh start” touted by the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and Sinn Fein.
The week in quotes
Cameron's plane stupid | People still believe The Sun | Ukip in Oldham |and more
As the first Syrians arrive in Britain, Dave Sewell uncovers the shocking truth of the numbers kicked out and detained by the British government