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President Donald Trump’s racism has fuelled the far right violence on the streets, writes Alistair Farrow
Labour won four out of six council by-elections held on Thursday of last week. And in two of them—Margate Central and Milton Regis—Jeremy Corbyn’s party took the seat from the racist Ukip party.
If anyone is unsure what low paid, largely migrant workers can achieve when their union supports them, look no further than our inspirational fight at Soas—the School of Oriental and African Studies.
Residents of northern Lancashire have had everything thrown at them to drive through fracking—and they are still standing strong.
Refuse workers in Birmingham are stepping up their action today, Friday, with a new strike timetable that even bosses say will bring bin collections to a halt.
A survivor of child sexual exploitation has spoken out against the use of a convicted child rapist as a police informant in the Newcastle abuse case.
A woman has died and at least 19 other people injured after a far right-inspired attack on anti-fascist protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, in the US.
British Airways (BA) cabin crew are digging in for the next two weeks in their ongoing strike—and underneath bosses' carefully maintained facade of normality their action is taking a toll.
Relatives of Edson Da Costa are still waiting for answers over why the 25 year old father died after being stopped by police.
Glasgow janitors have won their long-running pay battle against the city council. The Unison union members voted by 90 percent on Monday to accept a new deal equivalent to a 6 percent pay rise.
Anti-racists and anti-fascists gathered in south east London last weekend to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Battle of Lewisham.
The Tories made a show of ending their summer of Brexit bickering this week in the run-up to Theresa May’s return from holiday.
Outsourced health workers in east London are ramping up their fight against multinational Serco.
Workers at Argos distribution centres began a three-week strike on Tuesday, demanding guarantees over redundancy and severance packages.
As NHS waiting lists grew to their longest in a decade, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is speaking out against cuts and privatisation at rallies in Tory constituencies.
Some 500 people demonstrated on Monday evening to remember the dead of the Grenfell Tower fire. Although the march was silent, the anger was palpable.
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Up to 100 construction workers in the GMB and Unite unions were joined by supporters at King George Dock in Hull on Monday to protest for equal pay
Trials of five people charged over the Hillsborough football disaster will go ahead after an initial court hearing on Wednesday of last week.
Anti-fascists in Wolverhampton in the West Midlands mobilised at short notice against a surprise visit by Nazi group Britain First on Saturday.
Postal workers in Royal Mail could soon walk out for their first national strike since 2009.
London Tube bosses’ attempt to opportunistically seize on safety concerns raised by union members has been thwarted by the threat of industrial action.
Workers at a jobcentre in Sheffield began a two-week strike on Monday in their ongoing fight to save their office from closure.
A boat hired by far right activists to stop NGOs from rescuing refugees has been turned away from a series of Mediterranean ports.
The textile factories of Mahalla are once more a frontline of resistance, reports Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The number of refugees crossing the sea to Spain has tripled in a year. And in other international news Israeli army officers have talked up the possibility of a new war on Palestinians
US president Donald Trump has warned that the US military is “locked and loaded” with “military solutions fully in place” in a confrontation with North Korea.
Israeli army officers have talked up the possibility of a new war on Palestinians as they moved to tighten the siege on the Gaza Strip
Sexual abuse and sexist attitudes aren’t the preserve of Asian men. They are at the heart of capitalist society. And this explains police failings.
The first volume of Karl Marx’s Capital was published a century and a half ago. Joseph Choonara, author of a new reader’s guide to the work, explains its relevance today
Fearing that they would also be toppled, ruling classes across the world organised to crush the Russian Revolution of 1917
Seventy years ago this week the British Empire left India after decades of brutal rule
The racism that caused the 1967 Detroit riots is honestly documented in Kathryn Bigelow’s new film and makes painful viewing
A new and ambitious EP from west London MC Akala looks at the history of black people’s oppression—and their resistance.
The Tories and bosses tried to spin new inflation figures released on Tuesday as good news for workers.
Landslides and flooding killed hundreds of people in the West African state of Sierra Leone on Monday.
Care workers should be paid the minimum wage for sleep-in shifts (Socialist Worker, 2 August) but we’re still waiting for our back pay.
Commuters in Britain spend six times as much on rail fares as passengers in the rest of Europe.
With leaked emails, a trial by jury and an accident report, evidence against the Tories’ push for ‘driver-only operation’ is mounting, writes Raymie Kiernan