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Tory prime minister Theresa May could ban European Union (EU) migrants from coming to Britain unless they have a job. The family of a much-needed nurse, teacher or construction worker could be barred.
The British Medical Association (BMA) suspended a planned five-day strike today, Monday.
Two people died on Wednesday of last week following a high speed police chase speed through a residential area in Penge, south London.
The Southern Railway gravy train was topped up with a £20 million bailout last week from Tory transport secretary Chris Grayling.
Disabled people are highlighting the impact of austerity alongside the Paralympic Games this week. Also: Old Firm clash hit by Glasgow workers’ action | Were steel unions missold PFF? | University workers vote on pay walkout | Ballot on pay freeze at Freightliner| Bectu members vote for merger with Prospect | CPS could charge over Kingsley death
The two biggest fights we face in schools are over spending cuts that threaten to wreck education, and ending primary Sats tests.
A strike ballot is on at London Metropolitan University to defend jobs, conditions and victimised union reps.
Some 200 protesters in Oxford last Saturday demanded affordable housing.
Britain First Nazis invaded the Al Manar Mosque in Cardiff as part of building up to a meeting they are holding this Saturday.
Bosses at outsourcer ISS caved in to the threat of a cleaners’ strike demanding hours they cut earlier this year were reinstated.
The real reason for the ludicrous attacks on Corbyn is that the right know they’re losing, says Nick Clark
Also: Solidarity for drivers in Weymouth
Some 2,500 support staff across 20 Scottish further education colleges walked out on Tuesday over pay. It was the Unison union’s first Scotland-wide college strike.
Activists are preparing to mobilise for a national demonstration outside the Tory Party conference in Birmingham on Sunday 2 October.
Hours before the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games in Brazil tonight, Wednesday, disabled activists blocked Westminster Bridge in London.
Some 60 people were deported to Jamaica today, Wednesday, on a flight chartered by the Home Office and with the cooperation of the Jamaican state.
Disabled passengers joined the picket line today, Wednesday, at London’s Victoria station in solidarity with RMT union train guards fighting to retain their role on Southern train services.
Why we blocked Westminster Bridge and are right to protest
The government's announcement that Dungavel immigration detention camp in Scotland will close is a victory for protest, and a spur for continuing struggle
The Aslef train drivers’ union is facing a bill for almost £1 million for daring to fight the firm behind the Southern rail fiasco.
Theresa May has confirmed that her Tory government’s first central policy will be to bring back grammar schools. Sadie Robinson talks to people who experienced the much-hated system first time round
Around 300 people, many of them refugees and asylum seekers, rallied despite the rain outside Yarl's Wood detention centre in Bedfordshire today.
Millions of workers in India have joined a one-day general strike today, Friday.
The racist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party beat chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative CDU into third place in a regional election last weekend | Plus Sioux protests take on big oil in the US
Lorry drivers, shopkeepers, farmers, police, dockers and right wing politicians are protested this week in Calais to demand the demolition of the “jungle” refugee camp.
What could happen when activists push for right wing MPs to be replaced by supporters of Jeremy Corbyn, asks Nick Clark
The G20 summit this week is a good test of the mood among the ruling classes of the world. It brings together leaders and central bankers from 20 major economies that collectively account for 85 percent of global production and 80 percent of world trade.
Every pound will strengthen a socialist paper at the heart of the resistance
New Tory plans to ‘centralise’ health services are masking a fresh round of cuts to an NHS already under severe strain. Disaster could be just around the corner
The Irish government refuses to take tax off a giant corporation at the same time as imposing brutal austerity. This is an outrage—and it tells us a lot about how the system works, argues People Before Profit TD Richard Boyd-Barrett
A BBC documentary uses previously secret documents to tell the story of Britain's nuclear “deterrent” from the end of the Second World War.
Alberto Pizango and 51 others have been on trial for the last two years in Peru charged with rebellion, sedition, murder and conspiracy against the state.
The story of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar and those who pursue him gets darker in this superior new season.
The Tories marked their return from a long summer holiday by doing what they do best—whipping up racism and fighting among themselves.
Socialists have no interest in individuals’ private consensual sexual choices. Indeed if Labour MP Keith Vaz has a wider sexual spectrum than he previously showed in public it is the one nice thing you could say about him.
Elaine was a wonderful comrade and a warm, funny, kind and gentle woman. She burned with a passion against injustice and was driven by the desire to fight for a better world.
I’m 18 and about to start a Bachelors degree. I’m also from a working class family in the North, that huge part of England the government doesn’t seem to know exists.
‘Refusing to listen to the electorate has never been a winning formula’
The Scottish National Party (SNP)’s vision for Scotland includes much corporate lobbying.
After decades of war, could left wing guerrillas Farc make peace with the state?