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Chants of, “Dump Trump” and, “Shame on May” rang out through towns and cities across Britain as tens of thousands joined protests on Monday night.
Debates raged on Whitehall and across Britain on Monday night about where the rising movement against Donald Trump and Theresa May could go next.
If people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria or Yemen arrive in Britain without the right visa they risk deportation or detention.
Guardian journalist Gary Younge called for building a mass movement against racism in Britain this week.
A thousands-strong protest by students at the University of California, Berkeley, stopped a speech by the alt right pundit Milo Yiannopoulos last night, Wednesday.
A new film, The Asylum Market, exposes the dire conditions that asylum seekers in Britain suffer in accommodation provided by security firm G4S.
Activists are going all out to build for the demonstration against Donald Trump outside the US embassy in London this Saturday.
Protesters are getting ready for a visit to Britain by Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday.
Ferry workers in Woolwich walked out for a second time over allegations of management bullying and sexual harassment today, Friday. They operate the Thames river ferry crossing in south east London.
Tens of thousands have gathered in central London to kick off a day of protest cross Britain against US president Donald Trump’s “Muslim ban”.
In London 40,000 people marched today, Saturday, against Donald Trump’s Muslim ban—and Theresa May’s support for Trump.
Campaigners have vowed that if US president Donald Trump comes to Britain he’ll be met with mass protests
Trade unionists in the NHS are building the anti-racist movement in response to new attacks on migrants who receive health care.
Trump's attacks on Muslims and migrants have caused outrage. Full list of protests in Britain here.
Socialist Worker urges all readers and supporters to join the protests in Britain against Trump’s ban and British complicity with it.
Towns and cities across Britain erupted in protest tonight, Monday, against Donald Trump’s ban on immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries.
Images from just some of the protests in towns and cities across Britain
Health bosses have hired “bouncers” to shield themselves from growing anger at consultation meetings
The workers who disinfect and sterilise surgical instruments at three south Wales hospitals struck on Wednesday of last week.
The Tories are preparing a fresh attack on the poor, announcing plans to close more than one in ten job centres last week.
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) conference last Saturday debated standing in the May elections
Ballot papers will go out this week for elections in the UCU union—and the left is winning support.
Donald Trump’s racist onslaught reached fever pitch last weekend as he placed a ban on people coming to the US from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Ferry workers in Woolwich, south east London, struck for 24 hours in the first of twelve planned walkouts last Friday.
Furious protests filled the streets in towns and cities across Britain yesterday, Monday, against Donald Trump.
After the great success of Monday's marches, step up the pressure by demonstrating this Saturday
Also: new Tube walkout
Around 150 teaching assistants (TAs) descended on Derby Council’s head office on Tuesday blowing whistles, ringing bells and waving flags and placards.
Corbyn is right to reject Tory plans and trigger Article 50—but Labour rebels weaken him, says Nick Clark
Over 200 people packed an emergency meeting in St Pauls, Bristol, last Saturday. It was called in response to an assault on Judah Adunbi by police, which was captured on film.
Britain’s super rich have dodged £1 billion more in tax since the Tories set up a new HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) unit in 2009 to make them pay more tax.
Also: Benefit cuts kill in Kentish Town | Nominate Ian Allinson in Unite | Peace activists target fighter jets | Nuclear bosses attack pensions | No justice over Marikana | Picturehouse strike vote | EHRC layoffs | Fracking protests | Housing campaigns
Big demonstrations welcomed around 500 refugee children to school in the port city of Piraeus, near Athens in Greece, last Tuesday.
Donald Trump’s “Muslim ban” order applies to seven countries—all of them hammered by the US war machine and its allies such as Britain. The effect is to stop desperate refugees fleeing the chaos that US bombs and bullying created.
Theresa May must have thought it was a smart move to become the first foreign leader to meet Donald Trump in the White House.
Twelve years before the 1917 Russian Revolution, another uprising shook the Tsarist regime to its core
After two weeks of mass resistance to new US president Donald Trump, Simon Basketter looks at the power of protests and where it can lead
After huge protests against Donald Trump, activists from across the United States told Socialist Worker about how they’re organising to bring down the monster in the White House
Director Mick Jackson told Tomáš Tengely-Evans about his film Denial, the David Irving case it dramatises and the issues it raises today
Donald Trump is not just “business as usual”. He represents something more overtly and aggressively racist, sexist and undemocratic than most politicians.
Former Labour MP Tam Dalyell, who died last week, should be remembered as a principled opponent of the lies used to justify wars.
Haringey residents are taking on the council over “redevelopment” that would destroy seven estates in north London writes Alistair Farrow