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Ten activists from around Britain who will be marching on Saturday told Socialist Worker why they will not be moved
Former Tory chancellor, George “Slasher” Osborne, congratulated Philip Hammond on the chancellor’s first spring budget for its “fiscal responsibility”. It really says it all.
Newly released documents from 1985 show that then home secretary Leon Brittan wanted to avoid “any form of enquiry into the behaviour of the police”.
BA workers continue their strike against poverty pay from Brutish Airways
Stand up to Racism campaigners had a coordinated push last night, Thursday, to build the turnout for the 18 March demonstrations
The weekend of Saturday 18 March will be an international mobilisation against racism across Europe that was initially called by the movement in Greece.
Over half of Northern rail services and 80 percent of Merseyrail services were cancelled on Monday as both firms became the latest to see walkouts by train guards.
The formal process of Britain leaving the European Union could start as early as this week, and will definitely happen by the end of the month, say the Tories
Dozens of RMT union reps with banners protested outside Liverpool Crown Court last week with family and friends of Martin Zee.
Thousands took to the streets in Ireland on International Women's Day to demand a repeal of the 8th Amendment which makes abortion illegal in Ireland
Activists tell Socialist Worker how International Women’s Day became a focus for the movement in the US with massive numbers of women taking to the streets
NHS bosses have told local trusts to stop denying hip operations. But the Tories’ STP plans insist they make cuts
Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Home Office in London on Monday to demand justice over the Battle of Orgreave.
Police officers have “no case to answer” regarding their handling of child sexual abuse in Rotherham, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has decided.
Backbench Labour hypocrites who support the EU’s worst aspects but not the rights of migrant workers only deepen the party’s crisis
TA's are still going strong
Unite strikes are growing along with Ian Allinson's campaign, cleaners take on the bosses and Picturehouse workers go from strength to strength
National demonstration in defense of social housing has been called for the 24 June
Ian Allinson is the left wing candidate for Unite general secretary, invite him to speak at your workplace and help with the campaign
Socialist Worker supports the break-up of the British state.
Around 1,000 people took to the streets against Tory education cuts in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, last Saturday.
The Home Office quietly pulled the rug out from under thousands of refugees with new rules last week.
Nazis drowned out in Alloa
Tories triggering Article 50 should be a spur to fight to shape the outcome, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Protests for abortion rights and against sexist governments took place across the world to mark International Women’s Day
Opposition activists in South Korea are celebrating the Constitutional Court’s unanimous decision by all eight judges to uphold the impeachment of president Park Geun-hye.
State austerity and racism have boosted the racist Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, says Dave Sewell
The removal of President Park Geun-hye from office last week has not stopped mass demonstrations
What’s the truth about the changes in national insurance contributions (NICs) for self-employed people?
Alex Callinicos writes on globalisation and how we can learn from struggles and victories around the world such as in China
Rapid capitalist development in Russian cities gave birth to a working class that dug the Tsar and capitalism’s grave
People across the political spectrum acknowledge that racism exists, but its origins are shrouded in mystery—deliberately so.
With six ballot boxes set up on tables towards the back of the stage, My Country—a work in progress, immediately transports you back to 23 June.
The Good Postman documentary is the true story of a missed opportunity.
The Labour Party is trying to face two ways over Scottish independence—and the result will be disastrous.
Racist lies dominate much of mainstream politics. But wide sections of the population are repulsed by the lurch to the right of those at the top.
The world faces the largest humanitarian crisis since the end of the Second World War.
The Daily Mail newspaper complains that Marie Stopes’ doctors are effectively providing abortion on demand by certifying women for the procedure without actually seeing them.
‘You talk shite, hen’
The Ministry of Defence and MI6 are insisting that claims made by people tortured must be heard behind closed doors.