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Survivors and other people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire have been cynically and shamefully betrayed by the Tories.
Striking British Airways (BA) cabin crew went on the offensive today, Wednesday, with a surprise protest at the offices of Heathrow Airport Ltd.
Through a sustained and escalating series of strikes, refuse workers in Birmingham have stopped the Labour council’s attack on their terms and conditions.
Disgraced former leader of Kensington and Chelsea council Nicholas Paget-Brown has landed on his feet
A strike by Unite union members at Argos' distribution centres is hitting hard.
Brexit secretary David Davis's immigration proposals are desperate and dangerous—and the reactions to them are revealing.
Up to 200 people rallied at the US embassy in London today, Saturday, in solidarity with the movement against Donald Trump in the US.
Tour heads north after successors in England and Wales—but the Scottish Labour leadership is a problem, writes Nick Clark
The Tories’ sham “living wage” is not even enough to allow families to support their children, according to a shock new report by the Child Poverty Action Group.
Bfawu union members are set for an historic strike as activists organise around £10 an hour
More than 800 public sector workers are to be made redundant in the next six months, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) announced last week.
Anti-racists protested in Newcastle city centre last Saturday to stop Nazis exploiting a child abuse scandal.
Rail union RMT announced a series of strikes in its ongoing campaign against the bosses’ push to extend driver only operation (DOO) and get rid of guards. This is a plan driven by the Tory government.
Also: London bus control workers to strike | Council workers ballot in Coventry | Rashan Charles inquest delayed | Sellafield bosses ban meeting ahead of ballot
As bin workers in Doncaster were set to strike this week, bosses were caught out using agencies to hire scab workers. This could be illegal.
The fight by outsourced health workers in east London against multinational Serco is at a critical stage.
What appears to be Greenland’s largest ever fire is now burning into its fourth week. First spotted on 31 July, it’s expected to stay ablaze well into September.
Love Music Hate Racism will be part of this year’s Notting Hill Carnival event in west London.
US anti-racists are organising against the Nazis and far right who have been bolstered by Donald Trump’s refusal to condemn them.
Muslims, anti-racists and anti-fascists are organising in Catalonia to resist any Islamophobic backlash after terrorist attacks on Thursday night
Thousands of US anti-racists came out to oppose a right wing demonstration in Boston yesterday, Saturday.
Diplomats representing the US, Britain, Spain, Mexico and other countries rallied around the right wing opposition in Venezuela last Saturday.
Mass protests across the US have forced White House Republicans out the door, reports Alistair Farrow
The issue of bosses using agency workers in an effort to replace strikers has come to the fore in recent disputes.
Bloody history shows why and how we need to keep imperialist hands off Venezuela
London police are exploiting recent horrific knife crimes to demand more powers. At the same time, the annual crackdown in the run up to Notting Hill Carnival looks set to involve sinister new surveillance techniques. Alistair Farrow spoke to people in London who bear the brunt of police racism
Ideas can change fast in a revolution, as ordinary people start to take control of their own lives and the world around them
Sope Dirisu, who takes the lead role in Royal Shakespeare Company’s Coriolanus this autumn, spoke to Lois Browne about a play debating power and the people
Rob Drummond’s new one-man play is supposed to be about the Scottish independence referendum.
Weakened and discredited, May must preside over a mess—and with very few allies
Travellers did not run amok in a Norfolk seaside town last weekend—and the town was not put on “lockdown”
The Tories’ attack on unemployed and low paid workers is stepping up a gear with the further rolling out of Universal Credit in October.
Private hospitals will dodge up to £52 million in business rates over the next five years, according to surveyors CVS.
The rumblings of a brewing storm in Royal Mail have grown louder over the past few months—and could soon burst into a huge national strike.