Dated: 07 Nov 2017
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Westminster is reeling following revelations about systemic sexual harassment and abuse.
The long running dispute of cabin crew at British Airways (BA) came to an end this week as workers voted overwhelmingly to accept a new pay deal.
A report into the experiences of families of people who died as a result of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster is a damning indictment of key institutions.
Climate change is already driving millions of people from their homes in poorer countries around the world.
The Bank of England has raised interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point from 0.25 to 5 percent.
The government announced plans for a full statutory inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal. But it failed to announce a chair for the inquiry.
Six Catholic men were murdered in a rural Northern Ireland pub in 1994. Who was responsible?
Supporters of Palestine marched through central London on Saturday, to call for justice 100 years since the Balfour Declaration was signed. The declaration gave Britain’s official support to the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine and signalled the beginning of a century of Palestinian oppression.
The Paradise Papers have exposed the secret tax scams of more than 100 multinational corporations, including Apple and Nike. Plus the queen and Tory Lord Ashcroft.
Workers at Charlton Park Academy special needs school in south east London struck on Tuesday.
Hundreds of people marked the centenary of the Russian Revolution at the Celebrating 1917 conference in central London last Saturday.
Bus and rail workers in the north west of England were set for a coordinated strike this Wednesday.
Also: Ministry of Defence cleaners protest | Opposing Fujitsu victimisation | Manchester Airport strike off | Shetland Gas Plant pay row | Brighton University jobs fight | Moshe Machover reinstated
Jeremy Corbyn made an effort to reassure bosses at their CBI conference on Monday that a Labour government would not threaten their profits.
Over 300 Eritreans protested outside Downing Street in London calling for an end to repression in Eritrea, religious freedom and an end to the regime of the current president, Isaias Afwerki.
The high court delivered a blow to refugees and migrants last week. It rejected a challenge to the Home Office’s closure of a scheme for unaccompanied young refugees.
Civil service workers have voted by over 79 percent to fight over pay
Also: Grenfell council goes for college
Chants of “Theresa May, hear us say, no fracking way,” rang across North Yorkshire countryside last Saturday as a 200-plus trade union solidarity march followed the PCS union’s samba band to Third Energy’s KM8 fracking well.
Workers at five Picturehouse cinemas in London struck on Sunday and Monday.
Hundreds of people joined a meeting in Birmingham last week about the Trojan Horse allegations—despite attempts to stop it.
Two sacked cleaners at a luxury Maserati and Ferrari car showroom have won their jobs back—and the London Living Wage
West London health bosses face calls to resign after regulators rejected their blueprint for cuts last month
The prosecution in the trial of six people charged in relation to an attack on refugee Reker Ahmed summed up its case last week.
Around 150 people joined a protest in Manchester last Friday in opposition to a book launch by fascist English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson.
Imagine being in a supermarket and seeing wealthy, well-dressed people passing through a special checkout.
Claims have been made about Labour Party members - and they cannot be simply ignored
The Spanish authorities jailed the vice president and eight ministers of the deposed Catalan government, and then mistreated them
Successfully resisting the Spanish state will mean looking beyond elections, writes Dave Sewell
Anyone who's watched Ken Burns’s flawed but absorbing documentary about the Vietnam War must have been struck by the interplay between presidential politics in Washington and the rhythm of combat in Southeast Asia.
500 years ago a preacher called Martin Luther sparked a movement which loosened the grip of the church on society. Dave Sewell argues this was about more than just theology
Grenfell, and the treatment of victims that followed, exposes the contempt that those at the top have for working class people
For Your Grandchildren is a film about the struggle against the Sabal Trail Pipeline in Florida. The film’s director Mike Tintner spoke to Kim Hunter
This new gallery explores working life in the coalmines of County Durham through original artefacts and artwork from prominent mining artists such as Tom McGuinness and Norman Cornish.
Tory rule stands on the shakiest of foundations.
Revelations about the extent of sexist abuse in Hollywood and Parliament are shocking. But if you’re a woman worker in 2017, sexual harassment at work is rife.
‘We were all misled on the existence of WMDs’
Another glimpse into the lives of the rich and famous has come to light.
A report on fixed odds betting terminals is completely toothless in the face of big bookies—and refuses to admit that poverty causes problem gambling, argues Sarah Bates