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Tory defence secretary Michael Fallon has warned that the war in Syria was “not going to be short or simple”.
Fascists march flops in Nottingham; Rise conference in Scotland; victory for the Elbit protesters; and traffic wardens strike over pay
UCU union members at the Open University (OU) are continuing a wave of strikes against cuts.
Teachers at Tech City in Islington, north London, began a two-day strike on Tuesday of this week.
Anti-racists in Newham, east London, have released a statement opposing growing Islamophobia in the borough and beyond.
Unison union members are furious at news that full time officials have been caught breaking union rules to get general secretary Dave Prentis re-elected.
Library workers and users hit the streets of Lewisham, south London, last weekend to defend the service.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has been told to apologise to the sister of a man who died after his benefits were cut.
The fallout from last month’s Paris attacks has fuelled a rise in racism—and resistance to it, reports Judith Orr
FBU union members protested outside City Hall in south London on Wednesday of last week.
Some 400 NHS students protested against Tory plans to axe their bursaries outside the Department of Health on Wednesday of last week.
Driving examiners from the DVSA ended a week of rolling strikes with a national walkout on Friday of last week.
Bus drivers working for Arriva in Medway, Kent, struck on Friday of last week and Monday of this week.
Residents of Cumbria were furious with David Cameron as he came for a photo-op on Monday of this week.
The People’s Assembly Against Austerity held its national convention in central London on Saturday of last week.
Angry anti-war protesters challenged shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn for voting for war outside his surgery in Leeds last Saturday.
For regional and global powers, the war on Isis has become the justification for military intervention in Syria. Yet Isis emerged in the shadow of the US occupation of Iraq.
As parliament voted for war in Syria last week, Labour MPs ratcheted up the war on Jeremy Corbyn.
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets against Britain joining another war in the Middle East.
Thousands of climate activists from around the world gathered in Paris last weekend. They were there to attend a Weekend of Alternatives—a counter-conference to the official Cop21 talks.
Students, staff and supporters rallied outside the Cass school of arts and design in east London today, Thursday, in support of a student occupation.
A major trial into alleged child sexual exploitation (CSE) offences began this week at Sheffield Crown Court.
Up to 5,000 people marched through central London in protest at Britain bombing Syria today, Saturday.
At the same time as bombing Syria, the government is making it harder for Syrians to escape.
The right wing opposition won a large majority in Venezuela’s parliamentary elections last Sunday.
The fascist Front National (FN) topped the polls in the first round of French regional elections last Sunday.
Alex Callinicos argues that socialists and anti-imperialists have to build the broadest and biggest anti-war movement possible. But this task faces new complications
It’s possible—if we understand what makes them. Tomáš Tengely-Evans takes aim at imperialism
What is Isis and where did it come from?
There are few flaws in this new photography exhibition that highlights the pain and joy of reunited refugees living in Scotland, says?Stephen McBroom
In this programme Ahmed, a 16 year old Syrian, takes us on an unprecedented guided tour—through one of the biggest refugee camps in the world.
The ruling class loves a war. They pretend that we all have a “national interest” against an outside enemy and distract us from the attacks they are raining down on us.
Andy Gallagher, who has died aged 64, was a revolutionary from a young age.
Our readers respond to Labour's crisis over Syria; the Greek government's deal with Israel; and the failures of the left in Uruguay, plus more
‘I think the focus for now is finding a peaceful solution to the civil war’
War is good for business. Defence companies have rushed to assure investors that they stand to gain from the escalating conflicts in the Middle East.
The heads of state at the Cop21 climate change talks in Paris know that climate change is one of the most urgent problems facing humanity.