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A racist, sexist thug and billionaire will be the next leader of the world’s foremost imperialist power.
How has Donald Trump, a thuggish racist billionaire who boasted of sexual assaults on women, won the US presidency? It is a result that sends shockwaves across the world. It must be met by increased resistance.
A Supreme Court ruling on the bedroom tax yesterday, Wednesday, was damning for the government. But it set down limits on legal challenges to the hated policy.
Protesters did no more than act in self defence while standing together against a "cauldron of hatred" from Nazi thugs, the Rotherham 12 trial heard.
Hundreds of people turned outside the US embassy in London last night, Wednesday to protest against Donald Trump's election as US president.
Up to 300 trade unionists and activists from around Britain gathered in central London today, Saturday, at Unite the Resistance national conference.
Two thousand environmentalists, socialists and trade unionists marched in Manchester yesterday, Saturday, against Tory plans to frack for shale gas all over Britain.
In New York and Los Angeles this weekend we saw the largest demonstrations so far. Tens of thousands took to the streets in what was the largest protests yet.
South Korean protests demand president Park Geun-hye's resignation
Teaching assistants (TAs) in Durham are waging an inspiring struggle that shows how to respond to council bosses’ attacks.
Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) campaigners joined protests and rallies across Britain last week—from central London to small-town Devon.
over 850 Arriva bus drivers across West Yorkshire struck on Monday of this week in an ongoing dispute about pay and conditions, particularly driver hours.
As guards on Southern trains prepared for a 48-hour walkout over driver only operated (DOO) trains from next Tuesday, MPs questioned government officials over their role.
IT services workers at Fujitsu in Manchester were set to strike on Wednesday and Thursday, the third round of strikes in a dispute over pay, pensions and job security.
Health bosses have been instructed to keep secret damaging plans that would see hospital departments and services axed across England.
Striking janitors in Glasgow have mounted mass pickets at workplaces that bosses propose to be part of a scheme that could see a quarter of janitors sacked.
Students were set to join a march in London this Saturday on a national demo called by the NUS student’s union and the UCU union.
Workers at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) in Aldermaston and Burghfield in Berkshire struck on Monday against the planned closure of their pension scheme.
Charlie Kimber gives five reasons why the unthinkable happened—and why we should take action
The jury in the trial of the Rotherham 12 has today, Wednesday, delivered not guilty verdicts for all men who stood trial.
An independent inquiry into policing has been demanded after a landmark victory in the Rotherham 12 case.
The protests that greeted Trump’s election have grown, spreading across the US.
We offer a breakdown of the US presidential election results—and look at what they tell us
Anger has burst onto the streets of Morocco after a police murder. Mehdi Rafiq looks at what’s driving the movement
Protest movement is causing a deep crisis for South Korea’s ruling class, writes?Workers’ Solidarity
Student occupations and wider protests have spread across Brazil in response to 20-year public spending freeze, while in France the state is looking to extend its state of emergency
Donald Trump's victory is the result of—and a reaction to—more than thirty years of neoliberalism, writes Alex Callinicos
The election of right wing Republican Donald Trump as US president has led to shock—and sparked protests. Activists across the US spoke to Alistair Farrow about the result, the aftermath and how they are fighting back
The politics of the ruling class are in deep crisis as disillusionment with the system deepens. Socialist Worker argues that discontent doesn’t have to go to the right
BBC documentary Black Nurses busts the myth that migrants drain our NHS, but it misses out the story of their collective struggle
Roots, Reggae and Rebellion, presented by the politically-charged rapper and poet Akala, is a journey through the rise of the movement.
The Tories are ramping up their plans to break up and privatise the NHS.
After the disastrous election of Donald Trump in the US, black people, migrants, LGBT+ people and Muslims fear an increase in racism and attacks. Women’s rights could be weakened.
A big campaign has taken off in Cambridgeshire to defend nursery schools. Last week parents, governors, teachers, support staff, Labour councillors, the local MP and others joined together to launch the campaign.
The main energy firms are making much bigger profits than they claim, and other stories about the Tories and the rich
Labour-controlled Glasgow council is pushing through vicious cuts but workers are fighting back. Raymie Kiernan looks at the politics behind the strikes and Labour’s disgraceful record