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A horrific bombing killed 22 people, including five children, as they left an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night.
The state of the railways is a good reason to vote out the Tories on 8 June and back Jeremy Corbyn.
Tory leader Theresa May’s manifesto launch speech today, Thursday, was an attempt to con people into voting Tory with a raft of vicious attacks dressed up as giveaways.
Why should less well-off tax payers subsidise the wealthy with benefits and services that are not means-tested, asked right wing commentators as the Tories unveiled their manifesto this week.
Labour’s manifesto commitments to nationalising some industries would meet resistance
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has held one of his largest rallies of the general election campaign so far
Anger at Theresa May's plan to slash billions from schools' budgets burst onto the streets
College lecturers in Scotland held a victory rally on Saturday after their bosses "crumbled" on Friday in the face of an escalating national dispute.
The right wing papers are going for Jeremy Corbyn for refusing to “condemn” the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA).
If Theresa May does not get the result she wants at the general election, yesterday will be the moment that analysts will say signalled the obvious turning point.
It’s official—prices are now rising faster than wages, which means real wages are falling.
Landlords and property speculators are not looking to help with the housing crisis, they're only looking for profit and will kick working class people out of their areas to get it
A series of tragic deaths from stabbings has highlighted the issue of “knife crime” in London.
Unison union members working for children’s social work teams at Kirklees Council warned regional union officials last week to sanction their vote to strike or they will resign from the union.
Train guards on Southern, along with their RMT union colleagues on Northern and Merseyrail, were set for a coordinated 24-hour rail walkout next Tuesday.
Last week closing submissions were made to the public inquiry into the shooting of Anthony Grainger by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) in March 2012.
Up to 1,000 protested last Saturday in Southend against Tory plans to cut the local A&E.
The general election will influence debates at the UCU union’s annual congress in Brighton this weekend.
At the recent conference for the PCS union, workers discussed strike action for disputes with EHRC and the DWP
Argos warehouse workers defied bosses’ legal threats to begin a two-week walkout at five depots across England last Wednesday.
The Unite union suspended all industrial action at IT firm Fujitsu after receiving a new offer from bosses.
Around 50 anti-fascists turned out in Brighton to see off French Front National candidate Tony Thommes.
It’s easy to forget that one of the reasons Theresa May called the snap election was to stop a second independence referendum.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has spoken to tens of thousands of people across Britain during the last week. It’s a sign of the energy behind Labour’s campaign, and how his radical policies are enthusing people.
In the aftermath of the attack ordinary people rushed to help each other and collectively organise getting people to safety.
Cleaners employed by outsourcing firm Noonan at the LSE university on Wednesday continued their strike for equal pay and conditions as workers employed directly by the LSE. Cleaners currently get the statutory minimum sick pay of just £83.95 a week for a maximum of 28 weeks.
Hundreds of electricians across the Crossrail project in London “cabined up” on Monday morning at the Canning Town, Holborn and Mile End shafts.
Workers at the Picturehouse chain of cinemas held a demonstration outside the Cineworld cinema firm’s AGM on Thursday of last week. Cineworld is the parent company of Picturehouse.
Pro-choice protesters stopped anti-abortionists from marching in Birmingham last Saturday
Scottish TUC deputy general secretary Dave Moxham's call to “challenge the public sector pay freeze” comes as 70,000 council workers ballot for strikes over pay
Tens of thousands of workers flooded the streets of central Athens in Greece yesterday, Wednesday, as the country was brought to a standstill by a general strike.
Pressure on Donald Trump’s rotten presidency increased last week with growing calls for his impeachment.
According to the pundits working class people are abandoning the Labour Party for the Tories.
Tony Cliff was born 100 years ago last weekend, on 20 May 1917. Brought up a Palestinian Jew, he came to Britain in 1946.
Daniel Morgan was murdered on 10 March 1987. His body was found in a car park in south London.
Most of the media and mainstream politicians don’t think much of ordinary people.
Comedian Mark Thomas’ new book brings together three plays with stories that should be heard but are rarely told, writes Jasmine Francis
Imagine Moscow exhibition showing until 4 June at The Design Museum London, W8 6AG
I am a student and I supported the recent college lecturers’ strikes in Scotland (see page 20). I started a Facebook group for students to show solidarity—and it really took off.
Theresa May tried to pitch her manifesto as progressive with false promises on the NHS and schools. Nick Clark unpicks the attacks that they’re planning