Dated: 18 Jul 2017
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A letter of no confidence in Theresa May is already circulating among Conservative MPs.
Striking cabin crew took their fight against poverty pay to parliament today, Wednesday.
Britain’s government has let down refugee children in Europe, and patrols it supports in the Mediterranean have led to more deaths.
Survivors and local residents gathered to remember the dead and demand justice last night, Wednesday.
Glenn Wilkinson is one of thousands of people who were treated with contaminated blood in the 1970s & 1980s – and has spent years campaigning for justice. He spoke to Socialist Worker about the impact of the scandal, what lies behind it – and the kind of inquiry campaigners want to see
Striking east London health workers have spoken about the big support they’ve received in their fight against low pay.
Strikes at a primary school in Ealing, west London, have scored a significant victory in a battle against academies.
Hundreds of NHS workers start a new strike on 25 July. Recently they held a powerful march
Hundreds of parents, children, teachers and others marched in London against school cuts today, Sunday.
Tory education secretary Justine Greening confirmed this week that schools across England face real terms funding cuts.
Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) activists mobilised last week in response to racist attacks in Manchester and Cambridge.
Mobilisations bring success but bitter Labour MPs still want more concessions, reports Nick Clark
Chancellor Philip Hammond is not denying reports that he told his cabinet colleagues that public sector workers are “overpaid”.
The family and friends of Edson Da Costa have organised a fundraiser to help with funeral and legal costs.
Shorts reports from the week including industrial action, refugee solidarity, opposing Ukip and resisting council cuts
Workers at a jobcentre in Sheffield began their second week-long strike on Monday.
Workers have announced fresh strikes that will shut down the Southern rail network.
About 200 anti-fracking activists and trade unionists blocked the entrance to the Preston New Road Cuadrilla site in Lancashire last Friday.
Leaders of the CWU union have said they are certain to be heading for a dispute with Royal Mail over an attack on postal workers’ pensions.
A month on from the Grenfell Tower fire, angry survivors and residents were set to demonstrate outside a Kensington and Chelsea council meeting
Survivors of the contaminated blood scandal have rejected a meeting with the Department of Health (DoH) because it is “implicated” in the scandal.
Survivors of the Grenfell Tower, treated with contempt by Kensington and Chelsea council for over a month, had a chance to speak last night, Wednesday. They did not hold back.
A mosque used mainly by Nigerians in Manchester was set ablaze last Sunday after a four-year campaign of racist harassment.
Some 180 workers who maintain homes for Manchester city council are two weeks into a four week continuous strike
The death of Sarah Reed in Holloway prison in January 2016 raises questions about the whole prison system
Activists from the Socialist Forum in Lebanon are facing a campaign of threats and intimidation after they called for a protest in solidarity with Syrian refugees.
Will new revelations start to unravel US president’s tangled web of lies about lies, asks Simon Basketter
Israel has launched a new crackdown on Palestinians in East Jerusalem, restricting Muslim access to the Al Aqsa mosque compound.
Tony Blair's latest intervention in the Brexit debate shows him to be unusually self-deluding even by his standards. He still doesn’t seem to understand that every time he opens his mouth he damages whatever cause he’s supporting.
Capitalism generates environmental damage and climate chaos—but we have the power to stop it by transforming the world, author Ian Angus explained to Dave Sewell
The question of how the revolutionary party relates to all groups in society remains relevant for the struggle today
Fifty years ago Detroit, the Motorcity, exploded in five days of rioting. The uprising marked the end of the Civil Rights era and the birth of Black Power
A powerful new exhibition at Tate Modern brings together the work of black artists from across decades of struggle in the US, writes Harold Wilson
The film did not live up to the preceding films and seemed unsure of what it was trying to be.
There is a stereotype of war photographers as hard-living egoists hooked on the adrenaline of the chase.
How much bang for your buck do you think you’d get for a £100 million fighter jet?
Raymie Kiernan’s piece on the Football Lads Alliance (FLA) was timely (Socialist Worker, 5 July). As Raymie says, the FLA is trying to learn lessons from the English Defence League’s (EDL) implosion.
A fancy dress party organised by a flute band in an Orange Order hall has caused outrage after it was won by a man and woman dressed as Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun.
With a possible inquiry on the way, contaminated blood scandal victims spoke to Sadie Robinson