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PCS union general secretary Mark Serwotka says resistance must be increased in the run-up to 8 June - not put on hold.
Cinema workers walked out across five Picturehouse sites in London on Monday and joined the May Day demonstration.
The IPCC police watchdog was unaware of a meeting between Mark Duggan’s killer and the cop that shot Anthony Grainger, a public inquiry heard last week.
South Korean workers marched in their tens of thousands on Monday. A presidential election is due on 9 May.
A group of noisy protesters gathered to demonstrate against Theresa May when she spoke in Bristol on Tuesday evening.
Fast food chain McDonald’s has announced it will offer fixed-term contracts to workers who want them.
A Birmingham school plans to slash two and a half hours’ teaching time from children each week because of Tory cuts.
Labour has pledged today, Wednesday, to scrap the Tories’ 1 percent pay cap for tens of thousands of health workers.
Hundreds of workers joined a protest outside Parliament in London, and strikes are coming.
A pensioner whose fears about going into hospital were ridiculed by Theresa May has slammed the Tory leader as a “bloody liar”.
Over 4,600 lecturers across 20 further education colleges in Scotland struck today, Thursday. They have a simple message to their employers—“honour the deal” agreed 13 months ago.
Malia Bouattia lost her campaign to be re-elected as National Union of Students (NUS) president yesterday, Wednesday.
Hundreds of students and their supporters protested outside the School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) yesterday evening, Thursday, as Israeli ambassador Mark Regev spoke inside.
A Muslim woman who disrupted the racist Ukip party’s general election launch today has called on people to “protest against the racists wherever they go”.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told a meeting in east London today, Saturday, that, “The papers say one thing, but the mood on the street tells me something very different.”
Prime minister Theresa May is running away from questions and callously indifferent to the malign effects of her policies.
The difference between what’s on offer at the general election from the Tories and Labour was underlined last week over workers’ rights.
The battle to stop Tory education cuts is growing.
Never mind kicking out the Tories and ending their hated austerity policies. For some in the Labour Party, the bigger prize is ousting leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Trade unionists took to the streets last bank holiday weekend to mark international workers’ day. Around 1,000 marched in Glasgow and over 2,000 in London.
Also - cleaners plan strikes, One Housing protest planned, Lambeth libraries protest and BMW strikes
NUT union members at Forest Hill School were set to strike on Wednesday this week. The workers are fighting a planned £1.3 million cuts package that Labour-run Lewisham council is trying to impose.
Workers at Manchester Metropolitan University were furious after bosses banned the UCU union from holding a meeting on campus last week.
Viewing the results of Thursday’s Scottish council elections as purely a barometer of attitudes to independence, or of Brexit, would be a mistake.
Politicians lined up last week to criticise each others’ record over housebuilding.
Over 1,000 Northern rail train guards and drivers union struck last Friday.
A family of Iraqi refugees has compared their intimidation by racists on the streets to that by the Home Office.
It’s right to emphasise the danger of Le Pen—and to oppose ex-banker Macron too, says Dave Sewell
In the 100 days since Donald Trump came to office he has clashed with sections of the political establishment and, crucially, faced opposition on the streets and in workplaces.
Clashes erupted across the West Bank last Friday as Palestinians held a “day of rage” in solidarity with hunger-striking prisoners.
The movement against Donald Trump’s crackdown on migrants leapt forward on Monday.
The idea that a US president’s first 100 days in office should be decisive goes back to Franklin Roosevelt in 1933.
Fifty years ago on Friday, Maria Styllou was among those who occupied the Greek embassy in London in response to a coup in Greece. She explains how the coup happened and what it means
One hospital is giving out leaflets telling patients without the right papers to pay up or risk being kicked out of Britain. Dave Sewell continues our investigation into the racist clampdown in the NHS
There is a constant battle for which ideas win out in society, argues Sadie Robinson. And when workers begin to fight back they turn all the normal ideas they’re fed upside down
As the centenary of the Russian Revolution progresses, shelves in bookshops are beginning to groan under the weight of books about 1917.
The British Library’s new Russian Revolution exhibition has some fantastic artefacts but a poor conclusion, writes Sarah Bates
On 1 August 2016, 118 people were rescued from a rubber boat drifting in the Mediterranean Sea, 20 nautical miles off the Libyan coast.
Josephine Baker is most recognisable to some in her iconic skirt of rubber bananas as the “first black star of the world stage”.
I would be really happy to see someone like Jeremy Corbyn at the top of the left party in Germany.
Highly damaging leaks from a meeting at Downing Street have demolished Theresa May’s claim she will deliver a smooth Brexit for all.
Lib Dem leader Tim Farron is trying hard to rebrand the party’s image after it jumped into bed with David Cameron.
The police acting on “intelligence” have carried out a series of raids in recent days.