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The Tories have declared war—the unions have to win it.
Support is growing for Small Heath strikers and their rep—but not from the local MP, says Sadie Robinson
The first union conference since Jeremy Corbyn’s election to the Labour leadership—Unison’s women’s conference—was held in Brighton last week.
Officers in the police control box during the Hillsborough disaster “gave no thought” to the consequences of opening a gate to the stadium, a court has heard.
Strike for children's services in Oxfordshire | Unofficial walkout hits Coventry bins | No trust imposition say Sandwell children's service workers | Day of action against Sports Direct shame | Students march to stop Nazis in Kent | Protest supports the Heathrow 13 | No public cash to referendum racists
Some 300 workers at Samworth Brothers food manufacturer in Leicester met on Friday of last week to discuss bosses’ plans to cut their pay.
Postal workers in Bridgwater, Somerset, won a victory against management this week with the return to work of disabled worker Andrew Mootoo on Monday.
Chanting, placard-waving children and parents led a march directly into Wandsworth Town Hall, south London, last Thursday.
An 81 year old Muslim man was punched and kicked to death in a racist attack as he walked to early morning prayers, a court has heard.
The Scottish further education (FE) lecturers’ EIS-Fela union launched a strike ballot for equal pay last week.
Tory business secretary Sajid Javid announced the closure of more than 70 Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) department workplaces last week.
Two walkouts by workers who maintain the tracks for London Underground (LU) were suspended by the RMT union last week.
Doctors in Egypt are threatening a national strike after two doctors in a Cairo hospital were beaten by police.
People across Britain are joining rallies against racism, in support of refugees and to build mass demonstrations on Saturday 19 March.
Three refugees who walked through the Channel Tunnel will appear at Canterbury Crown Court next month.
East London tenants could be just weeks away from eviction but vow to fight back
A DEFENCE campaign is being launched in Rotherham to support a group of 12 Asian men facing trial later this year.
‘The doctors and their Marxist union’
Did senior Unison union officials use their positions, against union rules, to get general secretary Dave Prentis re-elected last year?
Junior doctors are determined to resist Tory health secretary Jeremy Hunt's attack on the NHS and trade union movement. Over 250 people attended a People's Assembly solidarity meeting tonight, Wednesday, in central London.
That the US state wants to clamp down on civil liberties is not surprising. That global multinationals are opposing them may be.
General secretary of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), Mark Serwotka, says trade unionists must take advantage of the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party.
A significant number of junior doctors are in favour of the British Medical Association (BMA) taking further industrial action against the imposition of a dangerous new contract.
Tory prime minister David Cameron has announced 23 June as the date for a referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU).
Over 500 anti-fascists gathered in Preston town centre today to counter a march by the remnants of the Nazi English Defence League (EDL).
The agony of Syria’s people has not been ended by the deal for a partial ceasefire agreed last week by the major imperialist powers. It was falling apart even before it was implemented.
Australia has seen an explosion of grassroots action in support of refugees. It comes as the government tries to remove 267 asylum seekers to detention centres on the remote Pacific islands of Manus and Nauru.
A general strike that began on Monday of this week continues today, Thursday, in west Africa’s Guinea. Tens of thousands of workers are taking part.
The biggest wave of student unrest for 25 years has hit India following the arrest in Delhi of Kanhaiya Kumar, a student union president.
A rash of small far right groups reflects setbacks for big ones —a hard won result we must now defend, argues Nick Clark
Jens Stoltenberg is an obscure Norwegian politician who is the current secretary-general of Nato. This is a post reserved for European political mediocrities loyal to the Atlantic order dominated by the United States since the late 1940s.
Do corporations run society? Or is it the state? What links the two, what divides them, and how do we challenge them? These questions are as old as capitalism.
The Tories are licking their lips as more savage cuts to local services start to bite. Raymie Kiernan looks at what’s at stake
Eclipse Theatre company’s production of A Raisin in the Sun brings to life Lorraine Hansberry’s 1959 play of US society in turmoil, says?Dave Gibson
Concert to Calais | Red Africa |
The moment David Cameron announces the date of a referendum on Britain’s European Union (EU) membership, the Tory party will plunge into turmoil.
Low-ranking Tory minister Matthew Hancock was set to announce plans this week making it harder for councils and other public bodies to boycott Israeli products.
Fans score victory over football bosses' ticket price hikes
Ireland’s rulers claim that five years of brutal austerity have paid off—but anger is likely to badly bruise the main parties and boost the left in the general election, writes Simon Basketter