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The Labour leadership crisis has brought the deep divisions in the party out into the open—and they’re pushing it to breaking point.
Millionaire Arron Banks threatens a new ‘Ukip on steroids’ if Theresa May becomes Tory leader
The chaos in the Tory party keeps on giving. David Cameron was leaving Downing Street as Socialist Worker went to press.
Warmonger and former Labour prime minister Tony Blair could face a motion of contempt in parliament following the release of the Chilcot report last week. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is reported to be ready to vote for it.
The powerful Unite union will call on Labour MPs to vote with the Tories to back the renewal of the Trident nuclear missile system next week.
In a session on fighting austerity today, Tuesday, delegates at the Unite union's conference voted for opposition to privatisation and campaigning to repeal the Housing Act.
The racist killing of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile by police in the United States last week has sparked an eruption of anger.
Five workers were killed when they were crushed by tonnes of concrete and scrap metal at a recycling plant last week.
Harlow residents gathered in the town centre last Saturday to show solidarity with migrants and ethnic minorities in the wake of a rise in reported incidents of hate crime.
Hundreds of people marched after a Romanian shop in Norwich was firebombed early last Friday morning.
Members of the NUJ union working on the BBC World News channel struck for 24 hours on Thursday of last week.
Scotrail train guards struck again last Sunday in a dispute over the extension of driver only operation (DOO) on Scotland’s rail network, which is operated by Abellio.
Strikes were set to hit ten universities this week as UCU union members prepared to walk out over pay and conditions.
Delegates at the Unite union conference this week were furious at moves against Jeremy Corbyn—and wanted the union to take a stand.
Some 150 workers employed by Glasgow City Council-run firm Community Safety Glasgow (CSG) are being consulted by the Unison, Unite and GMB unions on industrial action over a pay review and cuts to unsocial hours pay.
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Labour’s national executive committee has voted by 18 votes to 14 tonight, Tuesday, that Jeremy Corbyn will automatically be on the ballot paper for the Labour leadership election.
The Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests that burst onto the streets of Britain over last weekend continue throughout this week. They are showing solidarity with the families of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, who were killed by police in the US earlier this month.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn received a hero's welcome at the Unite union's conference in Brighton today, Wednesday.
Migrant workers at Esso's Fawley oil refinery in Southampton struck today, Thursday, against bosses who pay them half as much as British workers.
A fresh leadership election has been officially launched in the Labour Party. Nick Clark profiles the plotters who want to oust Jeremy Corbyn
Around 1,000 people gathered in Bradford, and 800 in Leeds for Black Lives Matter/Say No to Racism protests this week.
The Unite trade union has voted for Labour MPs to face mandatory reselection. This means they would be more accountable.
The Socialist Workers Party joins the people of Turkey in condemning the attempted military coup in that country.
Thousands of people are marching in central London today, Saturday, against austerity and racism
Thousands of people marched on a protest called by Stand Up to Racism and the People's Assembly in London on Saturday.
Around 10,000 people joined the No to Austerity, No to Racism, Tories Out demonstration in London today, Saturday. It was organised by Stand Up to Racism and the People's Assembly. Hundreds also came to a rally in Glasgow.
South Africa’s local government elections, set for 3 August, will see a bitter battle between the ruling African National Congress and its opponents on both left and right.
Alistair Farrow spoke to activists from the US about the growing movement against racist attacks—and for a better system
The Brexit referendum revealed a united ruling class and a divided working class. A few eccentrics aside, big business backed Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU). They are now united in mourning the result of the vote.
Tony Blair did not go to war in Iraq because of ‘mistakes’ or ‘honestly held beliefs’—evidence given to the Chilcot inquiry exposes a deliberate process of lies to justify intervention
This month marks 80 years since fascist General Franco’s coup in Spain sparked resistance that quickly turned to revolt. Socialist Worker looks at how it could have won
The BBC’s exploration of the refugee crisis in Europe exposes the impact of racist immigration controls on desperate people, writes Margaret Woods
Britain’s rulers breathed a sigh of relief when Theresa May became prime minister without the need for a vote. But don’t believe everything is now calm.
Theresa May has made the Tory party the most progressive party in Britain according to right wing newspapers.
The Leave vote shows a clear rejection of the establishment, of endless austerity and constant attacks against the working class