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The Tories ramped up their war on disabled people with dangerous new “reforms” to the personal independence payment (Pip) benefits last Thursday.
The Tories are on the rocks over their attacks on schools
New evidence has emerged of a cover-up involving the government, medical authorities and giant corporations.
Around 70 people formed a loud, confident picket line at Forest Hill School for boys in Lewisham, south east London, today, Tuesday.
The hospital has set up a private company called Barnsley Support Services. It wants to transfer the hospital estate, maintenance, procurement and other support staff to it. Existing staff will be protected for a period under Tupe regulations but unions fear that the move will lead to a two-tier workforce.
Two dangerous examples this week were the first to show how the Trade Union Act can be used to put the brakes on disputes.
Care home residents in Doncaster were told last week they would be evicted in 30 days because their residence is “not sustainable”.
Health workers at three hospitals in South Wales have forced a pay rise of up to £1,900 from bosses after a one-day walkout in January.
Workers at IT services firm Fujitsu struck last Friday—and planned further walkouts on Friday this week and next Monday.
Southern Rail train drivers will be balloted on a new deal agreed between their Aslef union leaders and bosses at Govia Thameslink Railway.
Workers across the Picturehouse cinema chain struck last Saturday.
Days before voting starts in the Unite union’s general secretary election, incumbent Len McCluskey’s campaign has been caught sending members false information.
Workers at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) were set to take the first of a new round of eight 24-hour strikes on Thursday of this week and Monday of next.
New EU attacks on Greek workers and on refugees are a reminder that our task is fight for a left Brexit
Successful demonstrations last Saturday show the potential to build bigger resistance to the racist right
With a second referendum in Scotland increasingly likely, the left must fight to make sure it is called and won—and furthers ordinary people’s interests
Cleaners at the London School of Economics (LSE) university began a 48-hour strike today
McDonald’s fast food stores are clamping down on trade union activists.
Parents are hitting back at Tory plans to slash schools' money.
Aslef union leaders and bosses at Govia Thameslink Railway, which runs Southern rail, have agreed a deal to be voted on by train drivers.
Anti-racists gather across Britain to join protests against racism
Thirty thousand people demonstrated in London today in a great show of determined unity against racism.
30,000 people joined the Stand Up To Racism march in London
Around 3,000 people joined an anti-racist march in Glasgow
Footage from the 30,000-strong Stand Up To Racism demonstration in London
Labour Party officials have threatened to suspend one of their own constituency parties for campaigning against a free school
Care home residents in Doncaster—including many receiving end-of-life care—were told last week they were being evicted
Attacks on workers could be trouble for Trump—if the movement stays strong enough, says Alistair Farrow
Head of a United Nations (UN) agency Rima Khalaf has been forced to resign after publishing a report calling Israel an apartheid state.
As people in the Netherlands vote in a general election today, Wednesday, the result could be another breakthrough for the racist right.
Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte has hailed the result as a victory against “the wrong kind of populism”.
US president Donald Trump’s latest Muslim ban has suffered a sharp legal reverse
Over ten thousand people demonstrated in Paris yesterday, Sunday, against racism and police violence
Elections can be bought. While voters are no longer bought beer in rotten boroughs, the spending at elections is eye watering.
Tory chancellor Philip Hammond has shown that the Tories are for turning.
Theresa May and her education secretary Justine Greening may have bitten off more than they can chew
After a corrupt president, a mystic adviser and a giant firm were all humbled by revolt, Simon Basketter looks at how US imperialism, profit and dictatorship shaped South Korea
Our rulers caricature the Bolsheviks who led the Russian Revolution because they are afraid of a repeat
This genre-straddling US blockbuster hones in on racism—casual and overt, writes Ken Olende. Also: reviews of Man Down and The Salesman
Rebels are often condemned in their lifetime and praised in death. Former Irish Republican Army (IRA) leader Martin McGuiness managed to receive the praise while still alive.
So much has changed inside the Labour Party, and yet so little.
We need to thank the Financial Times newspaper for helping to explode the myth that “Britain is full”. Last week it ran a fawning profile of Britain’s largest landowner, the Duke of Buccleuch.
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