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Thousands of protesters gathered outside Downing Street on Sunday, a year to the day after women’s marches took place in London and across the US.
A strong campaign pressured the Southwark council planning committee to vote down proposals to redevelop the Elephant and Castle shopping centre in south London.
40,000 UCU union members are being balloted for strikes over pensions. The ballot ends on Friday.
The Tories have promised £45 million for a fresh clampdown on refugees trapped at Britain’s border in Calais.
New books try to answer how a government led by Jeremy Corbyn would survive, writes Nick Clark
The fight against the Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV) continues to expose the contradictions inside the Labour Party.
Hundreds of striking home care workers marched through snow in Birmingham declaring they would fight to defend the service they provide.
A year after Donald Trump became US president, protesters with Stand Up To Racism staged a “knock down the racist wall”’ stunt outside the new US embassy in south London
July 2016 to July 2017 saw the sharpest increase in the number of billionaires ever recorded, says the Oxfam charity
The UCU union has called 14 days of escalating strikes across 61 universities starting next month. A two-day walkout is set to begin on or around 22 February, followed by three-day, four-day and five-day walkouts in the following weeks.
The police officer who stopped 20 year old Rashan Charles will face no charges over his death, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has said.
Hundreds of thousands of people came onto the streets across the US to mark one year since racist, sexist US president Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Supporters of the fascist English Defence League (EDL) were humiliated in Hexthorpe, Doncaster, last Saturday.
Picturehouse cinema workers struck at five sites in London last Saturday and Sunday.
Supporters of South Yorkshire Women’s Aid (SYWA) and Louise Harrison were set to protest in Doncaster on Saturday.
Postal workers’ CWU union leaders could draw up a deal with Royal Mail bosses this week that would leave thousands of workers with a worse pension scheme.
NEU education union members at Avenue School in Newham, east London, were set to strike on Wednesday and Thursday of next week against academisation
Over 300 people came to the Solidarity with the People of Turkey (Spot) conference last Saturday.
Workers at 19 further education colleges began balloting for strikes over pay this week.
Low paid women workers are one step closer to justice in their decade-long fight against Glasgow City Council. But they have to keep up the pressure.
Health workers are calling on people to join the demonstration on Saturday 3 February in central London.
Strikers in Manchester from three long-running disputes are rallying together this week against penny pinching bosses.
The basics of life are in short supply, and an Israeli minister has called for more deaths, writes?Nick Clark
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa was set to tell the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week that the country is “open for business”.
In a Middle East tormented by the domination of Western imperialism, the Kurdish people have been among the greatest victims.
It’s a long way from the partly built 40-mile £750 million Aberdeen bypass, work on which has been routinely delayed, to the £4 billion luxury development in Doha, Qatar.
In January 1968 Vietnamese resistance fighters inflicted a shattering defeat to US prestige. The Tet Offensive sent shockwaves across the world, writes Alistair Farrow
The Pentagon Papers exposed the US lies about Vietnam by successive governments. The battle to publish them could be gripping, says?Sam Lorde
Martin Luther King said that riots are the language of the unheard—this play expresses that.
Bosses, politicians and celebrities descended on Davos in Switzerland this week for the World Economic Forum (WEF).
A Fawcett Society report this week laid bare the scale of sexual harassment in Britain.
Spare a thought for John McDonnell this week. He’ll be abandoning his comfort zone to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.
The racist Ukip party is embroiled in a fresh crisis. Its national executive committee passed a motion of no confidence in leader Henry Bolton on Sunday—unanimously save for Bolton, who voted against.