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The homophobic massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, last Sunday horrified people across the world. Nicola Field and Eric Fretz report from New York's Stonewall Inn
At least 49 LGBT+ people have been killed and scores more wounded by a horrific homophobic attack on the Pulse night club in Orlando, United States in the early hours of Sunday.
Tory cuts, tests and academisation threaten schools, but teachers are ready to fight, says Sadie Robinson
Over 1,800 people marched in Chorley last Saturday demanding their local hospital’s accident and emergency (A&E) department is reinstated.
School staff in Durham are taking on a Labour-run council over cuts, report Simon Hall and Raymie Kiernan
Thousands of people joined vigils across Britain for the LGBT+ people killed in the Orlando homophobic massacre last night, Monday.
Thousands of public sector workers will gather at the Unison union’s annual conferences in Brighton from this Sunday. The fight against austerity and dissatisfaction with the union leadership will be key themes.
Ireland’s government subjected a woman to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment because of its abortion laws, according to the United Nations (UN) human rights committee.
Workers At 100 Wood Street corporate offices in the City of London financial district are on all-out strike.
Campaigners are set to descend on London this Saturday for a national protest against the Tories’ Housing and Planning Act
UCU union members at Edinburgh and Kent universities struck today, Tuesday, in a row over pay. The walkout follows a strike by union members at the University of Winchester on Friday of last week, and a national 48-hour strike last month.
National Museum Wales bosses have retreated but workers could keep on fighting, argues Nick Clark
London Metropolitan University (LMU) workers and supporters met on Tuesday of last week to discuss the fight to stop 395 job cuts. Bosses have targeted UCU union reps for redundancy.
Scottish education minister John Swinney was heckled by delegates to the EIS teachers’ union annual conference last weekend.
Library workers in Barnet, north London, walked out for three days from Monday. The Unison union members are resisting the Tory council’s plans to outsource the library service.
Over 200 vehicles are set to leave Whitehall in central London on Saturday morning for the French port of Calais.
Members of the food workers’ Bfawu union met for their annual conference in Southport this week.
North Sea oil workers on Shell platforms are balloting for strikes. They are employed by oil services giant Wood Group, which is slashing jobs and conditions.
Workers at the University of Sussex are on strike today, Wednesday, demanding equal pay and an end to casual contracts.
Journalists working at the BBC Parliament channel are striking today, Wednesday, to demand pay parity.
French authorities have outrageously banned a huge solidarity convoy to Calais at the last minute. Organisers have vowed to defy the clampdown, and call on the British authorities to intervene.
The murder of Labour MP Jo Cox is not about a 'lone individual'
Activists all over Britain are loading vehicles and driving to London today, Friday, to join Saturday’s solidarity convoy to refugees in Calais—in defiance of a state ban.
Some 185 cars, vans, buses and lorries stretched down Whitehall past Downing Street as the Convoy to Calais set off this morning.Other vehicles will join the convoy near Dover.
Hundreds of anti-racists have blocked the border checkpoint at Dover, Kent, today, Saturday in protest at cops' refusal to let the convoy to Calais through.
Campaigners from the convoy to Calais rallied outside the French embassy in London this evening, Saturday, after French authorities refused to let them enter into France earlier in the day.
The Convoy to Calais brought together campaigners to show solidarity with refugees. Outrageously it was blocked at the border by the authorities.
Hillary Clinton has proclaimed herself the winner of the contest to be the Democratic Party candidate for the US president in November.
Workers from all over France marched in Paris on Tuesday. Many of them were also on strike against the Labour-type government’s Work Law.
A new left alliance is poised to replace the Labour-type Socialist Party (PSOE) as the main force on the parliamentary left in the coming Spanish election.
David Cameron has handed his fate to the Labour Party. According to the Financial Times newspaper, he is “passing the baton to Labour’s leading figures to try to lure back working class voters veering towards Brexit”.
Any news that indicates it might be possible to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is enthusiastically celebrated. But there is a problem with the latest technological solutions.
The EU is racist and beyond reform. A Leave vote would mean a double crisis—for the Tories and the ruling class
Forty years ago this week the South African township of Soweto, near Johannesburg, exploded in revolt. School students defied the might of the apartheid state .
Director Louise Osmond‘s look at the life of radical film maker Ken Loach comes straight from the set of his latest feature I, Daniel Blake, about life on benefits.
Marx, Genius of the modern world BBC Four, Thursday 16 June, 9pm
Actor Janet Etuk and director Alexander Zeldin spoke to Alistair Farrow about Beyond Caring, a new play about life on zero hour contracts.
Politicians have been scrambling to outbid each other in attacking migrants as the European Union (EU) referendum looms closer.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) and most trade union leaders have played a disgraceful role during the EU referendum debate.
One month ago Leanne Mohamad, a girl from Wanstead High School in east London, won the Redbridge Speak Out challenge with her speech Birds Not Bombs.
Police informants were involved in planning and executing a sectarian attack in which six people were shot dead in a bar in Northern Ireland as they watched a World Cup match in 1994.