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As royal parasite Prince Harry prepares for a lavish wedding, just down the road from Kensington Palace a community lies in pieces.
Celebrations broke out in the Zimbabwean capital Harare at the news of president Robert Mugabe’s resignation on Tuesday. But the process must go deeper.
Philip Hammond’s budget speech did even less than some expected to address the epidemic of poverty and low pay in Tory Britain
The high court has decided to continue banning protests against the fracking plans of petrochemical baron Jim Ratcliffe’s company Ineos.
Police officers in London are under investigation after a 15 year old school boy was “slammed” off his bike and into a doorway.
The racist Football Lads Alliance (FLA) held a rally in Edinburgh on Saturday in conjunction with Veterans against Terrorism (VAT)
Some 200 housing campaigners, tenants and residents came together to discuss the way forward for the housing movement.
Bradford People’s Assembly says it has obtained documents revealing that the plans are not the result of funding cuts by central government
Hundreds of anti-fascists turned out to oppose a group called Bishop Auckland Against Islam (BAAI) in County Durham last Saturday.
A change to benefit rules slashing funding for women’s refuges will put women and children at risk.
Gas giant Ineos—owned by energy baron Jim Ratcliffe—called on the government to override Derbyshire County Council’s planning processes so it can start fracking.
Thousands of bus workers in the north west of England took their pay strikes up a gear with a strike on Monday
Workers at the University of Brighton struck last week against compulsory redundancies.
A demonstration on Tuesday of last week drew attention to a new legal challenge against outsourcing firms.
Driving Examiners in the PCS union are set to stage a 48-hour strike on Monday and Tuesday next week in a dispute over working hours.
Walkouts have got bosses worried at Arriva North West—and they’re lashing out, reports?Sarah Bates
Campaigners taking aid to refugees say the only solution is to open the border, reports Dave Sewell
Birmingham bin workers have defeated the Labour-run council’s attack on their jobs—but at a cost.
Campaigners have launched a petition demanding that cops under investigation over the deaths of Edson Da Costa and Rashan Charles be suspended.
Housing maintenance workers in Manchester are stepping up their fight for pay parity.
Unison’s Local Government Service Group Executive met on Thursday of last week.
Also: lobby of Scottish parliament, nuclear strike and Universal Credit protest
Emin Sakir, a member of the Revolutionary Socialist Workers Party (Dsip) in Turkey has been arrested.
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa pledged to open up the country to international capital.
Egypt’s dictator General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi promised to respond with “brute force” after an appalling terror attack on a mosque
There is growing anger about the effects of Universal Credit (UC). So what’s to be done?
In the endless discussions about Brexit, it’s commonly assumed that the British side is weak and confused and the European Union (EU) is strong and united. The first is true, the second not so much.
The bloodshed of the civil war shows that the ruling class will do anything to stop revolution
How the crimes of imperialists shaped Zimbabwe's history
A new book uncovers how the Tories used the Birmingham schools Trojan Horse ‘scandal’ to push an Islamophobic agenda
New film Battle of the Sexes shows the sexism of the 1970s and one of the battles against it, but misses the broader context
The Idea Home Show at the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art
Jeremy Warner, an associate editor of the Daily Telegraph no less, wrote this week, “Ireland has poisoned UK politics and brought down governments for centuries.”
Britain’s bosses are worried. They are fretting about Brexit, but their bigger concern is Jeremy Corbyn.
Schools inspectorate Ofsted’s decision to question Muslim girls wearing a hijab is racist.
‘I’ve read really boring things like Pilgrim’s Progress and even I think it’s fucking boring’
The family of three Afghan farmers allegedly killed by a team of SAS soldiers was paid “compensation” by the British government
Plans for a regeneration project by a Labour-run council has split the local party—and campaigning has pushed back the right, says Alistair Farrow