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Grenfell is not some great exception to capitalist rule. It is a particularly sharp example of business as usual.
The Supreme Court has narrowly rejected an appeal demanding that women in Northern Ireland should receive free abortion services on the NHS in England.
Years of cuts to council budgets, the fire brigade, and the deliberate running-down of council estates are the context of this tragedy
Hundreds of people came from all over Britain to offer solidarity to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, and to demand answers.
Unions representing more than 1.6 million local government workers are calling for a pay rise to break the Tory public sector pay cap.
The borough where working class residents of Grenfell Tower were left to live in shoddy, unsafe housing is awash with wealth and empty homes.
A series of Tory housing ministers fought to stop developers and landlords taking responsibility for fire safety
Racism is a tried and tested way of deflecting people’s anger. So some newspapers focused on Ethiopian refugee Behailu Kebede, whose fridge they claim started the fire.
Local residents spoke to Socialist Worker
Kensington and Chelsea council’s response to the murder in Grenfell Tower has been to avoid questions and evade responsibility.
Tory minister and former London mayor cut millions from capital’s fire budget, while telling those who questioned his plans to ‘get stuffed’. Now austerity’s effects are there for all to see.
There was anger on the streets of London as people marched to demand justice for the dead of Grenfell Tower.
Around 1,500 people rallied outside Downing Street demanding that Theresa May resigns.
A white van ploughed through a group of worshippers outside the Muslim Welfare House mosque in Finsbury Park, north London, this morning, Monday.
Kensington and Chelsea council’s abject failure to help survivors of the Grenfell Tower inferno has seen them officially sidelined.
Board members and officers are directly responsible for the deaths at Grenfell Tower.
the prime suspect for why the Grenfell fire spread so quickly is the cladding used on the building after a refurbishment
I have never seen anything like what happened at Grenfell.
NUT union general secretary Kevin Courtney has congratulated pickets at Forest Hill School for striking over cuts – and urged them to keep fighting.
Thousands of public sector workers met in Brighton this week at the national and sector conferences of Britain's largest union, Unison.
Unions representing more than 1.6 million local government workers are demanding a 5 percent pay rise to break the Tory public sector pay cap.
Pressure was piling on Theresa May this week as her government tottered from crisis to crisis.
A wave of wildcat walkouts hit four Royal Mail offices over the past week with strikes in Canterbury, Scarborough, east London and Carmarthen.
A meeting in central London last week revealed how the general election has enthused and emboldened the Labour left—particularly new members.
Teachers at two west London schools were out on strike on Tuesday of this week. NUT union members at Drayton Green primary school began a two-day strike on Tuesday. Those at Dormers Wells High School began a three-day strike.
Groups of pickets were out in force across Manchester Metropolitan University to begin a two-day strike on Tuesday.
The Unite union has called a two-week strike by “mixed fleet” cabin crew at British Airways (BA), and vowed to take the firm to court.
Grenfell is an issue that affects the whole working class
Workers at Sheffield Eastern Avenue jobcentre ended five days of strikes on Friday of last week.
Pickets at Sierra Windows in Paignton, Devon, had angry words for their union official on Tuesday.
Also: Women's march to take on DUP, fascists face opposition in three cities, Mears housing workers fight for pay parity, strikes called at Atomic Weapons Establishment and Kirklees social work, Birmingham bin workers vote for action
The Grenfell Tower fire showed the Tories’ contempt for working class people
The movement has revived again on a national scale with tens of thousands involved in demonstrations
It may be that health and safety is what kills off the neoliberal consensus
Socialists must fight to defend and extend the right to free, safe and legal abortions
Beginning in the capital Petrograd, the revolution quickly convulsed the vast Russian empire in struggles
Are workers the most conservative? Tomáš Tengely-Evans argues the election results tell a different story
A catalogue of right wingers and rogues within the Labour Party want to work with the Tories and bosses.
The Seasons in Quincy provides a fitting and poetic tribute to the committed humanity of late art writer and revolutionary John Berger, says Jeff Jackson
The Graphic Witness exhibition at the Drawing Room in south London is showcasing works from the 1930s up until today.
See what events are coming up with reviews of events and exhibitions
Rage at the murder of working class people at Grenfell Tower has plunged the Tories deeper into crisis.
As many as 600 refugees again face homelessness and repression at Calais because they have nowhere else to go
I have recently been sanctioned by Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). They claim I have been overpaid over £7,000 in Employment Support Allowance (ESA) benefit.
Do you know the first time I knew I was not safe because of my class