Dated: 26 Sep 2017
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Labour Party conference gets underway today, Sunday—and the left is feeling confident.
Warmonger in chief Donald Trump threatened to “totally destroy North Korea” at the United Nations (UN) on Tuesday.
Labour's shadow chancellor urged unions to coordinate industrial action to break the Tories' public sector pay cap last night, Wednesday.
An up to 500-strong housing demonstration increased the pressure on Haringey council today, Saturday.
Vindicated by the general election result, thousands of Jeremy Corbyn's supporters at the Labour Party conference feel confident, enthusiastic and raring to chuck out the Tories.
After a huge crowd gathered for Jeremy Corbyn in Brighton on Saturday, the Labour right held their own rally in a hotel basement last night, Sunday.
The revolt against the public sector pay cap is growing.
There are strong signs that Royal Mail workers are voting massively in favour of strikes to protect their pensions, conditions and to win a pay rise above inflation. The ballot closes next Tuesday.
As students begin a new university year many are looking at the upheaval in politics—and the possibility of change.
Outsourced cleaners at Barts Health NHS Trust have accepted a pay offer from multinational Serco after a long-running dispute.
Hundreds of people joined a march against the Tories’ assault on the NHS in Brighton last Sunday.
Rail workers across four networks plan to walk out to defend safety next Tuesday and Thursday.
For the first time since Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader, the left was in complete control of Labour’s conference.
Birmingham bin workers suspended their programme of industrial action after the High Court ruled against council bosses last week.
A bucket filled with explosives partially detonated on a tube train at Parsons Green, west London, on 15 September
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell told a fringe meeting that a radical left Labour government would be ready to face attempts to undermine it by bankers and big businesses.
Transport for London (TfL) has not renewed taxi firm Uber’s licence to operate in London.
The international director of Cage, a human rights group, was found guilty this week of an offence under the Terrorism Act.
An imam was stabbed in the neck outside a mosque in Greater Manchester last Sunday. Police are treating the attack as a hate crime and have arrested two men.
Over a third of state schools in England are operating with a cash deficit. The figure was revealed in an answer to a parliamentary question on school finances.
The Cosatu trade union federation in South Africa has called a general strike for next Wednesday, 27 September.
The Spanish government is facing a deep political crisis as people in Catalonia defy attempts to crush a referendum on independence.
Demonstrators took to the streets in response to the far right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party’s general election breakthrough.
The Spanish government is facing a deep political crisis as people in Catalonia defy its attempts to crush a referendum on independence.
US president Donald Trump has ramped up his racist assault.
Theresa May’s woes deepened after she returned from giving a speech about Brexit in Italy last week. The Sunday Times claimed her “loyal” chancellor Philip Hammond had planned to give her the boot after the Tories’ disastrous general election performance.
The Football Lads Alliance (FLA) attracts people with a range of views, But fascists and racists joined its previous march, and it provides a platform around which Islamophobes organise.
We can’t rely on another Henry Kissinger stopping a drunk US president pressing the button, writes Simon Basketter. Removing the nuclear threat requires changing the system
Workers in revolt lost faith in the capitalist parliament—and looked towards a better system
A new ten-part documentary sets itself up as the definitive account of the Vietnam War. It brings out new voices and footage, but obscures the truth
One of my favourite things about London is that there’s lots of creative people finding new and interesting ways to express themselves and their political views. An example of this can be found at the (X) A FANTASY exhibition at the David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF) in Camden.
After decades of right wing ideas dominating political debate in Britain, the left feels more confident.
The refugee crisis has not gone away—if anything it is getting worse.
The news that a large section of the England Women’s football team have rallied around manager Mark Sampson after allegations of racism is no surprise.
‘The invasion of Europe’
The Tories are hampering efforts to prevent a similar tragedy to the Grenfell Tower fire from happening in the future.
Millions of people are scraping by in badly paid jobs and are being forced to take out loans. Ten years after the ‘credit crunch’, Sarah Bates looks at what’s behind the debt explosion