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Jeremy Corbyn has promised to break with Theresa May’s policies of austerity, racism and war.
Local government workers in Scotland have voted by a clear majority to strike to force council chiefs to improve their latest pay offer but there are no plans for action.
Theresa May's cowardly refusal to appear on a BBC election debate last night, Wednesday, added to the scorn being heaped in the Tories' campaign.
The US is to pull out of the Paris treaty on climate change, blowing a colossal hole in world governments' environmental strategy.
In the marginal seat of Halifax, West Yorkshire, the biggest threat to Labour’s vote is disillusion. And only by offering a break with the past can Jeremy Corbyn overcome it.
The Labour right have not stopped their attacks on Jeremy Corbyn, despite the signs of Labour moving forward in the polls.
US politician Bernie Sanders came to south London and spread a message of hope that resonates with Corbyn supporters
The fight in Scotland for a new referendum is linked to the battle against austerity
Prime minister Theresa May is deliberately using the deaths of seven people last night to boost the Tories and encourage revenge against Muslims.
After a new refugee tragedy underlined the urgent need to challenge racist immigration laws, anti-racists are preparing to protest straight after the general election on Thursday.
The general election has not stopped workers from taking up the fight for their rights—and that must continue whatever the result.
Rolling strikes against budget cuts and redundancies at the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) entered their final week this week.
After Saturday’s attack the area around London Bridge in central London was in lockdown.
Theresa May has said that the Tories will bring in new terror legislation.
The Tories grow endless cash for the bankers, bosses and their super wealthy friends
Some 10,000 people turned out in the pouring rain to see Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speak at a rally in Gateshead last night, Monday.
Parents, teachers, children and others joined several protests against school funding cuts last weekend.
The rump English Defence League was surrounded and humiliated by anti-fascists, reports Paul Jenkins
There were some grim statistics out last week about strikes and unions.
Disputes at Manchester Metropolitan University, Argos, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, Birmingham bins, Bank of England and London Underground
The EIS education union has reacted angrily to the Scottish government’s plan to involve private firms in teacher training.
The Tories have fought the election by playing on people’s fears. But the strategy doesn’t guarantee their success, writes Alistair Farrow
The Picturehouse chain of cinemas has suspended eight trade union reps at two of its sites in London but workers are not intimidated
Watch the embarrassing conversation when Socialist Worker confronts Robert Newmark, a boss refusing to pay what he owes to his workers
Delegates gathered for the GMB union congress in Plymouth ahead of the general election this week.
Workers at Sierra Windows in Paignton and DB Glass in Newton Abbott—both in Devon—were set to hold further strikes this week.
British Airways (BA) “mixed fleet” cabin crew are set to return to the picket lines after a three-month break.
Days before the election Britain’s border controls killed again. Kim, a Vietnamese refugee, killed himself in a French hospital last Wednesday.
Donald Trump’s announcement that the US will pull out of the Paris climate agreement sparked a row between rich hypocrites who don’t care about the environment.
Thousands of people have rallied in support of the NHS in the last week, showing their outrage at the Tories’ attacks.
It was an excellent afternoon for opponents of Ukip last Saturday.
Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign has shown that millions of people want real change in Britain.
Jeremy Corbyn told thousands of Labour supporters at six simultaneous rallies, “We are going all-out to win this election”.
The election result is a shattering disaster for the Tories and Theresa May, and a boost to Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and all who campaigned against austerity and racism
In the wake of last Saturday’s horrific attack in London “White House sources” have floated the prospect that Donald Trump could visit Britain “in solidarity”.
Fifty years ago Israel launched the Six Day War in a bid to shore up its relationship with the US and its murderous rule over Palestine, writes Nick Clark
Politicians across the spectrum, from the Tories to Labour, accept the myth that migrants are to blame for lower wages. But striking migrant workers are pushing wages up
Colonel Manuel Noriega was a dictator and drug-runner. But he was also a bought and paid-for stooge of US imperialism.
Alexander Kerensky started out on the side of the revolution but betrayed workers’ and soldiers’ demands for an end to the war
The new TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s classic feminist text could be the best drama of the year, writes Sarah Bates
The British Museum is celebrating the most famous figure in Japanese art. Katsushika Hokusai was a prolific print-maker and painter who lived from 1760-1849.
Well over a million people have been shoved through Europe’s “reception centres” since the refugee crisis began in 2015. Yet it’s remarkable how little impact this has had on the big screen.
Socialist Worker urges all its readers in England and Wales to back Jeremy Corbyn and vote Labour.
An angry constituent responds to a leaflet from Enfield MP Joan Ryan
More than three years ago the government approved a group of leading employers to develop standards for entry onto apprenticeships in the early years sector. I was on the group.
TORY MP Craig Mackinlay has been charged with failing to fully declare his 2015 election expenses.
An Islamophobic scheme to accuse Muslims of taking over Birmingham schools was further exposed as a lie last week. Sadie Robinson says the scandal is how Muslims were demonised