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Theresa May laid out her plan for Brexit on Sunday—at her first Tory party conference as prime minister.
Strikers at London Metropolitan University have won huge support from trade unionists, students and others, including Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Virgin Trains East Coast (Vtec) workers walked out on strike on Monday.
Labour-run Durham County Council is playing classic divide and rule to ram through its 23 percent cut to pay teaching assistants' (TAs) pay in the hope it can undermine a move towards strikes.
Also: Manchester fire chiefs back down on mass sacking | Stop presses for Newsquest jobs | Ritzy’s revenge opens on Friday | Glasgow council divides unions | Airport protesters take on Heathrow | Pay action on Ipswich buses
Labour’s day of action against Tory grammar schools got its activists out on the streets, reports Nick Clark
Jeremy Corbyn was under pressure this week to accept a compromise deal on shadow cabinet elections with those who tried to oust him.
A man accused of sexual assaults denied knowing his accusers yet had contacted two of them on Facebook, a court has heard.
Also: LSE cleaners insist they are not second class
Over 200 people attended the Radical Independence Campaign (Ric) conference in Glasgow last Saturday.
Around 80 people gathered for a conference hosted by the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign in Sheffield last Saturday.
Chancellor Philip Hammond confirmed a “reset” of Tory economic policy in his speech on Monday, ditching any timetable for eliminating Britain’s deficit.
Plans unveiled by the Tories to boost housing won’t come close to solving the crisis of a lack of affordable homes.
Train guards on Southern Rail faced the sack unless they accepted a new role and agreed to bosses’ terms by Thursday this week.
Prime minister Theresa May closed a Conservative Party conference of hard right wing policies by laying out her “vision” in a speech today, Wednesday.
Communities and local government secretary Sajid Javid has overturned Lancashire County Council’s rejection of fracking today, Thursday. He authorised gas firm Cuadrilla to begin its dangerous drilling for shale gas at Preston New Road in the village of Little Plumpton.
More than 200 people protested on the first day of the trial of the Rotherham 12 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, today, Thursday.
Hundreds of people have been killed and whole residential districts destroyed in Aleppo, Syria, in the last two weeks.
Protests took place across the US over the weekend as the police’s killing spree continued apace.
The “jungle” shantytown of refugees in Calais is to be demolished “in the next few weeks”, French prime minister Manuel Valls vowed last Sunday.
Also: Narrow vote rejects Farc peace deal in Colombia
The South African students’ revolt against a tuition fee hike continues—and has defied the authorities’ attempts to stop demonstrations and protests.
Western governments and their allies are conniving to send Afghan refugees back to a warzone.
The Chicago Teachers’ Union suspended a planned strike of 30,000 workers as Socialist Worker went to press.
Deutsche Bank has symbolised German capitalism ever since its foundation in 1870, on the eve of Germany’s unification.
Too many Labour politicians are going along with the Tories’ racist arguments that migrants are taking jobs, houses and driving down wages. Dave Sewell looks at the facts
Damned, Channel 4’s new sitcom about social workers, made a decent start. But we’re yet to see if it will tackle the real issues, writes Louise Harrisen
The Royal Academy’s exhibition gives a glimpse of New York’s artistic scene in the aftermath of the Second World War.
Theresa May pledged this week to “put an end to the industry of vexatious claims” against soldiers under human rights law.
Activist Jackie Walker was removed as the vice chair of Labour left group Momentum on Monday.
In the past when the Labour right has not been able to rely on the trade union bureaucracy to bolster its position, it has tacked left.
‘More brains in the tent, please’
The US military paid a British PR firm over half a billion dollars in the wake of the 2003 Iraq invasion to create fake terrorist videos in a covert operation.