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Two deeply unpleasant men are facing off over North Korea’s nuclear weapons. The world feels closer to the possibility of nuclear war than at any time for half a century.
In a move that could boost Labour’s chances in Scotland, Kezia Dugdale has resigned as leader of the Scottish Labour Party.
As the Tories slash the health service, eight multinational corporations are leaching millions in profits from the NHS.
Hundreds of protestors gathered outside Kirby Misperton Village Hall yesterday, Thursday, to show their opposition fracking firm Third Energy.
Birmingham bin workers returned to the picket line at short notice this morning, Friday, after the council reneged on a deal
Some 200 people joined the protest ahead of the first-ever strike by workers at the multinational fast food giant in Britain
McDonald’s workers have launched the first-ever strike at the multinational in Britain
Chants of “I believe that we can win” rang out as McDonald’s strikers and their supporters rallied in front of parliament
Workers on Southern, Northern and Merseyrail trains have struck in coordinated action against plans to remove guards from trains.
Civil service workers at government offices across Britain took action last Friday—pay day—to demand an end to the public sector pay cap.
Postal workers were set to ballot for national strikes as Socialist Worker went to press. They are gearing up for a battle to defend their pensions, pay and conditions.
Canteen workers employed by Baxterstorey at the Fawley oil refinery in Hampshire were on the picket line again on Tuesday and Friday last week and Monday this week.
More than 150 anti-fascists, trade unionists and residents joined a protest against the English Defence League (EDL) in Keighley, West Yorkshire, on Saturday of last week.
The threat of an anti-racist protest has forced hard right party Ukip to scrap a planned conference of its youth wing in Sheffield.
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The government is delaying the publication of a Home Office report into deaths in police custody that criticises the cops.
The resignation of Kezia Dugdale as Scottish Labour leader is a chance for a shift to the left, writes Nick Clark
Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) will take a message of unity and opposition to racism and Islamophobia onto the streets of London on Saturday 7 October.
McDonald’s workers launched their first ever strike at the multinational in Britain on Monday.
Nurses and their supporters were set to hold a #ScraptheCap protest in London’s Parliament Square this Wednesday.
Thousands of people were set to march against austerity in Bristol this Saturday
In the shadow of some of the world’s biggest oil refineries, Storm Harvey’s floodwaters brought dangerous toxins to poor black and Hispanic communities.
Tens of thousands of people in Texas are in shelters facing an uncertain future
Mass demonstrations for democratic rights have swept across Togo
Thousands of Rohingya minority Muslims have been forced to flee their homes in western Myanmar in the last week.
Threats against the US’s imperial rivals China and North Korea are reckless and dangerous
Over 1,200 people are dead, millions displaced and a third of Bangladesh is under water after devastating floods hit parts of South Asia.
We republish what Socialist Worker wrote following Diana’s death in 1997
Predictably enough, negotiations between the Tory government and the European Commission over the terms of Brexit are running into difficulty.
Naomi Klein’s vision of how to win change only gets half way there
News of revolution in Russia inspired workers to take action against their own rulers—and showed them they could win
Arms dealers, top ministers and government officials from across the world descend on east London for the DSEI arms fair next week
A working class white woman finds her voice through hip hop in a provocative new film that’s tipped for awards, writes Oisín Challen Flynn
After more than 14?years hidden beneath the streets of central London, Mail Rail—Royal Mail’s underground electric railway—is open
Three months in, this new podcast is proving a reliably delightful source of short stories with a twist of fantasy.
The Tories are rumoured to be preparing to lift the 1 percent public sector pay cap—at least for some workers.
Fearless revolutionary socialist, anti-Nazi and shop steward Jane Emerson has died aged 56. Jane was a member of the Socialist Workers Party for 22 years.
The issue of a “white, Christian child” who was fostered by a Muslim carer has been used to increase Islamophobia and racism.
‘If you don’t like it, sell your shares and fuck off
Lobbyists are slowly moving towards Labour.