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The most useful thing we can do for Theresa May right now is wait. The worst thing for our side would be to limit, tone down or constrain mobilisation against the Tories.
After spending all their energy trying to undermine him many right wing Labour MPs are now willing to return to the fold, but they will still try to drag Labour to the right.
The number of patients being forced to remain in hospitals unnecessarily has shot up by more than half.
Theresa May’s bid to cling to office with the help of bigots in the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) is a threat to abortion rights.
Racist party Ukip won just 2 percent of the vote—down from 12.6 percent in 2015.
The Tories are reeling after last week’s general election—and many want Theresa May to go.
US president Donald Trump has put his proposed state visit to Britain on hold
Huge crowds drawn to Jeremy Corbyn's message in last days of general election
The general election was a disaster for Ukip
Protest: Down With Tory/DUP Racism and Bigotry, Saturday 10 June, 12 noon, Parliament Square, for march to Downing Street arriving 2pm
The Tories may hang onto office with the support of the bigots of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) in Northern Ireland.
Some right wingers and liberals are trying to paint the election result as the revenge of Remain voters who want to stay in the European Union (EU).
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has won nearly 1 million votes in Scotland. It gained a 37 percent share of the vote and 60 percent—35 out 59—of Scottish Westminster seats.
Hundreds of people descended on Parliament Square demanding that Theresa May resigns
A successful campaign for union recognition could inspire others, reports?Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Cleaners at the London School of Economics (LSE) university have won an impressive victory. The outsourced workers had been striking to demand equal pay and conditions to workers employed directly by the university.
Jobcentre workers in Sheffield began a five-day strike on Monday of this week against Tory plans to close their office.
Rolling strikes by workers in the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) ended in Manchester last week.
Scottish college bosses are still dragging their feet in a long-running dispute over equal pay.
Over 2,000 racists, fascists and other far right elements joined a so-called “march against hate” in Manchester last Sunday. It was called by former English Defence League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson.
The first trade union conference since the general election got underway last Sunday.
Includes reports of struggles to stop Islamophobia, an unofficial walkout at Sellafield, BA strike called off and housing activists organise
The RMT rail union signalled its disputes on Southern, Northern and Merseyrail could reignite in the wake of the general election results.
Election results in Scotland shocked many people after the SNP lost 21 seats.
Parents, teachers, children and others are preparing to protest against school funding cuts in London. The demonstration is expected to be on Sunday 16 July.
New terror legislation is reported to be a dead cert in the Tories’ plan for a minority government, whatever else is dropped.
Labour gained 30 seats and ten percentage points on its vote in last week’s general election proving Corbyn's right wing critics wrong. We need to keep up the resistance to smash the Tories
More workers from the Beach Blanket Babylon (BBB) have come forward about boss Robert Newmark’s refusal to pay them.
A child who is seriously ill with a rare disease is likely to be denied treatment because of new cost-saving measures in the NHS.
A campaign of sanctions and threats against Gulf state Qatar showed up tensions among competing Middle Eastern powers—and confusion among the US ruling class.
Congressional hearing damages the US president
The Catalan government in Barcelona has called a referendum on independence—defying a ban by the Spanish government in Madrid.
US-led forces stand accused of dropping horrific white phosphorus weapons in Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria.
The traditional main parties in France collapsed in the first round of parliamentary elections on Sunday.
Not so long ago it looked as if parliamentary politics in Britain was fragmenting.
It’s a myth that the Bolsheviks were repressive dictators. Open debate was central to their revolutionary method
Trade unionists, Labour Party members and campaigners spoke to Socialist Worker about how we can force the Tories from office.
Simon Basketter looks at the brutal history of British imperialism in Ireland and the long-standing relationship between the Tories and Unionist bigots
Channel 4’s Ackley Bridge promises a hard hitting exploration of the social issues associated with growing up in poor and supposedly ethnically segregated northern industrial towns.
Reeling from their shattering blow in the general election, Tories and right wing press barons have declared that “austerity is over”.
I would like to respond to the tribute to the late Tony Cliff by Alex Callinicos (Socialist Worker, 24 May).
The Guardian newspaper has been smugly congratulating itself for eventually backing Jeremy Corbyn. Here are some earlier Guardian headlines...