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A call to build a mass movement against racism went out from the Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) conference in central London on Saturday.
Around half a million people demonstrated in Barcelona on Saturday.
The trial of six people charged with violent disorder in relation to events that left Kurdish teenager Reker Ahmed fighting for his life is underway at Croydon crown court.
Workers are defiant despite Royal Mail bosses’ legal challenges to strikes, reports Nick Clark
Rows rumble on in the Tory party, but it will take struggle to get them out, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Labour will collaborate with Tory MPs in parliament over legislation about leaving the European Union (EU), shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer has said.
Only ten out of 203 Grenfell Tower households have found permanent housing. Most are still waiting to be rehoused four months after the fire.
Property developers, politicians and investors descended on Kensington Olympia in west London to carve up the housing market
A giant redevelopment project in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, threatens to wreck hundreds of lives
Workers at the University of Manchester began a two-day strike on Monday.
Young mothers with babies and toddlers, grandparents and trade unionists demanded entry into the council chamber in Cambridge
Workers at a Sheffield jobcentre began a four-week strike on Monday—a final stand against the closure of their office
Housing campaigners have lodged a formal complaint against Haringey council
Anger against the Tories’ 1 percent public sector pay cap was clear on the streets of central London
Mears workers vote for further strikes | Choke up the chokers | Exeter porters stand firm | Defend activist from jail term | Cleaners want to sweep away low pay | Don’t let laws leave strike grounded | Film workers to vote on major deal | Firefighters walk out at Sellafield
Over 2,000 bus workers in north west England have struck for two days over pay. Unite and GMB union members at Arriva buses struck on Thursday last week and Monday this week.
Train drivers’ union Aslef has recommended a deal to its members to end their long-running dispute with Southern rail.
Also: Protests planned at Tommy Robinson’s ‘book launches’ | FLA leader backs Nazi demo
Parents, children, teachers and campaigners gathered in central London for a mass lobby of parliament
New up-front identity checks in the NHS that came into force on Monday are discriminatory and dangerous
The death of US Sergeant La David Johnson in Niger has exposed the callousness of Donald Trump towards those he orders into battle.
Patients recovering from surgery in Essex could be removed from hospital and put up in ordinary people’s spare bedrooms.
Half of the Alternative for Germany party’s new MPs are linked to fascist groups, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Protesters in the US celebrated a victory as injunctions delayed the implementation of president Donald Trump’s third travel ban on Wednesday of last week.
“When the first reports of serious disorders in Catalonia were reaching Madrid, the English ambassador wrote home that he saw ‘nothing in the business that is hard to settle’.”
Recent revelations about Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s abuse and rape of women have exposed the sexism at the heart of society.
As world leaders ramp up racism against Muslims and migrants, hundreds of anti-racists met in London last week to discuss building the resistance
As the Russian Revolution developed a situation of dual power existed—but it was unsustainable
In the film, a young girl is accused of witchcraft in Africa and is drawn into a world of corruption and sexism, writes Charlie Kimber
Plus: Portrait of Palestine, Pop Art from North Africa and Grime4Justice
Tuesday marked one year since the demolition of the “jungle” refugee camp by cops in Calais.And one year on the refugee crisis is as bad as ever.
Poorer women in Northern Ireland who come to England to have an abortion will now be able to claim money for travel and accommodation.
There’s a lot of hurt among Durham teaching assistants (TAs) after the latest pay deal was accepted.
An academy trust that recently abandoned its schools siphoned off millions of pounds to its own accounts.
Fifty years ago the 1967 Abortion Act marked a major breakthrough for working class women. Sarah Bates looks at what life was like before the Act—and why abortion rights are so crucial