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McDonald’s workers at the heart of organising historic strikes told Tomáš Tengely-Evans how they did it
Britain’s government is breaching disabled people’s human rights, a United Nations (UN) committee heard yesterday, Wednesday.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke to around 2,000 people at rallies and mass meetings in Glasgow yesterday, Thursday.
Official figures released in the last few days have underlined how the debate about migration is rooted in scaremongering and lies.
The Western-backed offensive to retake the Syrian city of Raqqa from Isis has killed “hundreds of civilians”.
The Labour Party has made a shift on its position over Brexit that will please some of left wing leader Jeremy Corbyn’s most bitter enemies.
Striking British Airways (BA) cabin crew conclude their current wave of strikes this week in a “pause for peace”.
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Workers at a jobcentre in Sheffield ended a two-week strike on Friday of last week.
The case of a woman jailed for lying about rape highlights systematic hypocrisy over sexual assault, writes Sadie Robinson
Tory health secretary Jeremy Hunt is trying to mask the spiralling staffing crisis in the NHS through spin about hiring more workers.
With a tribute to Grenfell, an anti-racist float and 1,000 arrests, this year’s Notting Hill Carnival was deeply political, Tomáš Tengely-Evans reports
Workers at Argos distribution centres entered the third week of their three-week strike
The funeral of Edson Da Costa was set to take place in London on Friday of this week. Edson died in June after being stopped by police in Newham, east London.
Family and friends of Darren Cumberbatch, who died after contact with police, gathered at Coventry cathedral last week.
Thousands of people turned out to an anti-racist festival in Scotland’s most diverse area, Govanhill in Glasgow, last weekend.
The RMT rail union plans coordinated strikes against bosses’ push to extend driver only operation and get rid of guards
Canteen workers employed by Baxterstorey at the Esso Fawley Refinery near Southampton struck over pay
Campaigners in Doncaster took to the streets last Saturday to defend South Yorkshire Women’s Aid
Activists in Barcelona made sure a protest in response to terror attacks opposed war and racism, reports Maria Dantas
The people of Houston have been let down by authorities’ failure to plan for deluge
An economic blockade led by US ally Saudi Arabia backfired spectacularly as Qatar announced it had reopened full diplomatic ties with Iran last week.
Thousands of people marched through Rome last Saturday in protest at police violence against refugees.
The Mahalla textile strike shows the potential for Egyptian workers to fight in the face of repression, writes Tom Kay
Trump used the cover of Storm Harvey to pardon Joe Arpaio, the racist former Arizona sheriff.
What do the experiences of other left wing governments tell us about the possibilities for a future Jeremy Corbyn Labour government?
At the beginning of September 1917 the commander of the Russian Army, general Lavr Kornilov, tried to crush the revolution.
London lyricist and musician Ghostpoet’s fourth album Dark Days and Canapes takes a more explicitly, and welcome, political direction than his previous work.
Photographer Ceres spoke to Alistair Farrow about the influences behind his new book Hiraeth
Residents of Hokkaido, Japan, were woken up early on Tuesday morning by sirens, loudspeaker announcements and phone alerts telling them to seek cover immediately.
The leader of Britain’s biggest union has praised Labour’s call for Britain to stay in the European single market (see page 3).
In Geneva, Switzerland, last week, the United Nations (UN) disability committee told Britain’s government that its cuts have led to “human catastrophe”.
‘Pound’s weakness boosts demand for British goods’
Theresa May attacked greedy bosses to mask a U-turn on plans to curb fat cat pay this week.
After sixteen years of occupation the US is preparing to send thousands more troops to Afghanistan. Nick Clark argues it could be the graveyard of empire