Dated: 29 Nov 2016
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Racist and far right parties across Europe are trying to follow Donald Trump’s success in the US.
Activists in east London are organising to make sure their area is not divided by racism.
Durham County Council announced today, Wednesday, it will not fire around 2,000 teaching assistants on 31 December and rehire them on worse contracts the next day.
Newly-elected bigot Paul Nuttall now has to lead a deeply divided party, writes Sadie Robinson
The cops’ pet watchdog has received “complaints”—including potential “high level corruption”—regarding police handling of child sexual abuse cases.
Campaigners fighting to defend the NHS across Britain can take heart from a victory against outsourcing giant Carillion in Nottingham last week.
Train drivers on Southern rail have voted by 87 percent to strike. Their first walkout is planned for 13 and 14 December.
Over 100 construction workers protested against Crossrail bosses in London last Friday.
Arcadia distribution workers in Solihull struck on Monday—one of the year’s busiest online shopping days.
The divisions within the Labour Party over immigration have been laid bare
Around 400 parents, teachers and students protested outside the gates of the Winterbourne Academy in South Gloucestershire last Saturday.
Over 200 anti-fascists outnumbered up to 80 Nazis from National Action and English Defence League splinter groups in Bolton last Saturday.
Labour Party members and health campaigners took part in a national day of action for the NHS last Saturday.
Donald Trump last week appointed an education secretary who helps to run and fund a think tank that proposed bringing back child labour.
The right has fed off a political crisis in Italy but workers’ action could shift the mood to the left, writes Simon Basketter
As Austria’s rulers make peace with the fascists ahead of a presidential election, only militant opposition on the streets will push back the threat
Public sector workers struck across Greece against austerity measures on Thursday of last week.
In a sign of the growing pressure on South Korean president Park Geun-hye to resign, she announced that MPs would decide her fate on Tuesday.
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement marked another stage in the low-intensity warfare that has gripped the Tory party. They’ve been squabbling since David Cameron struck his ill-fated deal with the European Union (EU) in February.
The movement of bigots that Donald Trump has brought off the web forums into the White House tries to look edgy, but Nazis are at its heart
County Durham teaching assistants are battling against the odds—and pushing their union officials—to take the fight to a Labour council trying to slash their pay. Raymie Kiernan spoke to the women leading the fight
There are hard plastic chairs and work on the walls—but this is no ordinary classroom. The ABC of Capitalism is seriously good fun, writes Geoff Brown
Veteran left wing filmmaker John Pilger turns the tables on US scaremongering about Chinese military expansion by exposing the imperialist history of the US in the Asia-Pacific region.
Forces supporting Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad had taken control of up to a third of east Aleppo at the start of this week. The area has been under siege since 2014 and the situation for people there is dire.
Theresa May’s Tory government wants to “have its cake and eat it” in Brexit negotiations—but that’s not going to happen.
History must judge Fidel Castro both as the freedom fighter whose defiance humiliated US imperialism and as the ruler of a repressive, unequal society.
At a recent meeting my union branch—health workers in the Unite union—affiliated to Stand Up To Racism (SUTR). They agreed for me to write an SUTR article in every issue of our monthly newsletter.
Nigel Farage promised to lead a march of 100,000 on the Supreme Court this weekend. So where are they? No one seems to know.
Real wages in Britain are set to fall below 2008 levels by 2021 and the poorest third of households are going to get poorer