Dated: 02 Feb 2016
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Thousands of junior doctors and supporters were set to march through central London on Saturday and Bristol on Sunday.
Activists are preparing for the TUC’s week of action against the Trade Union Bill, reports Raymie Kiernan
At least 37 refugees drowned off the Turkish coast last Sunday, including babies and children, when their boat struck rocks.
Fascist organisations tried to stir up hate in Dover, Kent, and Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, last Saturday—but anti-fascists were organised to counter them.
The Prevent strategy is “undermining children’s rights to freedom of thought”, according to a new report by the Institute of Race Relations.
Civil service bosses announced plans to slash jobs across a number of departments last week.
Library workers in two south London boroughs were set to strike on Monday of next week to defend local library services.
Hundreds of people marched through Dundee last Saturday against plans to cut council jobs.
Stoppage on Financial Times | Friends of the Earth conference backs action on climate change | Protesters take on plans for fracking | Stand with Kurds against a new war | Scottish leftists say leave the EU | Cash splashed on academy transfers | Women-haters met by protests
London Underground (LU) station staff in the RMT union were set to strike for 48 hours from 9pm this Saturday.
NUT union members have voted by 86 percent for strikes in a consultative ballot on a turnout of 36 percent.
Some 500 workers in the Unite union at Ainscough Crane Hire struck across all the company’s sites on Monday.
Bernie Sanders, who proudly calls himself a socialist, was the real winner in Monday’s voting in the state of Iowa.
Universal Credit will make working families poorer and is mired in worse delays than ever, two new reports reveal.
The government’s own terror watchdog has called for an independent review into its Islamophobic Prevent strategy.
A terrorist convicted of killing of two men in Northern Ireland was a former member of the British army’s Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR), the government has admitted.
A defendant in the Rotherham child sexual abuse trial was a police cadet when the alleged offences took place, Sheffield Crown Court has heard.
Over 2,000 junior doctors and their supporters marched through central London today, Saturday.
A restricted government document leaked to Socialist Worker shows that the Tories are in disarray over their anti-union Trade Union Bill.
Anfield saw a major demonstration over soaring Premier League ticket prices last Saturday. Liverpool FC announced next season’s pricing structures this week, under which a match ticket will cost £77. Season tickets will also top £1,000 for the first time ever.
Workers in Greece were set to take part in a general strike to defend their pensions, reports Dave Sewell
The World Health Organisation declared a global emergency on Monday of this week over the Zika virus epidemic spreading through Brazil and neighbouring countries.
The Spanish state’s four leading political parties met with its king on Monday and Tuesday of last week to break the deadlock produced by elections six weeks ago.
The celebration that followed left party Syriza’s election last year has given way to bitterness, says Dave Sewell
The huge general strike rally in Athens today, Thursday, was probably the biggest since 2011 and the summer of mass occupations of public squares.
Two workers, ground engineer Saleem Akbar and senior manager Inayet Raza Rizvi, were killed as the military opened fire at thousands of people marching towards Karachi’s airport terminal on Tuesday.
Supporters of the campaign for Britain to remain in the European Union (EU) are gearing up their efforts. The in/out referendum could come as early as June.
CWU union leader Dave Ward spoke to Charlie Kimber about the prospects for Jeremy Corbyn, why more power has shifted to the bosses—and how we can win it back
At the height of the First World War a rebellion was staged in Britain’s oldest colony. Simon Basketter looks at how Irish rebels took over Dublin 100 years ago
Just one year into the First World War, the British Army was faced by an acute shortage of shells, having fired so many in the imperialist slaughter.
A film about the global financial crisis has five Oscar nominations.
A new film about blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo brilliantly avoids the pitfalls of a Hollywood film about Hollywood, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
David Cameron has been seeking to achieve “reforms” of the European Union. He wants to triumphantly announce that he can now call for a “stay” vote in the forthcoming referendum.
David Cameron has been outraged at racism this week.
I live in West Northumberland and helped found Tynedale Flood Appeal to help flood victims.
‘She’s not going to get away with eating a slice of cucumber or throwing it away’
The Tories have suffered a series of defeats over the past two weeks.
The Scottish National Party made ‘Frack Off’ one of its main slogans. At the same time it has cosied up to hated bosses and even paid for drilling. Raymie Kiernan digs up the dirty truth