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Thousands of refugees marched out of the camp in Idomeni, northern Greece, on Monday of this week, looking for a way across the Macedonian border.
Teachers in sixth form colleges across England are on strike today, Tuesday, against the devastating impact of Tory funding cuts.
Celebratory party leaders failed to contain SNP delegates’ fury at cuts, reports Raymie Kiernan
Dock workers shut down one of Scotland’s biggest ports, Grangemouth, with a two-week strike from Tuesday in a fight with bosses over new conditions.
Blacklist protest |Picadilly line |Strike at the Opera |Nazis not welcome in South Wales |TUC women back junior doctors
The Scottish further education lecturers’ walkout set to begin this Thursday dominated the EIS-Fela union’s conference in Perth last week.
Primary school breakfast clubs in Glasgow were cancelled on Monday of this week as school janitors began a three-day walkout.
Teachers at Small Heath School in Birmingham were set to hold a crucial meeting on Wednesday to discuss their continuing battle against bosses.
A budget of cuts for working class people is one thing the bitterly divided Tory party can still agree on, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Library workers in Lambeth, south London, were set to strike on Tuesday and Wednesday next week.
An inquest jury must decide whether Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield could and should have acted differently.
‘Prevent targets Muslims’ |Bill to ramp up discrimination | Don’t let them deport Favour | Denied the right to settle
From the US to Russia, the world’s imperialist powers are carving up Syria at the Vienna “peace conference”.
South Yorkshire Police (SYP) was accused of letting down victims of child sexual exploitation last week.
Teachers in sixth form colleges across England struck on Tuesday against the devastating impact of Tory funding cuts.The Tories have slashed some 14 percent from funding in real terms and want to take out 8 percent more. NUT union members say the attacks make their conditions worse—and damage education for students. In London they marched on the Department for Education
Bernie Sanders, who calls himself a socialist, won huge support in voting to decide who will be the Democratic Party’s candidate for US president yesterday, Tuesday.
Turkish police detained socialist activist Chris Stephenson, a lecturer at Istanbul’s Bilgi University, yesterday, Tuesday. He is due in court today.
Chancellor George Osborne has unveiled a tax giveaway for the rich, more cuts for the poor, and an admission that his economic strategy is in trouble.
Campaigners across Britain are pulling out all the stops to build Saturday’s Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) demonstrations in London, Glasgow and Cardiff.
Classes were cancelled at colleges across Scotland today, Thursday, as up to 5,000 college lecturers in the EIS-Fela union staged their first national strike in over 20 years. Reports of big picket lines are widespread.
SOCIALIST ACTIVIST Chris Stephenson has been deported from Turkey to Britain. He is a victim of the crackdown launched by the state as part of its murderous war against the Kurds.
Protests set to take place across Europe as EU and Turkey debate how to stop refugees
The Tories are preparing to force every school in England to become a privately-run academy – but the plan has sparked fierce resistance.
Students have shut down their colleges and universities, joining mass protests of up to 150,000
Cuts to taxes on corporate profits are being paid for by taking money from ordinary people
CHRIS STEPHENSON, the socialist activist who was deported from Turkey a week ago has received news from the authorities today, Friday, that now there is “no ban on him entering Turkey” and he can return.
THE TORIES are in tatters. Tonight, Friday, Iain Duncan Smith resigned from the cabinet.
Campaigners for social housing have spoken out against attempts to blame the housing crisis on migrants and refugees.
Dock workers have forced bosses at Grangemouth docks in Scotland to back down.The Unite union has suspended a two-week strike for new talks over the imposition of new working conditions.
Solidarity to everyone who is marching against racism today. Protesters are preparing to march in London, Glasgow and Cardiff – and many more will demonstrate across the globe.
Scottish further education (FE) college lecturers have scored a stunning victory in their battle for national bargaining and equal pay.
Twenty thousand people marched through London today to say refugees are welcome and to reject racism, Islamophobia, antisemitism and scapegoating.
Around 30 Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) activists popped the champagne corks and chanted "We've got IDS, now we'll get the rest" in Parliament Square this evening, Saturday.
Twenty thousand people marched through London on Saturday 19 March to say refugees are welcome and to reject racism and scapegoating.
Workers demand a real living wage from outsourcing giant Aramark
Over 3,000 people jouned a Stand Up to Racism demonstration in Glasgow on Saturday. It was a vibrant show of unity and anti-racist solidarity.
Parisian student Gael Braibant reports from huge protests against the centre-left government’s vicious new employment law
A month-long teachers’ strike in the West Bank has exposed growing dissatisfaction among Palestinians with the governing Palestinian Authority (PA).
This Saturday is the first time since refugees broke through Europe’s borders last year that the mass movement has coordinated internationally.
The Chicago protests marked a shift—and put Donald Trump on the defensive, says?Charlie Kimber
As Sean Mitchell’s new Rebel’s Guide to James Connolly puts it, “Connolly was an activist, a lifelong Marxist and a revolutionary socialist committed to the destruction of capitalism, both in Ireland and the world over.”
Fighting racism today involves understanding racism as one of the ways in which capitalism divides people.
A new documentary series examines the legacy of Obama’s presidency, laying bare its failure to deliver the change it promised, writes Josh Hollands
This superb exhibition explores early 19th century French painter Eugene Delacroix’s influence on the movements that would later transform modern art.
Thousands of people are furious at our rulers—from their treatment of refugees to the cuts that devastate lives while they bask in luxury.
The Tories’ trade union bill was debated in the House of Lords again on Wednesday. This is an attack on the last bastion of resistance to the Tories’ destruction of public services.
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