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Hundreds of angry protesters marched through Hackney, east London, on 24 July demanding justice for Rashan Charles.
The establishment claims the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) at Dunkirk was an example of people pulling together in the national interest.
In a show of defiance days after their local mosque was set ablaze, around 200 peopler marched in Newton Heath, north Manchester, on Friday.
At least three Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces on Friday, as protests against the Israeli occupation erupted across East Jerusalem and the West Bank.
Rashan Charles, a young black man, died in Hackney, east London
The father of Rashan Charles, who died on Saturday after being stopped by police, has spoken to Socialist Worker about his loss
Hundreds of angry protesters marched through east London this evening, Monday, demanding justice for Rashan Charles.
Hundreds of domestics, cleaners, porters and security workers began a two-week strike at four east London hospitals on Tuesday.
The class divide brought into the light by the Grenfell Tower fire has been further exposed this week.
A mass canvass in Uxbridge last week involved many new activists—but tensions remain inside the party
Around 150 people—mostly from Rochdale and Greater Manchester—outnumbered a national demonstration of 100 fascist Britain First protesters in Rochdale last Saturday.
British Airways (BA) cabin crew last week extended their ongoing two-week strike to four weeks. This will bring the total they have walked out since resuming the dispute this month to 44 days.
The Wetherspoon pub chain is advertising jobs paying less than the minimum wage.
More than 60 parents, children and supporters marched on a meeting of Medway council last Thursday, to protest against its plan to close 19 Surestart children’s centres.
The NUT union in Ealing, west London, has successfully blocked three schools from converting to academies.
Birmingham workers are fighting for their livelihoods against vicious council cuts, reports Dave Sewell
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) was set to hold a day of action against the public sector pay cap on Thursday of this week.
Workers at a Sheffield jobcentre ended a week-long strike last Friday—and could soon be joined by workers at three other offices in their fight against Tory cuts and closures.
The family of Darren Cumberbatch, who died after being arrested by police in Nuneaton want answers over his death.
Seven of Britain’s most senior judges have ruled that the Tories’ system of employment tribunal (ET) fees “effectively prevents access to justice”, is “unlawful” and “must be quashed”.
The number of civilians killed during the assault on Mosul in Iraq is much higher than earlier estimates from the Iraqi government and the US.
Politicians who tied themselves in knots over whether to leave the European Union (EU) are finding the question of how to leave just as uncomfortable.
Police officers in England have killed three black men in a month. Edson Da Costa died after being stopped by police in Newham, east London, on 15 June. His life support was switched off on 21 June.
A gigantic octopus that straddles the globe has wrapped its tentacle around the NHS. Its grip grows tighter and tighter.
The Battle of Passchendaele, which began 100 years ago this week, could be seen as just another bloody episode in the slaughter of the First World War.
A serious but mild-mannered civil servant with a drinking problem gets caught up in a web of intrigue and collusion between the state and private intelligence services.
Voguing comes to London in August.
Tributes have been paid from across the trade union and labour movement to Dave Gibson, an inspiring revolutionary socialist for nearly half a century, who has died aged 67.
The Taylor review called bogus self-employment into the public eye. I have experienced this in the railway and construction industry.
Would a minimum price for alcohol benefit working class people and reduce the harm done by excessive drinking?
Margaret Thatcher suggested threatening Iraq with chemical weapons after the 1990 invasion of Kuwait, declassified documents show.