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Iain Duncan Smith’s resignation has exposed deep divisions within the Tory party, writes Charlie Kimber
The Tories want to force every school in England to become a privately-run academy—but the plan has sparked fierce resistance.
Teachers at Small Heath School in Birmingham were set to meet on Tuesday of this week to discuss further action to defend conditions and union rights. Also: strikes at St Peter's Collegiate School and Lambeth College
Junior doctors are stepping up their fight against Tory health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s imposition of a dangerous new contract.
Social work students hold campaigning conference | Final curtain for Opera pay dispute | Holiday hold-up for hot cross buns | Electric action at Network Rail | Heathrow Tube strike takes off | Buses set to stop around Manchester | Coop lorry drivers win talks at Acas | London left rallies against bosses’ EU
Glasgow trade unions are moving towards a council-wide strike against the cuts. The Labour-run administration is attacking workers’ terms and conditions.
Library workers in Lambeth, south London, began a solid two-day walkout on Tuesday in their battle against the Labour council’s deep and unpopular library cuts.
Poor and disabled people who spent years on the receiving end of Iain Duncan Smith’s attacks celebrated his departure.
A poll last week put the Labour Party ahead of the Tories for the first time since Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader.
Bombings in the Belgian capital Brussels had left a reported 31 people dead as Socialist Worker went to press.
The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence has demanded that Lord Justice Pitchford must conduct an “open and transparent inquiry” into undercover police.
Refugees arriving in Greece are being rounded up into detention centres under a new deal backed by Tory David Cameron.
Police officers lacked direction during the Hillsborough disaster, an inquest jury has heard.
BERNIE SANDERS won overwhelmingly two of the three states that voted yesterday, Tuesday, to choose the Democratic Party candidate for US president. Sanders, who calls himself a socialist, is still finding a big audience for his message that the political and economic system is broken and needs to change.
The British Medical Association escalates its programme of industrial action as Tories refuse to come to table
The fight to save Lambeth libraries from the cuts of the south London Labour council is hotting up.
Thousands of teachers, parents, students and trade unionists marched through London and other cities.
THERE IS deep anger against the government’s plans for forced academies and other attacks on education.
Thousands of teachers, parents, students and trade unionists marched through London on Wednesday, to demand the Tories drop their forced academy plan.
French police failed to smash striking students off the streets on their third national day of action against a vicious new employment law today, Thursday.
Teachers have voted overwhelmingly for strikes against the impact of forced academies and funding cuts.
BERNIE SANDERS, who calls himself a socialist, recorded three massive wins in contests last Saturday to choose the Democratic Party candidate for US president.
A protest movement in France against an employment law is gathering support, reports?Dave Sewell
Protests against Donald Trump in the US elections continue, as does Israel's brutal repression and violence against the Palestinians
What did Jeremy Corbyn’s election mean for the left and trade unionists?
Within hours of the killings in Brussels, commentators were speculating about whether the bombings were “revenge” for the arrest of Salah Abdeslam.
Twenty thousand people marched through London last Saturday to say refugees are welcome and to reject racism and scapegoating. Over 3,000 marched in Glasgow and 300 in Cardiff
Sylvia Pankhurst, the militant anti-war socialist and suffragette, was in Newcastle when she first heard news of the Easter Rising in Dublin in April 1916.
As the Labour left fights to defend leader Jeremy Corbyn, Nick Clark argues that the early 1980s show how focusing on internal party battles ends in giving way to the right
BBC Four’s Danish detective drama Follow the Money serves up an engrossing feast of corporate intrigue and financial skulduggery, writes?Charlie Kimber
This exhibition takes a stand against our rulers’ attempts to make even the starkest poverty and most obscene degradation seem “natural”.
Graffiti artist turned journalist Marcus Barnes told Alistair Farrow why he’s relaunched magazine Keep the Faith—and why public space needs defending
The government is extremely weak. But it will survive unless it faces serious resistance.
The EU is a key part of the US imperialist project. Its rulers are desperate for Britain to remain in the EU rather than weaken it.
Our longstanding and much loved comrade Ian Murray died unexpectedly last Friday of a suspected heart attack.
News that the number of zero hours contracts has risen in the last year by over 100,000 to 801,000 shows just what the Tories’ “recovery” really means.
‘Bad things will happen’
The cost of a George Osborne budget joke has soared.