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The Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) conference in London united refugees, councillors, students, trade unionists and others —and showed the potential to push back racism.
Veteran left wing director Ken Loach’s new film tells the story of a joiner who stops work due to ill health.
Right wing members of the Labour Party were raging last week after left wing party Jeremy Corbyn moved against them with a shadow cabinet reshuffle.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at short notice on a rural stretch of Preston New Road in Lancashire last Saturday against the Tories forcing through fracking.
A Nazi ringleader led a drunken street attack on Asian men after an anti-fascist demonstration in Rotherham marking the racist murder of a grandfather, a jury has heard.
Anti-racists lobbied Ealing council in west London yesterday, Tuesday, to demand councillors support the implementation of the "Dubs Amendment".
Journalists working on regional newspapers in south London walked out on the first day of a week-long strike today, Thursday.
Two men who came to Britain as child refugees in the 1930s spoke out for the refugee children of today at London Liverpool Street last night Friday. Labour lord Alf Dubs and Professor Leslie Brent came as part of the “Kindertransport” trains fleeing the Nazis.
Around 150 people crowded into the Arbour youth centre in Tower Hamlets, east London, on Friday night for a public meeting. They had came to show solidarity with Zac Hussein, a youth worker at the centre, who says he was attacked by the police.
A prosecution witness in the Rotherham 12 trial was pictured alongside a group of men giving Nazi salutes.
Theresa May has backed a scheme by bosses at a London hospital to make pregnant women show their passport or immigration documents before giving birth.
Trade unionists, students, refugee solidarity volunteers, politicians, socialists and campaigners from all over Britain are queueing up for a landmark conference to launch a mass anti-racist movement.
People have travelled from across Britain to join the Stand Up To Racism national conference in central London today, Saturday.
Migrant workers are not to blame for falling wages and worsening conditions at work.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbott, new shadow home secretary, were greeted with a standing ovation as they entered the Stand Up To Racism conference today, Saturday.
Government airport expansion plans will bring widespread noise pollution to south east England—and damage the climate.
The Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) conference last Saturday was a fantastic success. It must now become the launchpad for a mass social movement.
Striking workers at the Ritzy cinema in Brixton, south London, marched to the BFI London film festival in Leicester Square on Thursday of last week.
A complainant in an abuse trial gave “pretty impressive” detail about defendants who claim they never met her, a court has heard.
Activists protested outside the annual Stirling Awards for architecture on Thursday of last week.
A rally and march called to Stand up to Lambeth Council brought together over 200 people last Saturday, angry and disgusted at the south London Labour council.
Currency markets reacted to Brexit with a fall in the pound, as bosses make us pay for their system’s chaos
Journalists working on regional newspapers in South London were set to begin a week-long strike on Thursday of this week.
Tory housing minister Gavin Barwell has a bizarre solution to the housing crisis.
Hull College , Southall against academies, biscuit dispute, cleaners protest, Fujitsu ballot, Ipswich buses, Clitheroe chemicals, Kurdish protest, anti-racism
Some 3,000 people marched down Cable Street, east London, on Sunday to mark the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Cable Street.
Two strikes in outsourced council services are exposing the cost of privatisation in Sheffield.
Train guards were defiant as they began a three-day strike on Tuesday against Southern rail bosses’ plans to introduce the dangerous Driver Only Operation (DOO).
Two of the least popular presidential candidates in US history had words they hoped would never be heard exposed in leaks last week.
A wave of mass protests in Poland has smashed a proposed total ban on abortions in a humiliating defeat for the right wing government.
Thousands of Yemenis, some with guns, protested in the streets of the capital, Sanaa, last Sunday after a Saudi Arabian airstrike.
Nigel Farage’s party should have been careful what it wished for. Sadie Robinson diagnoses the racists’ post-Brexit headaches
Theresa May used last week’s Tory conference in Birmingham to shift her party and her government sharply to the right.
Say “skinheads” and most people will think instinctively of fascist thugs but the truth is far more complex.
Black people in the US make up 5 percent of the total population—but 25 percent of the prison population. This insightful documentary film exposes the reality behind the statistic.
There is a deep bitterness in British society. Every serious analysis of the vote for Britain to exit the European Union (EU) concedes that the Leave vote was fuelled, at least partially, by anger.
More former police officers have spoken out against the policing of striking miners during the 1984 Battle of Orgreave.
Nobel Prize-winning playwright and revolutionary activist Dario Fo, who has died at the age of 90, was one of the most important writers in Italian history, writes Mark Brown
At Glasgow High Court last Wednesday, Ronnie Coulter was found guilty of the murder of Surjit Singh Chhokar.
Mazher Mahmood, known as the “Fake Sheikh”, has been found guilty of conspiring to pervert the course of justice.