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Theresa May’s reshuffle of cabinet ministers began as farce and moved on to disaster on Monday.
The family and friends of Jemma Beale have begun a campaign over what they describe as a “contentious” conviction. Jemma was found guilty last year of perjury and perverting the course of justice.
A section of McDonald’s workers have won their biggest pay rise in ten years.
4 January 2018 was Fat Cat Thursday. The amount already grabbed by the average top executives passed the median annual salary of £28,758 for workers.
Windsor Tory councillor Simon Dudley wants to clear the town’s streets of homeless people before the royal wedding set to take place there in May.
Health campaigners are planning a national demonstration against the Tories’ assault on the NHS. Called by Health Campaigns Together and the People’s Assembly for Saturday 3 February, it could bring tens of thousands onto the streets of London.
Support domestic violence worker and campaigner Louise Harrison who is threatened with losing her job
At least two people have died this month because of Tory cuts to the NHS.
Workers on six train lines are continuing the fight for safe and accessible train travel.
The family and supporters of Becky Romero planned to protest in Bristol this Saturday.
Revolutionaries debated how to shape the political situation at the Socialist Workers Party conference
US housing investment firm Blackstone is set to enter the social housing sector in Britain.
The first strike at The Cumberland School in Newham, east London, against academisation saw over 50 NEU education union members picketing on Tuesday.
The campaign against the social-cleansing Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV) has claimed its latest scalp.
More than 40 school cleaners in six schools in Hackney, east London, have voted to strike by 100 percent on a 60 percent turnout.
Solidarity with the People of Turkey is holding a conference on “Turkey under the state of emergency—campaigning to win change!”
The Tories won’t shuffle off without a fight. The time to strike and protest is now, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
UCU union members are engaged in a crucial ballot for strikes over pensions
Workers at a fork lift truck engineering company in Bolton struck on Monday.
Around 350 home care workers in Birmingham plan to strike later this month
Postal workers’ union leaders have suggested they could soon reach an agreement with bosses
Manchester bus drivers vowed to keep fighting this week as they kicked off their 13th week of strikes.
Campaigning lawyer Mahienour el-Massry and leading trade unionist Moatasem Medhat have been jailed for two years by an Egyptian court.
Israel has published a list of 20 organisations—including the Palestine Solidarity Campaign in Britain—whose activists and senior officials are banned from entering the country.
Nick Clark spoke to two Iranian socialists, Nima Soltanzadeh and Massoud, about what lies behind the recent protests—and what they mean for the struggle
The Tories are apparently desperate to defend free speech. Universities minister Jo Johnson has appointed odious free schools fanatic Toby Young to head up a new Office for Students.
Socialist Clara Zetkin’s analysis of fascism in the 1920s can help us today, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
McMafia grapples with the differences between “good” and “bad” capitalism—and makes thrilling drama at the same time.
An exhibition of drawings by Edgar Degas (1834-1917) is an excellent introduction to the work of one of the most influential artists of the 19th century.
This new pamphlet tells the story of how textile workers in Lancashire came to support the abolition of slavery in the US.
Tory austerity provides a real opportunity to unite working class people in resistance.
The cops’ pet watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), has been replaced by the Independent Office for Police Conduct.
A recent court ruling could mean that councils won’t have to grant compensation to victims of abuse that they failed to protect.
‘What a fucking idiot’
A new book about Donald Trump offers a rare glimpse into the machinations of the ruling class
More than 11,000 people could be suffering mental health problems as a result of the Grenfell Tower fire. But the Tories aren’t giving services the funding they need