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Border controls are driving more desperate people to risk their lives at sea.
The British Medical Association’s (BMA) junior doctors’ committee was due to meet on Friday after details of their new contract were released.
Workers in Wales have received huge support—and more solidarity can help them to win, writes Nick Clark
Labour Party activist and Momentum vice chair Jackie Walker has been readmitted to the party. She had been suspended after claims of antisemitism.
Teaching assistants (TAs) and the wider trade union movement in County Durham are coming together to resist a major attack on pay voted through by the Labour-dominated council.
UCU lecturers’ union members will meet for the union’s annual congress in Liverpool this week amid a Tory assault on education.
There were two sides to the story at this year’s PCS conference.
The government wants to cut Tata steel workers’ pensions to make the firm’s remaining assets in Britain easier to sell. This would rob workers of pensions they’ve already paid for—and set a dangerous precedent.
NUT union members across England are balloting for strikes over the impact of the government’s education white paper and funding cuts.
It was a bad weekend for the Nazis last Saturday.
Four households living on the Butterfields Estate in Walthamstow, north London have been issued with eviction notices.
With deep divisions in the Tory party over Europe, the left must go on the offensive against Cameron’s weakened government instead of arguing for Remain, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, Joseph Choonara from the Socialist Workers Party and other left wingers debated the EU referendum last night, Wednesday, in Manchester.
An indefinite strike at Verizon has made some gains—and has shown workers everywhere that it’s possible to fight back, says Charlie Kimber
Workers at the Greek port of Piraeus near Athens struck for two days last week against privatisation.
A wave of strikes and protests to defend workers’ rights is causing a crisis for France’s Labour-type government.
Is the Pope still a Catholic? This is the question provoked by a new article by three International Monetary Fund (IMF) economists
Syrian refugees face repression and danger but they are fighting back. Two refugees told Socialist Worker that facing up to the counter-revolution in Syria showed them how to resist
Hundreds have been debating the way forward for the left at a series of rallies organised by the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). Alistair Farrow listened to the debate in Birmingham
Natalie Bennett, Green Party leader, debates Joseph Choonara from the SWP and Lexit—the left leave campaign
Disabled actors bring to life a timely new production of Russian novelist Nikolai Gogol’s play The Government Inspector
This exhibition is a rare opportunity to see children’s books from 1920s and 1930s Russia.
Two visions of European unity are starkly on show this week.
Simon Basketter’s article (Socialist Worker, 18 May) sums up how the forces of the state colluded with giant construction firms to attack the rights of workers.
The Tory expenses scandal keeps ticking. So police have been given extra time to investigate a range of election fraud allegations against Tory MPs.