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Jeremy Corbyn angered and scared the Tories last weekend when he called for the legalisation of solidarity strikes, unilateral nuclear disarmament and a deal with Argentina over the Falklands.
Hypocrite Cameron’s proposals are ‘patronising’ and ‘offensive’, Muslim women told Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Pro-choice activists have taken to the streets against a decision to prosecute a woman for trying to bring about an abortion.
A top cop accused of covering up police spying on the family of murdered black teenager Stephen Lawrence could dodge disciplinary action if he retires.
Pickets turn away cars at EDF | Examine any offer carefully at DVSA | FBU ballot over South Yorkshire cuts | Students oppose axing of grants
UCU Left supporters urge a vote for Mandy Brown as the union’s vice president. Elections for UCU’s national executive committee (NEC) run from 1 to 26 February.
Workers in higher education (HE) have begun a national campaign over pay.
More than 50 members of the Unison union met in Birmingham last Saturday to discuss the way forward for the left and all who want to fight austerity.
Blacklisted workers protested at Liverpool FC’s match against Manchester United last Sunday against the use of Carillion to build the new stand at its Anfield stadium.
Lambeth library workers have voted overwhelmingly to strike to save ten libraries under threat from the south London Labour council’s cuts.
Some 130 primary school janitors in Glasgow are refusing to clear snow or spread grit in a row over “dirty money” with bosses at council-owned Cordia.
inquests into the deaths of fans who died as a result of the Hillsborough football disaster are set to resume on Monday of next week.
Postal workers in Cupar, Fife, walked out in defence of a sacked colleague for the second time yesterday, Monday.
Around 400 people marched against fracking in Upton, near Chester, last Saturday.
Over 100 tenants, trade unionists, councillors and Traveller groups attended an organising meeting against the Tories’ Housing and Planning Bill last Saturday.
Recycling workers in Keynsham, near Bath, struck against low pay on Thursday and Friday of last week.
Less than 100 miles from London, the French authorities are using threats of violence to corral refugees into a new prison camp.
Anti-racists in Dover are building opposition to a planned anti-refugee march by the Nazi National Front (NF) and other fascists on Saturday 30 January.
Workers on London Underground were set to strike on Tuesday of next week for 24 hours.
Junior doctors’ leaders have called off a strike that was set to begin on Tuesday of next week.
NUT union members at Birmingham’s Small Heath school struck for a second day today, Wednesday, and NASUWT union members joined them.
Around 100 people met to discuss building the fightback against the Tories in central London, today, Saturday.
Teachers gathered outside Birmingham's Small Heath School today, Tuesday, as NUT union members began a three-day strike following similar action last week.
Around 7,000 people protested against racism in the German city of Stuttgart last Saturday, following a series of attacks on refugees.
Bisan Abu Eisheh writes on the fight of Palestinians in East Jerusalem
Protesters took to the streets yesterday, Wednesday, as Austria’s government began a new clampdown on refugees’ freedom of movement.
Dozens of people died early this morning, Friday, as their wooden boats sank off the coasts of Greek islands.
Anti-racists from all over Greece marched on the border with Turkey last Sunday demanding safe passage for refugees.
The Labour Party got around to publishing its thoughts on why it lost last year’s general election. It doesn’t offer much in the way of insight.
Now president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has dominated Turkish politics since his Justice and Development Party (AKP) first won parliamentary elections in 2002.
Jeremy Corbyn has been attacked from all sections of the mainsteam media. Raymie Kiernan explains why the media hate Corbyn—and how we can challenge them
Bernie Sanders is running to be the Democratic Party candidate for US president. He calls himself a socialist, he confidently puts out radical policies—and in some polls he’s ahead of the establishment choice Hillary Clinton.
Brian Richardson, author of the new book Bob Marley—Roots, Reggae and Revolution, spoke to Socialist Worker about Marley’s music, politics and legacy
Director Peter Sattler’s film Camp X-Ray stars Kristen Stewart as US army private Amy Cole and Peyman Moaadi as Guantanamo Bay detainee Ali.
European Union (EU) leaders are backing David Cameron’s clampdown on migrants claiming benefits.
David Cameron’s discriminatory attacks on Muslim women this week have come under fire. Even former Tory chair Baroness Warsi called his plan to target those who don’t learn English “lazy” anti-Muslim “stereotyping”.
On the London Recruits, racism against refugees, and who really backed the junior doctors' strike
‘Sit around in their £1 million mansions and eat croissants at breakfast’
The 62 richest people on the planet are worth more than the combined wealth of half the world’s population.