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The vote to leave the European Union last week defied the establishment and revealed a deep disaffection towards a system that has failed working class people, argues Charlie Kimber
University workers at 38 institutions were set to strike on Thursday of this week. The walkouts are part of a national programme of rolling action over pay.
Several thousand people rallied outside parliament this evening, Monday, in defence of left wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Hundreds more joined similar rallies in Newcastle and Manchester to defend Corbyn against moves by Labour MPs to get rid of him.
Socialist Worker has been blocked from reporting from the publication of the Chilcot report into the Iraq war.
Teachers will take part in an England-wide school strike next Tuesday over the impact of Tory policies and funding cuts.
The global rich claim that last week’s vote to leave the European Union (EU) will cause economic catastrophe.
Trade unions face a huge challenge in the fight against austerity and new legal attacks. Union leaders’ failure to demand more than token resistance has led to discontent among workers.
Over 100 people gathered outside Blackpool magistrates’ court on Friday of last week as anti-fracking activist Tina Rothery faced her first hearing.
Delegates at the British Medical Association’s (BMA) conference slammed French authorities for banning the Convoy to Calais this month.
Chris Stephenson, a socialist activist in Turkey and lecturer at Istanbul’s Bilgi university, has been acquitted of possessing “propaganda for a terrorist organisation”.
Bungling chancellor George Osborne once looked like a shoe-in to succeed David Cameron. Now he has backed down from threatening another austerity budget because of the Leave vote.
The EU referendum was meant to reunite the split Conservatives and save their leader’s bacon. Too bad for them it did the opposite, writes Simon Basketter
Fascists kicked out of Newcastle|Airport workers pension cuts|Hotel worker wins a serving of justice|Bus workers strike against bosses’ 'broken promises'
The Aslef train drivers’ union has been forced to pay Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) bosses £250,000 in court costs and not to strike over driver only operation (DOO) on Southern and Gatwick Express.
Workers at Marks and Spencer are facing a cut of some £1,000 per year in a new contract deal.
Around 80 trade unionists joined a mass picket in solidarity with Kumaran Bose in Melton Mowbray last Sunday.
City of London cleaners have been on all-out strike for four weeks.
North London teenager Henry Hicks knew he was being chased by police before he was killed in a crash, a jury has decided today, Tuesday.
As Labour MPs line up to overturn their leader, Nick Clark argues that the left must mobilise to defeat them
Hundreds of people rallied outside Soas university in central London this evening, Wednesday, in support of left wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
University workers at over 30 institutions are on strike today, Thursday, as part of a national programme of action over pay.
The Marxism 2016 festival got underway in central London today, Thursday, bringing together socialists from across Britain and the rest of the world.
Thousands of people have rallied in Manchester and Liverpool in support of left wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Despite the diamond magnates’ profits, the shine is coming off exploitation, writes Botswanan socialist Motsomi Marobela
French unions called their eleventh day of action against the Work Law as it finished its passage through parliament’s upper house on Tuesday.
Teachers are maintaining roadblocks in the Mexican state of Oaxaca in defiance of brutal state repression.
The vote to leave the European Union (EU) last week hasn’t just plunged the Tories and British ruling class into crisis. It has struck a blow against US imperialism and the EU bosses’ club, which imposes austerity across the continent.
Caricaturing the EU vote abandons half the working class to the racist right
One of the most horrific battles of the First World War began 100 years ago this week. Michael Bradley looks back at the causes of the carnage
Antony Hamilton’s new book A Rebel’s Guide to Malcolm X holds vital lessons for all revolutionaries, Nadia Sayed and Naima Omar told Alistair Farrow
Britain’s rulers face seismic political questions after the Leave vote—and none have any answer.
Paul Acaster, an inspirational industrial militant and revolutionary socialist, has died aged 72.
Myself and 19 others travelled from Wakefield to Folkestone to take much-needed aid to people in Calais. We were part of the nationwide convoy of 250 vehicles.
‘The worst day of my life’
The turmoil inside the Labour Party has uncovered the deep rift between its members and MPs. The cause of the tension lies right at the heart of the party, explains Dave Sewell