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A radical general election campaign can make the Tories sweat
More than 1,000 people gathered in Mile End Park in east London this evening, Wednesday, in a fantastic show of opposition to school funding cuts.
Striking cleaners and their supporters rallied outside the LSE university in central London yesterday, Wendesday.
The PCS union has committed to use the final weeks before the general election to campaign against austerity and racism.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is expected to make a bold move today, Friday, by linking Britain's involvement in military interventions overseas and terror attacks at home.
Campaigners have been mobilising across Scotland as a government consultation of fracking nears end
There should be no rerun of the Unison union’s 2015 general secretary election that saw Dave Prentis re-elected for a fourth term despite numerous flaws. That was the Assistant Certification Officer (ACO) Mary Stacey ruling this week.
Hospitals in England “endured one of the worst winters on record” this year, according to damning new research by the British Medical Association (BMA).
Parents, children, teachers and others joined a nationwide day of action yesterday, Friday, against cuts to school funding.
Joy and politics at the LGBT+ Pride march
Ten days left to election day, and the result is more uncertain than ever. There’s a chance to shape the result against the arrogant Tories.
Socialist Worker visited the Lincolnshire seat as part of our tour of constituencies during the general election.
The cops’ heavy-handed response to the Manchester attack has chilling echoes of the state’s deadly clampdown that followed the 7/7 bombings in 2005, writes Dave Sewell
Around 1,000 people joined a Labour Party rally in the centre of Glasgow last Sunday. Such a thing would have seemed preposterous before he was leader.
Theresa May ditched her “strong and stable” rhetoric during a TV election special last night, Monday, and returned to scaremongering about Brexit.
Unison officials block social workers' strikes in Kirklees | Rail strike suspended |Glass workers fight over pay | plus more
Kicking out the Tories on 8 June could make society better, people across Britain told Socialist Worker
Questions continue to haunt Theresa May over the costs of her social care policies and the dementia tax.
Delegates gathered for the UCU union’s annual congress in Brighton last weekend. Members in the higher education sector conference defeated the union leadership by backing a motion calling for a “national industrial strategy”.
The British state has a long history of interfering in the Middle East
Workers at the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) struck in Cardiff this week.
Argos distribution workers finished their first round of strikes on the front foot after bosses failed to get an injunction against their action.
British Airways (BA) passengers faced disruption on the bank holiday weekend because of bosses’ drive for profits.
Picturehouse workers at East Dulwich cinema in south London kept the pressure on last Saturday with a strike hitting the new Pirates of the Caribbean film premiere.
At the Scottish National Party (SNP) manifesto launch on Tuesday, leader Nicola Sturgeon asked voters to “strengthen Scotland’s hand, not Theresa May’s”.
Theresa May responded to her crumbling lead in the polls by returning to what she knows best. This morning, Wednesday, she lashed out at immigrant workers.
Anti-Tory demonstrators caught up with the evasive Tory leader
A shocking series of racist murders and provocations serve as a reminder that the bile pumped out by Donald Trump’s White House has consequences in US society.
Two massacres of civilians, including children, each on a greater scale than the Manchester bombing took place last week—and the West was directly involved in both.
Palestinians in Israeli prisons declared victory last Saturday after ending a 40-day mass hunger strike.
Theresa May's claims to represent us all are a lie to cover up the class divide
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has been in control of the Scottish government for just over ten years. Since the 2014 independence referendum it has been the dominant political party in Scotland.
Whatever happens in the election, Jeremy Corbyn has earned his place in history. He did this last Friday when he didn’t flee in the face of the Tory attempts to exploit the Manchester atrocity.
Terrorist attacks are often a brutal response to a brutal world, explains Simon Basketter—and the only way to end the violence is to transform the society that breeds it
We are told regularly that, unlike dictatorships, ‘the people’ govern Britain. But, says Dave Sewell, it’s the unelected rich and powerful that really have their hands on the wheel
Working class sailors in the Baltic Fleet were the revolution’s powerhouse—and later the victims of its isolation and decline
Jimmy McGovern’s new TV series promises to expose some of the monstrous practices that prey upon poverty rather than alleviate it, writes Sarah Cox
Nothing much goes on in Anselmo’s world, which he shares with his beloved dog Pillo. Like any other farmer the land and the weather are the important things in his life.
We call on our readers to vote Left in every constituency—to choose the candidate who is best able to carry forward the fight against austerity and racism and for independence.
In a poll in Manchester last week tackling homelessness was viewed by half the respondents as an important factor in deciding their vote.
The racist Ukip party launched its general election manifesto on Thursday of last week
Tory home secretary Amber Rudd has promised an “uplift” for the Islamophobic Prevent strategy.