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Carillion was Britain’s second-largest construction company, employing 43,000 people globally.
There were dramatic scenes at First Manchester bus depot today as protesters stopped scab buses during a strike by drivers.
New regulations under the Universal Credit regime will mean hardship for poorer families
US president Donald Trump has confirmed he won’t be coming to Britain to open the new US embassy in February.
Widespread demonstrations have erupted in Tunisia over mass unemployment, poverty and social inequality. They are also questioning the government.
Train workers brought networks to a standstill this week as they resisted bosses’ plans to take guards off trains.
Unite union members at Fujistu have announced a series of strikes—as bosses dismissed victimised rep Ian Allinson. The first walkout will begin on Wednesday 24 January.
The mother of Becky Romero, a 15 year old who died because of metal health cuts, has slammed underfunding of services as “utterly shameful”. And she called on people to join the demonstration for the NHS on 3 February in London.
Around 70,000 took to the streets in Vienna - including refugees and trade unionists
Bosses at Carillion have got their hands out. They have already taken billions of public money on the outsourcing and privatising gravy train.
Chants of, “Decolonise UCL” and, “End eugenics now” rang out in front of University College London (UCL) on Monday.
Seven months after the Grenfell Tower fire, the level of contempt for working class people felt by those responsible is still being revealed.
The Labour Party’s left wing leadership has shown serious signs of accommodating to the right and big business in a bid to appear respectable.
The Unite union is calling on its members in English and Welsh local government to reject their pay offer in a consultative ballot.
Hundreds of vital workers in Birmingham are striking to save a home care service from cuts.
Also, anti-fracking protest in York, Bradford children's services at risk and more
An urgent call to resist the Tories’ attacks on the NHS went out from a health campaigners’ meeting in London on Thursday of last week.
A ballot of UCU union members for strikes over pensions was set to end on Friday. Workers at some 68 universities across Britain are balloting to stop an attack on their USS pension scheme.
The explosive revelations of The Fire and the Fury book on US president Donald Trump has dominated headlines over the past week.
A series of strikes by tens of thousands of metal workers are showing the potential power of the German working class.
Thousands of transport workers in Greece struck on Monday of this week against the left wing Syriza government’s plans to bring in harsh new anti-union laws.
Lawyer and revolutionary socialist Mahienour el-Massry and trade unionist Moatasem Medhat have been acquitted on appeal by a court in Alexandria, Egypt.
Jeremy Corbyn is under increasing pressure from the Labour right to shift his policy on Brexit. This would mean—at the maximum—supporting a second referendum and—at the minimum—backing Britain staying in the European single market if it does leave.
US right winger Mike Huckabee emerged from the latest Churchill film, Darkest Hour, to declare, “Churchill was hated by his own party, opposition party, and press."
This year marks 200 years since Karl Marx’s birth. Sadie Robinson explains why workers are central in the first of an occasional series
Cowardly, sexist, racist US president Donald Trump has lurched from crisis to crisis since his inauguration a year ago this Saturday. His attacks have been relentless—but the resistance has been inspiring.
This film is a dry, dark satire which pulls questions about the nature of humanity, good and evil, redemption and salvation out of its cowboy hat.
But it does show what social workers face whenever something goes wrong—with an underlying political row
Politicians and bosses rushed to denounce failed firm Carillion as the latest in a long list of companies described as the “unacceptable face of capitalism”.
Donald Trump won’t visit Britain next month because he is too scared of protesters
As a resident of Scarborough—Britain’s low-pay capital—I was uplifted to learn of Jeremy Corbyn’s plans to get Labour campaigning in “left behind” communities.
‘I’m still left with more than anybody else, and that seems to me entirely just’
There were dramatic scenes in Belfast High Court last week.