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Manifesto launch shows an alternative but compromises to right will only weaken it, says Nick Clark
Yesterday, Wednesday, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) announced that after a police investigation into Conservative Party candidates’ expenditure during the 2015 general election campaign, “no criminal charges have been authorised”.
Forget the media and right wing denunciations, there are some excellent promises in the Labour Party’s draft election manifesto. It promises to scrap tuition fees, and plough billions of pounds into education and the NHS.
A major industrial battle is raging in Scotland that the mainstream press has largely ignored for two weeks. Today, Thursday, thousands of college lecturers held their fourth national walkout in a fortnight.
Outsourced cleaners at the London School of Economics have struck for the same pay and conditions as similar directly-employed workers.
Luton has suffered under Tory rule. Despite that, the party is hoping to take the town from the Labour Party in the general election.
Workers across Greece were set to walk out in a general strike on Wednesday—against more austerity that a radical left government was elected to end two years ago.
Years of NHS cuts and pressure to cut staff mean a cyber-attack weapon developed by the US National Security Agency has caused chaos in the health service
Don't believe the Tories are going to solve the housing crisis. They are only building developers' profits.
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) announces a “summer of protest” over the Tories’ 1 percent pay cap.
The Tory manifesto set to be released this week will continue attacks on the whole working class.
A secretive and influential firm of lobbyists with close links to the Scottish National Party (SNP) is working on behalf of bosses’ group Colleges Scotland.
Thousands of jobs are under threat at universities across Britain—and there are signs of resistance.
Anti-cuts campaigners in Barnet were celebrating a breakthrough after the Tory-run north London council decided to keep its waste, recycling and street cleaning services in-house.
Workers at train maintenance company Arriva Traincare were set to walk out over the bosses’ latest pay offer on Friday.
War and hunger sparked the Russian Revolution in 1917, but will only such desperate conditions lead to a revolution?
Over 400 workers across Stagecoach South West buses are balloting for strikes over the victimisation and sacking of a RMT union branch official.
Dormers Wells High School teachers in Southall, west London, struck last week against their school being turned into an academy.
Around 200 social housing maintenance workers rallied outside Manchester Town Hall on Monday.
A gallery of photographs as crowds greeted the Labour leader in Morley, Sheffield and Leeds
Protest against Chagos deportation|Walkouts to shatter miserly pay offer |Anti-war protest outside Downing Street|Let’s humiliate the Nazis in Liverpool
Eleven workers fired by swanky restaurant Beach Blanket Babylon (BBB) in Shoreditch, east London, have been holding nightly protests outside it since management sacked them last week.
Workers at the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) are fighting sackings brought on by Tory budget cuts.
Strikers formed a noisy picket line at Forest Hill School in south east London. It was the eighth walkout in a struggle to stop cuts.
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage had to face a Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) protest on his visit to Eastleigh in Hampshire on Sunday.
Large protests and campaigns show the fury at schools funding cuts. A huge march through Lancaster last Saturday showed the fury at a Tory schools funding cuts plan—and potential to build resistance to it.
Abortion rights campaigners are planning a mass demonstration against the “March for Life” in Birmingham this Saturday.
A video of three people allegedly being assaulted by police in High Wycombe on Friday 5 May after the stop and search of a vehicle has now received 135,000 views.
Workers at IT services firm Fujitsu struck on Thursday and Friday of last week in a continuing dispute over a raft of cutbacks.
Car workers struck at four plants around Britain on Tuesday to stop BMW Group bosses’ closure of their pension scheme.
Scottish National Party (SNP) education minister John Swinney came down on the side of college bosses in the Scottish parliament today, Tuesday, as lecturers held their fifth national walkout.
The FBI director’s sacking shows splits at the top of society that the resistance should exploit, says Alistair Farrow
South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma was facing a vote of no confidence in parliament this week—just as protests surged in areas around the largest city Johannesburg.
Nearly 50 years since Israel occupied Palestine’s West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem, Palestinian leaders seem further away than ever from getting Israel to leave.
The press denunciations of Labour’s leaked draft manifesto have been predictable. “Corbyn’s misguided bid to turn the clock back,” spluttered the Financial Times, “Corbyn’s fantasy land”, the Mail.
Alistair Farrow looks at the power of the media—and its limits
Socialist Worker readers should watch BBC drama Three Girls, which airs this week.
This small exhibition is rich in powerful, innovative examples of socially-engaged photography.
Labour could deliver a shock result if it has radical policies and an insurgent campaign
Whenever an argument is put for reform that could benefit millions of working class people, right wing commentators tell us it is unaffordable or idealistic.
I suspect few readers of this newspaper will have been surprised at the decision of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) last week.