Dated: 12 Dec 2017
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Over 150 trade unionists, campaigners and students travelled to Calais on Saturday to bring donations and supplies to refugees.
Labour politicians in Tower Hamlets, east London, have been accused of arranging to accept bribes from property developers.
Right wing news sources have been trying desperately to undermine calls to hold those responsible for the Grenfell Tower fire to account.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has intervened to support a key service for women that is under threat in South Yorkshire.
Israel looked set to launch further violent repression against Palestinians after US president Donald Trump said he regarded Jerusalem “the capital of Israel” last week.
Some 2,000 bus drivers and engineers at Arriva North West were voting on a new pay offer as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
RMT union members are due to strike on Arriva Cross Country, Merseyrail, Virgin West Coast, Greater Anglia and South Western Railway
Local government employers have offered Unison, GMB and Unite union members in England and Wales a below-inflation 2 percent pay offer for each of the next two years.
Details of talks between postal workers’ union officials and Royal Mail management show bosses have made big concessions in a dispute over pay, pensions and conditions.
Workers at IT services firm Fujitsu have voted to strike against compulsory redundancies and the victimisation of union reps.
Teachers at Westways Primary School in Sheffield began a two-day strike on Tuesday of this week in a row over workload and other issues.
Bassam and her husband have travelled from war in Kurdistan seeking safety in Britain. She is six months pregnant. But Tory Britain has shut the door on them.
The People's Assembly and members of the Unite and Unison unions came together to defend services
Postal workers in Liverpool have refused to deliver material from the Sun newspaper in solidarity with the victims and families of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
As anti-racists in Britain prepare to deliver solidarity to refugees in the Calais region, the French authorities are preparing to herd refugees into shipping containers.
Sports Direct has been “named and shamed” as one of the 260 bosses who failed to pay workers the national minimum wage.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has decided not to charge five police officers in connection with the death of Sean Rigg.
Protesters gathered outside the US embassy in central London on Friday in solidarity with Palestinians who demonstrated in East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Around 5,000 people marched against the slave auctions in Libya in central London on Saturday.
Hundreds of refugees trapped at Britain’s border in Calais, northern France, are forced to sleep rough in appalling conditions.
Grenfell survivors and campaigners vowed to keep up the fight for justice as the inquiry into the causes of the fire began on Monday. The inquiry opened with two days of legal discussion over its procedures.
Cops stop and search black people more than white people, but they are less likely to find drugs on black people than white people.
Another young black man has died in police custody.
Tory benefit reforms mean thousands of people face a Christmas of uncertainty and the threat of eviction. Mary, a young lone parent in London, is one of them.
A speech by Donald Trump could trigger a new wave of Palestinian resistance—and protests in solidarity across the Middle East.
Economic difficulties and political discontent lies behind a row over workers’ wages in Japan.
Not wishing to be outdone by Donald Trump, foreign secretary Boris Johnson has said that Britain should return to the Middle East.
The revolution of 1917 showed another world is possible, what that world could look like—and how we can make it happen
Two senior members of Theresa May’s cabinet brawled in the House of Commons last week as MPs voted on Brexit legislation.
Do workers still have power to fight the bosses—and if so, how can they use it? Author Kim Moody spoke to Charlie Kimber about his new book on the potential for resistance
Palestinian resistance organisation Hamas called for an intifada—uprising—after Donald Trump described Jerusalem as Israel’s capital last week. It came on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the first intifada.
In 1974 workers at the Rolls-Royce engine factory in East Kilbride refused to work on engines used by the Chilean air force.
In her 30 years in the music industry, Bjork has always pushed boundaries.
Behind the numbers which dominate the refugee crisis lie millions of untold stories. Artist Ai Weiwei’s film Human Flow brings them out, writes Sally Kincaid
The year ends in avoidable cold and misery for the victims of Tory Britain.
I was the only teacher to be found guilty as a result of the Trojan Horse allegations in Birmingham. It was one of the most politicised cases in education the country has ever seen.
‘I don’t know what’s controversial. Because what’s controversial changes every day’
Attacks on steel workers’ pensions at Tata have led to a “feeding frenzy” of advisers and fraudsters looking to cash in
With the inquiry into the causes of the Grenfell Tower beginning this week, Alistair Farrow looks at how the evacuated residents are still searching for justice—and new homes to live in