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Voting started this week in the Labour leadership election.
Thousands of people marched through Glasgow last Saturday on the city’s Pride march.
Nostalgic Tories want to take us back to the “selective” schooling system of their youth.
Dalian Atkinson’s family faces a long fight for justice after his killing, writes Dave Sewell
Support for Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign continued to grow as ballot papers for the Labour Party leadership election went out on Monday.
Workers at the takeaway delivery company Deliveroo celebrated a victory last week as they forced management to back down over its plans to introduce new rates of pay.
As the Antarctic winter draws to a close, scientists watching the continent’s ice shelf have found alarming signs that it could be falling apart.
Postal workers in Wiltshire staged an unofficial walkout this morning, Wednesday, after bosses suspended a union rep.
Postal workers on unofficial strike in Swindon ended their walkout last night, Wednesday, after a suspended rep was reinstated.
Bfawu bakers' union general secretary Ronnie Draper has spoken out after he was suspended from the Labour Party yesterday, Thursday.
NHS bosses are drawing up plans to shut hospital departments across England as the Tories ramp up their assault on the health service.
One of London’s top transport tycoons broke down in fury today, Friday, as over 1,000 of his workers walked out on strike.
The Justice for Kingsley Burrell campaign occupied the building that houses Birmingham’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) offices today,Friday.
Protesters took to the streets against “burkini” bans today, Friday, as a constitutional stand-off developed in France over whether they would continue to be implemented.
Delivery riders working for Uber Eats struck yesterday, Friday, against the company’s attempt to cut their pay to just £3.22 per delivery.
Routine operations face chronic delays in a crisis that Tory plans will only make worse, warns Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Britain’s top firms threw five times more cash at their shareholders than they paid into workers’ pension schemes last year.
Has Jeremy Corbyn made the Labour Party unelectable? It’s the main charge against him from the Labour right and even parts of the “soft left”.
New figures show how the Tories are pushing the market into housing—and the damage it does, says Alistair Farrow
Bosses at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) face fresh strikes in their battle with rail workers’ unions to undermine safety and slash services.
Media baron Rupert Murdoch failed last week in his bid to overturn Scottish socialist Tommy Sheridan’s 2006 defamation victory against the now defunct News of the World newspaper.
Around 80 campaigners protested in Lewisham, south east London, last Saturday against the Labour council’s cuts to the library service.
Post Office workers in the CWU union have voted by 83 percent for strikes over plans to slash jobs, services and pensions.
Anti-racists won a victory in the fight against the Tories’ Islamophobic “Prevent” agenda last week.
Bus drivers in Weymouth struck on Monday in the ninth week of their dispute against poverty pay.
Kurdish people in Turkey are under assault by Isis and the Turkish state in the aftermath of the failed coup, argues Charlie Kimber
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has grabbed the mayoralty of two crucial South African cities. The party openly backs big business and has its roots in some of the white parties that existed under apartheid.
Anti-racists in France and Britain are preparing to protest against the “burkini ban” imposed in 18 localities in France.
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George Lansbury went from campaigner to Labour leader only to be brought down by his own side, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The left must start to contest the debate about what will happen when Britain leaves the European Union (EU). At the moment the argument is dominated by competing right wing visions.
Reforming capitalism is not the same as socialism, argues Sadie Robinson. Another society is possible—but can only come about through a revolution by working class people
Cops love their “non-lethal” Tasers so much that their use is rocketing. But they are an ideological tool in the hands of our rulers—and there’s no way of making them safe, argues Dave Sewell. Pictures by Guy Smallman
Black is a film adaptation of books by author Dirk Bracke—influenced by William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and Arthur Laurents’ West Side Story,
The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil goes on tour across Scotland this month. The revival of this influential play is timely, writes Dave Gilchrist
South African athlete Caster Semenya won the women’s 800 metre gold medal at the Olympics.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn struck fear into Britain’s rulers when he said he would avoid war if a Nato ally was attacked.
Norman Smith was a tireless trade unionist activist from the 1970s until his victimisation after a five-month long Liverpool social workers’ strike in 2004-05.
At least three French towns have banned the wearing of “burkinis”. This has supposedly been done in the name of “emancipating women” and “combatting terrorism”.
Locking people up in jail for having opinions the government doesn’t like isn’t enough for justice secretary Liz Truss.