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Up to 10,000 people joined a rally in support of Jeremy Corbyn in Liverpool on Monday night. It was another sign of the growing support behind his campaign to be re-elected leader of the Labour Party.
Anti-fascists humiliated Nazis from Britain First in Coventry last Saturday.
A big march took place in Glasgow last Saturday demanding a second referendum on Scottish Independence. Organised by the “All under one banner” group, the turnout of around 10,000 surprised almost everyone.
Five years after the summer riots, Alistair Farrow takes aim at claims that they were just ‘mindless’
Over 2,000 people marched in York last Saturday in Yorkshire’s largest demonstration against fracking.
Protesters in Beccles, Suffolk, lobbied a meeting of the local Clinical Commisioning Group (CCG) on Friday of last week.
A last-minute U-turn on a major infrastructure deal last week dashed any hopes that prime minister Theresa May’s coronation would halt the turmoil in the Tory Party.
Workers in Scotland, London and the south east of England are stepping up their strikes to resist bosses’ plans to undermine safety on the railways.
A national demonstration to defend education will take place in central London on Saturday 19 November.
Workers in Britain have suffered the biggest fall in wages of the world’s richest countries since the economic crisis began in 2007.
LGBT+ marchers at Norwich Pride | Engineers ballot at Network Rail | VTEC rail workers could strike against cuts | Prudential ballot against outsourcing | Job losses at Lloyds bank | Shop fitters slam HMY Radford pay offer | Journalists resist restructuring at Trinity Mirror
Bosses hope discrimination will divide us, but a successful strike of migrant workers at Fawley refinery was an important victory, writes Dave Sewell
A seriously ill 43 year old man died handcuffed to his hospital bed because immigration detention officers feared he would escape.
Bus drivers in Weymouth, Dorset, plan a week-long strike from next Monday.
Teaching assistants (TAs) in Durham fighting the Labour council’s plans to slash their pay by 23 percent received a boost from Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn last week.
Health workers employed by outsourcing giant ISS at Homerton Hospital in east London are fighting attacks on their hours and jobs.
Labour’s two big obsessions—electability and party unity—were the big themes of its first leadership hustings in Cardiff last night, Thursday.
Anti-racist campaigners have held rallies and protests across Britain. Some 200 people marched from the Broadwater Farm estate in Tottenham, north London, to Tottenham police station today, Saturday. They were demanding justice for Mark Duggan and all other victims of police racism and violence.
A battle is taking place in Turkey to decide who will gain in the wake of an attempted military coup last month.
French cops kettled 1,000 people in Paris last Saturday to stop them marching for justice for a black man who died in police custody.
Simon Basketter continues our series of columns on the Labour Party with a look at one of its lesser-known radicals
Calls for a truce in the Labour Party risk leading the left to repeat the mistakes of the 1980s, warns Sadie Robinson
Now that Hillary Clinton has been confirmed as the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate the usual arguments are being mobilised to brigade the left behind her. The most important one stresses not the positive qualities of the Democratic candidate but the negative qualities of their Republican opponent.
A city planned for the rich and ‘slavery’ for workers while the poor are cleansed for being in the way. Andy Brown and Simon Shaw expose the Rio Olympic Games
Several attempts have been made to dramatise Bobby Sands’ fatal hunger strike—but 66 Days succeeds where others have failed, says?Sarah Bates
Stanley Kubrick’s film Barry Lyndon is often described as an underrated classic.
Jeremy Corbyn’s critics inside the Labour Party have perfected missing the point.
Politicians have learned nothing from the Chilcot report.
Residents on the Scottish island of Bute have hit back at pernicious claims made in the Daily Mail newspaper last week that Syrian refugees here “want to leave”.
‘The radical and corrosive Left retains a stranglehold on our wider culture’
David Cameron’s legacy is as it should be. A load of honours for his mates.