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The Tory plan for new grammar schools in England is one of the first major announcements since Theresa May became prime minister.
This year’s TUC congress in Brighton came after the Tories passed their Trade Union Act in May.
The NHS crisis is so deep that even top managers say it is near breaking point.
Prudential strike, Easyjet ballot, Newsquest vote, Telford protest, housing demo, Glasgow pay strike
Rank and file teaching assistants (TAs) are organising to reject a “much improved” offer from Labour-controlled Durham County Council.
Hundreds of workers building the HMS Prince of Wales aircraft carrier in Rosyth held an unofficial strike on Monday.
The NUT union’s national executive committee met last week. The union is in dispute over the impact of Tory education policies and funding cuts, and held an England-wide strike on 5 July.
Campaigners from the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign (OTJC) and their supporters gathered outside parliament today, Tuesday, ahead of a meeting with home secretary Amber Rudd.
Workers at Tower Transit bus depots in east and west London walked out for 24 hours on Monday. It was their third one-day strike in as many weeks—and they’re set to come out again next Monday.
The Rotherham 12 Defence Campaign has called a national convention in the run-up to a trial of 12 men for serious offences, including violent disorder.
Security guards working at Met Police control centres in London struck for 24 hours on Tuesday of this week and on Friday of last week.
Thousands of people were set to march in central London on Saturday in solidarity with refugees.
The Scottish National Party’s support for big business and the European Union risks damaging support for "indyref2" rather than boosting it, warns Raymie Kiernan
Thousands of Post Office workers were set to strike this Thursday against job cuts, privatisation and an attack on their pensions.
At a meeting of ‘moderate’ Labour Party factions, activists and MPs plotted to keep undermining their leader
A group of up to 20 teenagers beat up a Polish man in Leeds, West Yorkshire, last week in a suspected racially aggravated assault.
The TUC bureaucracy was pessimistic about the prospects of defending workers' rights at conference in Brighton this week.
This weekend 26 workers from Egypt’s Alexandria Shipyard are expected to find out the verdict in their military trial. They are calling for support
Junior doctors have stopped an attempt to end their fight against Tory health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s imposition of a dangerous new contract.
Bosses want to close down more than 100 crown branches and outsource them to companies such as WHSmith. They also plan cuts to admin, supply chain and cash handling services.
Police failed to act on a 13 year old girl's complaints that she was repeatedly raped in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, a court has heard.
UCU union members at London Metropolitan University in north London have voted by two to one for strikes.
Up to 20,000 people from all over Britain marched through central London today, Saturday, to say Refugees Welcome.
A wave of prison strikes has spread across the US. Prisoners at an estimated 40 institutions across over 20 US states held strikes, protests and boycotts on Friday of last week.
Top US and Russian officials have announced a new ceasefire deal in Syria.
Labour’s long history of expulsions is ultimately driven by the party’s focus on parliament, writes Nick Clark
The decision to build a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset is a disaster for safety, the environment and workers’ living standards.
As the weeks go by, we are beginning to get a picture of what kind of prime minister Theresa May will be.
Sociologist Christine Delphy, one of France’s leading feminists, spoke to Socialist Worker.
An attack on a pregnant woman in Bletchley has focused attention on racism. People in the Milton Keynes town told Tomáš Tengely-Evans about their experiences, the impact of the EU vote—and how they are fighting back
It’s 100 years since the birth of the Dada artistic movement. Rachel Levine argues BBC’s new TV documentary Gaga for Dada misses the point entirely.
David Cameron has followed his humiliating resignation as prime minister by announcing he is resigning as an MP. Good riddance!
Two reports this week showed how girls and young women are being failed by the system.
The murder of Clodagh Hawe and her children by her husband Alan, and storylines in popular soaps, have put domestic violence under the media spotlight.
I was among the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign members who met home secretary Amber Rudd in parliament last week.
Swine of Chipping Norton is ready to live high on the hog
More people may be in work but full-time positions are getting harder to find. Behind the figures, Alistair Farrow finds that bosses are making employment work for them—not us