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It took six days to get it straight—but Cameron did profit from daddy’s tax scam
Some 2,000 people joined a march today, Saturday, in support of the occupation of Carnegie Library in Lambeth, south London. It was one of the biggest local marches since protests against the poll tax.
Council officials and bosses at a Glasgow City Council-run company are starting to feel the pinch from strikes by CCTV workers.
Workers at National Museums Wales began a wave of strikes last weekend against bosses’ plans to slash weekend premium pay rates.
Top Labour party politicians avoided angry campaigners fighting to save their libraries at a party fundraiser in south London last night, Monday.
A Private finance initiative (PFI) consortium faces financial penalties after the shock closure of 17 Edinburgh schools last Friday.
Teachers are preparing to ballot for strikes against the impact of forced academies, reports Sadie Robinson
The Tories want to change their pro-privatisation Housing and Planning Bill—to make it worse.
Anger at David Cameron spilled onto the streets last Saturday. In central London over 1,000 people laid siege to the Tories outside Downing Street and the Conservative Party’s spring conference.
Around 300 people rallied outside the Polish Embassy in London last Saturday against a proposed law that would ban abortion.
Around 500 people marched through Sheffield last Saturday attacking the Tories’ “Northern Powerhouse” sham.
Engineering construction workers protested against the undercutting of wages at three power station construction sites last week.
Teachers at Small Heath School in Birmingham are preparing to hold an indicative ballot for strikes
Protesters in Glasgow disrupted a meeting with racist Ukip leader Nigel Farage on Friday of last week.
Over 250 people joined an anti-fascist protest last Saturday against the English Defence League’s (EDL) attempt to stir up racism in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
Fast food workers and their supporters were set to take action on Thursday of this week in solidarity with striking workers in the US.
Short news stories from the last week including Tory ministers keep their grip on Tower Hamlets council, benefit cuts hit the poor again and the offshore 'saviour' of Tata Steel in Scunthorpe
Refugees are resisting deportations and state repression in Greece
Over 100 people joined a meeting to build solidarity for junior doctors in central London last night, Tuesday.
Britain will see a united left-wing campaign to exit the EU on 23 June. A number of groups, including the Socialist Workers Party, the RMT union, the Communist Party and Counterfire, agreed yesterday, Wednesday, to launch #Lexit: The Left Leave campaign.
OVER 27,000 people joined Bernie Sanders’ campaign rally in New York last night, Wednesday. This is larger than the 24,000 who turned out for Barack Obama in 2007.
Protesters took to the streets yesterday, Thursday, in several parts of Britain and internationally in the fight for £10 an hour ($15 an hour) minimum wage. Fast food outlets were a particular target of the actions called by the Bfawu bakers' union and Fast Food Rights.
Campaigners from Fast Food Rights (FFR) and the Bfawu bakers' union took action across Britain yesterday, Thursday, as part of a day of solidarity with striking McDonalds workers in the US.
Every evening since 31 March, gatherings of around 2,000 people have been debating and organising in Place de la Republique, a central square in Paris.
Anti-austerity campaigner Louise Harrison tore a strip off Tory MEP Daniel Hannan on BBC’s Question Time yesterday, Thursday.
Housing campaigners staged sleep-outs and demonstrations across Britain yesterday, Friday.
Around 40 coaches from across Britain are on their way to London this morning, Saturday, for the People’s Assembly demonstration.
THOUSANDS of people are taking part in the People’s Assembly march today in London. The front of the demonstration has just left Gower Street, heading for Trafalgar Square.
ARRIVING IN Trafalgar Square, the tens of thousands of marchers on the People’s Assembly demonstration quickly filled the space. On the demonstration there were many chants of "Say hey, say ho, dodgy Dave has got to go."
The huge People’s Assembly demonstration today, Saturday, is a sign of the deep anger against the Tories. It also shows the potential for a rising curve of struggle that can inflict serious defeats on the divided, reeling government.
Video from the People's Assembly national demonstration
Brazil’s Congress voted yesterday, Sunday, to impeach centre-left president Dilma Rousseff. Right wing opposition MPs gloated and cheered. Supporters of the Workers Party (PT) government shouted “coup”.
As many as 400 people are feared to have drowned today, Monday, in the worst disaster of the refugee crisis this year.
ONE THOUSAND people turned out to protest against plans to close the A&E at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary last night, Monday.
Dave Sewell talks to activists about how they are organising a movement and inspiring thousands to join unions and take to the streets
The US Air Force has sent B-52 bombers to its air base in Qatar. They will be used in Iraq and Syria.
Greece’s creditors were in Athens this week negotiating more austerity.
Greek fascist party Golden Dawn called a demonstration at the port of Piraeus near Athens on Friday night of last week.
Media coverage of the US presidential elections is dominated by talk of primaries, caucuses, and delegate numbers. But behind the complex details a great social process is being revealed.
Who should we vote for in the 5 May elections? We have to look at the wider context of politics and resistance, argues Charlie Kimber
There is an exclusive luxury ocean liner with tens of thousands of cabins. The “Panama papers” leak provides a porthole into just one of those cabins.
The story of the veterans of failed wars has been a Hollywood staple since Vietnam in the 1970s.
The Tories are on the rocks. How can we smash them? Even more is at stake than David Cameron’s profits from offshore funds, his avoidance of £70,000 inheritance tax or his mysterious share dealings.
Trevor Phillips dredged up every Islamophobic myth to publicise his Channel 4 show, What Muslims Really Think, in the Daily Mail newspaper this week.
‘Mr Cameron had acted with integrity and probity throughout’
Tory culture secretary John Whittingdale has had a lengthy relationship with Olivia King, a woman who works as a professional dominatrix and escort.
Junior doctors and their supporters talk to Tomáš Tengely-Evans about how joint action with teachers and solidarity from trade unionists and supporters can create a crisis for the Tories