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Anger at the Tories’ public sector pay cap dominated debate at the Trade Union Congress conference in Brighton today, Monday.
Jeremy Corbyn injected hope of winning against the Tories into the TUC union federation conference
The inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire began today, Thursday, at the Connaught Rooms in central London. Sir Martin Moore-Bick, its chair, read out a prepared statement then rushed out of the room.
A group of men that abused girls and young women in Newcastle did not target victims because of their race, a judge has said.
Chants of “scrap the cap” rang out outside parliament as Theresa May faced her first prime minister’s question time after the summer break.
The government is plotting vicious new restrictions on the rights of migrants to Britain from European Union (EU) countries, a leaked document suggests
Over 100 people met in east London to launch the Justice4Edson campaign
Birmingham city council sent me a letter last week saying I was being made redundant. It came like a bolt from the blue.
Thousands of protesters were out in Bristol today demanding an end to Tory austerity
Delegates at the TUC union federation conference considered trade unions’ response to Brexit yesterday, Sunday—and came up with a confused position.
The political crisis caused by the Birmingham bin strike came to a head on Monday night.
Thousands of Royal Mail workers rallied outside their workplaces on Monday of this week at mass gate meetings across Britain.
The Court of Appeal has rejected an appeal against an earlier judgement allowing Oxfordshire County Council to cut Luke Davey’s social care package by almost half.
Anti-fascists vastly outnumbered the Nazi English Defence League (EDL) in Newcastle
Some 50 housing activists and tenants met in central London last Saturday to discuss the fight for safe affordable homes in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire
The trials of six men charged in connection with the Hillsborough football disaster can be held at Preston Crown Court, a judge has ruled.
Withdrawal of labour paid bank workers dividends | Fawley refinery canteen strikers set to escalate | Hospital workers will lobby trust | Lecturers to strike in Manchester? | Jobcentre action suspended for talks | Kirklees council watch new boss |Winter strike for nuclear? | Bus bosses to feel heat | Stand with Ritzy workers
British Airways (BA) has declared war on workers with an announcement that it would close its main defined benefit pension scheme.
Adrian McDonald died in the back of a police van after being Tasered and bitten twice by a police dog, a tribunal heard
The Tories are divided, Jeremy Corbyn is contradicting himself and the trade union leaders are deeply confused
Over 160,000 Rohingya minority Muslims have been forced to flee their homes in western Myanmar
Hurricane Irma blasted a trail of destruction through the Caribbean last week. At least 28 deaths had been reported by Monday, with ten countries hit.
Vicious attacks on the Rohingya Muslims have seen people take to the streets, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Strikers, students and activists were marching through the major cities of France as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday in a day of strikes and protests.
Supporters of Catalan independence responded to new harassment by the Spanish government with a million-strong march on Monday.
We need a wider social movement to truly transform society
It is crucial to argue for workers’ rights, freedom of movement for people and internationalism.
The conflict is a consequence of the US decision, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, to expand Nato
Ripples of revolution spread across Europe and beyond in the wake of the February revolt in Russia in 1917—and the British Army was no exception
Workers’ councils and political parties set up newspapers to counter the lies of the rich—and to organise the struggle against them in the Russian Revolution of 1917
Government documents leaked last week revealed the scale of the Tories’ planned clampdown on European Union migrants living in Britain. Migrants spoke to Dave Sewell about what the changes would mean—and how to take on the Tories’ racist scapegoating
Channel 4’s new series promises to go deeper than most adaptations into the cult science fiction writer’s nightmarish world, writes Ken Olende
It’s no secret that disabled film roles tend to be played by able-bodied actors.
This documentary chronicles the life of veteran Labour MP Dennis Skinner, the “Beast of Bolsover”. Skinner has been an MP for 47 years. So in some ways this is an account of British politics for the past five decades.
The case against renewable energy took a severe blow this week after wind power firms won the rigged race for a government subsidy.
The far right poses a serious threat, from the KKK and Nazis in Charlottesville to the racists at the core of the Football Lads Alliance (FLA).
‘I don’t think I am in the least robotic’
It is three months since a fire ripped through Grenfell Tower in west London, killing at least 80 people
A new report says senior officials at Rotherham council knew of problems with child sexual exploitation—but none should be charged over failures.