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Some 10,000 refugee children have disappeared, potentially into exploitation and abuse, due to Britain’s “deplorable” refusal to let them in.
Fast food giant KFC claims it doesn’t use zero hours contracts in Britain. Alistair Farrow takes apart the spin
Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign to be re-elected leader of the Labour Party kicked off with two big rallies last week.
Refugees are being scapegoated for a series of attacks in Germany last week
UCU union members at London Metropolitan University are holding an indicative ballot for strikes against mass job cuts.
Library campaigners blocked roads and library entrances to prevent the books being removed from three of Lambeth’s closed libraries in south London last Saturday.
A 400-strong march of council workers and their supporters defied cops in Bromley, south east London, last Saturday by taking the road and blocking traffic.
Cleaners at HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) offices in Liverpool and Bootle struck on Monday and Tuesday of this week against attacks on pay and conditions.
Women’s Lives Matter campaigners who fought to defend domestic violence (DV) services in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, are celebrating after winning council funding for a new service.
Racists are lashing out but there’s no Brexit breakthrough for the right, reports Sadie Robinson
The tory government’s Prevent strategy is counter-productive and should be “reconsidered”, according to the Joint Committee on Human Rights parliamentary group.
After more than six weeks of pay strikes bus drivers in Weymouth, Dorset, were set for talks with bosses as Socialist Worker went to press.
A British Medical Association (BMA) survey of junior doctors closed on Monday.
Train guards in Scotland struck for the twelfth time last Sunday in their dispute with bosses at Abellio Scotrail over driver only operation (DOO).
Over 70 people, mainly pensioners, marched noisily through the Pennine market town of Penistone last Thursday.
Money-grabbing bosses claim they must make cuts—but workers aren’t buying it
Protesters from across Britain were set to turn out for what could be Yorkshire’s biggest ever anti-fracking demonstration in York on Saturday.
Striking migrant workers have won equal pay from bosses at Esso’s Fawley oil refinery near Southampton.
Owen Smith, who is challenging Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour leadership, officially launched his campaign today, Wednesday. He made a concerted effort to present himself as a left winger.
Striking cleaners and their supporters protested outside the 100 Wood Street corporate offices in the City of London financial district last night, Wednesday. They are demanding the reinstatement of two of their colleagues.
Activists staged a Black Lives Matter (BLM) demonstration outside Oxford Circus in central London yesterday, Friday. It came amid escalating police racism in Britain and the US.
Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign to be reelected leader of the Labour Party gained momentum this weekend as thousands marched and rallied in the north of England.
What attitude should socialists take towards a scheme that the Supreme Court says breaches human rights?
Bernie Sanders has spent a year being cheered by hundreds of thousands of supporters across the US for calling for a “political revolution”.
Western bombs killed hundreds of Syrian civilians last week—and looming major offensives could see many more deaths.
After five months of bitter struggles the French Labour-type government finally forced its attack on workers’ rights through parliament last week.
After the attempted coup in Turkey, July 2016, Roni Margulies spoke at a Socialist Workers Party meeting in Haringey, north London. Roni is a member of the Revolutionary Socialist Workers' Party (DSIP) in Turkey
The Labour right are a puzzle. How come they are simultaneously so venomous towards Jeremy Corbyn and, as John McDonnell famously put it, so “useless”?
The killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile in the US, and Mzee Mohammed in Britain, have inspired a wave of protest.
How to relate to members of the Labour Party has always been one of the most important questions for revolutionaries in Britain. In 1920, when the Communist Party of Great Britain was founded, it was a central debate.
A recent dispute over islands in the South China Sea is a sign of how imperialist tensions between the US and China could set the region ablaze, writes Dave Sewell
Offshore oil workers have a tough life—and to keep up profits bosses are out to make it even tougher. But a new wave of strikes could put a stop to that. Raymie Kiernan spoke to trade unionists organising on the North Sea rigs
The leader of the Labour Party called on his supporters last week to join him in building a “social movement” that can force change through parliament.
Young adults in some parts of sub-Saharan Africa are on average 5cm shorter than their counterparts 40 years ago, revealed an extraordinary study released this week.
Bartley Willcock, who died last week, was a much valued comrade. He brought tremendous energy, humour and determination to the struggle for a better world.
I arrived in Istanbul with my partner and our nine-month old baby just as the military coup was beginning in Turkey.
Tory corruption is to be kept secret. Two files entitled “Cementation contract: Mark Thatcher and the Omanis” are listed as being “retained” for 65 years. Two others were “temporarily retained” with no release date.