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Some newspapers last week reported that Britain’s top bosses have suffered a 17 percent pay cut. The real news is that the gap between bosses’ and workers’ wages is growing.
A worker earning the average wage in Britain of £28,000 a year would take 160 years to earn what the average company chief executive earns in one year.
The cops’ pet watchdog, the IPCC, confirmed yesterday, Wednesday, that Rashan Charles did not swallow drugs before he died.
Chants of “low pay—no way” rang out in the City of London financial district today, Thursday, as workers from three disputes took to the streets.
Refuse collectors in Birmingham are on strike for the fifth week against a Labour council's plan to tear up their agreed working conditions.
The mothers of Mark Duggan and Jermaine Baker demanded an end to police killings on the sixth anniversary of Mark's death in Tottenham yesterday, Friday.
Three men from Birmingham and a man from Stoke-on-Trent were convicted last week of plotting terror attacks. Naweed Ali, Khobaib Hussain, Mohibur Rahman and Tahir Aziz were jailed for life on Thursday of last week.
Workers at five Picturehouse cinema sites in London walked out on Friday and Saturday as part of their long-running campaign.
Labour activists, MPs and some trade union leaders have launched a campaign to “defend and extend” freedom of movement for migrants into Britain.
Some 44 percent of hospital trusts responding to Freedom of Information (FoI) requests said they had turned away pregnant women due to lack of resources. And the crisis appears to be intensifying.
The TUC union federation has called a major lobby and rally of parliament on 17 October “to tell our MPs that Britain’s dedicated public servants need a pay rise”.
The number of people hit by the Tory benefit cap rocketed after the threshold was lowered last November, according to government figures released last week.
Tenants organise as landlords and Tories refuse to act on the lessons of the disaster
The mother of Edson Da Costa has died because of shock after losing her only son, his family has said.
Twelve protesters, including three local councillors, were brought before Blackpool Magistrates Court on Monday for resisting firm Cuadrilla’s attempt at fracking.
Workers at two McDonald’s restaurants in Cambridge and Crayford, south London, are preparing to ballot for strikes
Royal Mail workers could ballot for industrial action as early as this month. Bosses are preparing to launch a massive attack on workers’ pensions, wages and conditions.
Steel workers in Sheffield are planning their next strike after a two-week walkout over pay ended on Monday.
Outsourcers swept away| Three-week strike at Argos| Bosses are on the rocks
Warmonger in chief Donald Trump is ramping up tensions in Asia with fresh sanctions against the North Korean dictatorship.
A raid on a Venezuelan military base has raised the threat of a military coup or outright civil war
Racist, sexist US president Donald Trump stepped up his assault on ordinary people last week
Is it really any wonder that people backed a manifesto that sought to reverse some of the worst effects of that crusade for the richest in society?
Groups of workers who’ve led impressive strikes this year have then halted their action to run a second ballot once 12 weeks have passed.
As right wing opposition to Venezuela’s government grows, Andy Brown spoke to Tomáš Tengely-Evans about the forces on the ground and the potential to change society
Forty years ago this week thousands of protesters blocked a Nazi march in south east London—and made history.
The ruling class won’t allow a socialist society to develop, so workers need their own instruments of class rule
As special effects catch up with the vision of filmmakers and directors, the plots of science fiction epics need to race to keep up, writes Ken Olende
For the first time ever three floors of the Photographers’ Gallery have been given to a single exhibition—and it does not disappoint.
Politicians and pundits have whipped themselves up into moral outrage over Venezuelan “dictator”—or rather, elected president—Nicolas Maduro.
Five years ago on 16 August South African police shot dead 34 striking miners at the Lonmin Corporation’s Marikana mine.
A former bishop brought in to save the contaminated blood scandal inquiry has said the Department of Health (DoH) should be removed from the inquiry.
Prison riots that broke out last week put the spotlight on the overcrowded jail conditions in England and Wales under Tory rule. Simon Basketter investigates