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Theresa May is using anti-migrant feeling as a way to divide opposition to her government and to try and win votes.
Students at the School of African and Oriental Studies (Soas) in central London are set to protest next week against a planned visit by Israeli ambassador Mark Regev.
The snap general election on 8 June is an opportunity to kick the Tories out in favour of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party. And trade unionists are urging a fight to back Corbyn’s campaign.
Workers at three schools in south east London began a coordinated two-day strike against cuts on Tuesday of this week.
CWU union members could ballot in August for strikes following a debate at their annual postal conference in Bournemouth on Tuesday.
Several groups of workers are refusing to put their struggles to one side in the run-up to the general election and are holding successful strikes.
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Members of the CWU union have voted unanimously to support the Labour Party and its leader Jeremy Corbyn in the general election on 8 June.
Around 500 people gathered at Ducketts Common in North London last Sunday to celebrate the 40 year anniversary of the battle of Wood Green.
The union leadership’s failure to produce enough resistance to the Tory assault on the NHS defined Unison’s health conference in Liverpool this week.
A vote for strikes by London Underground workers has been possibly the first to fall foul of new Tory ballot thresholds.
School strikes are spreading across London even before the Tory funding cuts have begun to hit schools.
UCU union members at the University of Brighton were set to begin a two-day strike on Wednesday this week. Workers will escalate action, culminating in an all-out strike, if bosses don’t back down.
PCS members at Sheffield Eastern Avenue job centre are showing a clear determination to stop the closure of their office going ahead.
The general election in Scotland is likely to revolve around constitutional questions.
The movement against the demolition of London estates took important steps forward last week.
Jeremy Corbyn made a good start to the election campaign last week when he pledged that Labour would “overturn this rigged system”.
The US and South Korea held their “largest ever” annual joint military exercise last week. The Japanese navy is sending two destroyers to rendezvous with US warship Carl Vinson.
The idea of a “progressive alliance” is back in fashion. It has been supported both by Caroline Lucas of the Greens and Nicola Sturgeon of the Scottish National Party (SNP).
May Day 1917 saw massive celebrations in Russia—but tension was brewing against the provisional government
This portrait of the musical act Sleaford Mods goes on national cinema release this week.
Jeremy Corbyn is energising swathes of people who want to see the back of the Tories.
Health workers need to say no to being border guards and no to charges for the NHS (Socialist Worker, 19 April).
Schools are locked into contracts that force them to pay high prices for minor items, such as £2,000 for a sink and £8,000 for a window blind.