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Wrangling over the shadow cabinet and whether there can be “unity” between left and right wingers looked set to dominate the Labour Party conference.
Hundreds of thousands of people have vanished from Britain’s electoral registers—and you’re more likely to be among them if you're young or poor.
Striking teaching assistants lobbied MPs on Wednesday of last week, with five coachloads travelling down to Westminster from Derby.
The battlelines in the fight to defend the NHS have been drawn as junior doctors plan three five-day walkouts in the run-up to Christmas.
NUT union branches and associations have passed motions calling on its leaders to name more strike dates.
Every firefighter in Greater Manchester could face the sack if they refuse to sign up to a new contract.
Security guards working at Met Police control centres in London struck on Tuesday and Friday of last week. Workers were set to strike again this Thursday.
Also: Probe into the paralysis of Julian Cole, March for Dalian Atkinson, Rotherham 12 hold justice convention
A court has been told that police took no action on rape allegations and lost evidence, reports Sadie Robinson
Two separate rallies in Glasgow, joined by around 2,000 people, revived something of the colour of the referendum campaign—and the expectations of what an independent Scotland would bring.
Tube drivers on the Hammersmith & City and Circle London Underground lines struck for 24 hours last week, ending on Friday night.
Workers at London Metropolitan University were set to strike on Thursday to defend jobs, education and their union reps.
Protests erupted in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday of last week after police shot dead black man Keith Scott.
David Cameron’s imperialist war on Libya in 2011 is to blame for the chaos in the country today, writes Alistair Farrow
A verdict in the trial of 26 workers from Egypt’s Alexandria Shipyard has been delayed for a further month.
Golden Dawn fascists are facing opposition, writes Greek socialist and anti-fascist Giorgos Pittas
A year since his first letter, Charlie Kimber warns that no peace is possible with the vicious Labour right—and that vital battles outside the party risk being neglected
An exhibition in Liverpool offers a rare chance to see two very different giants of art, writes Alex May
Director Antoine Fuqua’s new take on 1960s hit western The Magnificent Seven has provoked debate about the film’s intentions. Also: Eastern Europeans in Brexitland, An evening with Peggy Seeger
The shaky ceasefire in Syria has collapsed after just a week. British forces played their role in continuing the suffering of people in Syria.
Two major TV programmes attacking Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters aired this week.
Nick Howard, an inspiring revolutionary socialist for six decades, has died a few days after his 83rd birthday. He met Che Guevara.
‘I get nothing’
The market is a wonderful thing.
Dave Sewell looks at a United Nations Refugee Agency report which details the scale of the crisis as world leaders plan a new clampdown on refugees