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A tide of hatred for US president Donald Trump has isolated Theresa May in her insistence on bringing the bigot-in-chief to Britain.
Protests have shaken France this week after the brutal actions of police assaulting and raping a young black man with a truncheon.
New decree in Turkey gives president Erdogan even greater powers already resulting in mass suspensions and dismissals of workers
Anger at Tory attacks on the NHS is fuelling protests to beat them back.
Tory ministers made a dodgy deal to increase social care funding with the leader of a Tory-run county council that includes several top MPs’ constituencies.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) have sacked ten workers with only a days notice while they were on strike against budget cuts and redundancies
Why was there no second worker on these trains?: Copeland council strikers confront the fat cat mayor: Fight against eviction threatened by a charity: Now step up the pressure after another Tory attack: New challenges in the battle for abortion rights.
British Airways “mixed fleet” cabin crew have called eight days of strikes in nine days—escalating the fight against their employers' poverty pay.
Strikes took place at the Atomic Weapons Establishment’s (AWE) two sites in Berkshire and workers are not going to take having their pensions slashed
Labour MP Clive Lewis appears to have backed down from challenging left wing party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The 1917 Russian Revolution saw many gains for LGBT+ rights. These were inseparable from the fight for socialism
Activists are fighting Donald Trump’s new attacks on abortion rights, writes Eleanor Claxton-Mayer
Unite union general secretary Len McCluskey looks set to face an election contested from the left as well as the right.
Anti-racists are building for demonstrations called by Sand Up To Racism in London, Glasgow and Cardiff on 18 March.
On Monday 20 February MPs will discuss the petition against Donald Trump’s state visit to Britain - and mass protests can turn the heat on Trump and Theresa May. Join these demonstrations in your area to say Trump isn't welcome here.
The 8th Amendment in Ireland makes abortion illegal but there is growing support for repeal and safe access to abortions
More than 100 library campaigners packed a council planning committee meeting in Lambeth, south London, last Tuesday.
UCU Left candidates are fighting to win big votes in the lecturers’ union.
Campaigners for the environment have vowed to form a block on the Stand Up To Racism demonstrations on 18 March.
A Labour council in north London took a step closer to launching a massive attack on council housing tenants last night, Tuesday.
As many as 175 people packed into the York Stand up to Racism rally
Southern Railway train drivers have rejected the deal cooked up over ten days of talks by the TUC union federation, rail bosses and their Aslef union officials by 54 percent to 46 percent.
A police officer who built a profile of Anthony Grainger did not intend firearms officers to use it, a public inquiry has heard.
A united call to organise against the racist, sexist bigot Donald Trump went out from a national conference in London today, Saturday.
A racist witch hunt is underway in Oldham, Greater Manchester. The Sunday Times claims Muslims are trying to take over state schools.
Raids on immigrants by border guards provoked big protests across the US
Some 750,000 people took to the streets of Seoul, the capital of South Korea, last Saturday to demand the immediate resignation of the President Park Geun-hye.
US president Donald Trump is facing serious problems. He has not yet been able to fill key positions and the protests against him are deepening.
On the surface of it, Donald Trump seemed to make a huge shift in the US imperialist policy in the Middle East yesterday, Wednesday.
On the face of it, the Tories should be more divided than Labour by the vote to leave the European Union.
Britain is divided into “two distinct classes—those who own property and those who are getting poorer”.
It’s not migrants who are draining the NHS - and laws to deny them free care are costing lives
Before Trump, there was Bush. When Tony Blair rolled out the red carpet for his hated mate in the White House, mass protests ruined their royal tea party
Workers and soldiers spontaneously rose up against the Tsar many times—but it took organisation to carry this through to victory
The Royal Academy’s revolutionary Russian art exhibition is impressive, but the working class is rarely seen as fully active within history
Defending freedom of movement and migrant workers’ rights is a key dividing line in British politics.
The Oroville dam in California is a grotesque metaphor for US capitalism. The dam—the largest in the US—is ready to burst.
Danny Jardine, who has died after a long period of ill health, was a life-long socialist.
We’ve had a great experience in building Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) in the school where I teach.
Unlike Paul Nuttall, Roy Bentham was at the Hillsborough disaster that cost 96 Liverpool fans their lives. He responds to the Ukip leader's lies
Read our full global coverage of the resistance to the bigot-in-chief Donald Trump