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How long can the Tories survive?
Undercover reporters at the Financial Times newspaper have shone a light on the vile harassment of women carried out by men at the top of society.
Some 1,500 people joined a Labour Party rally for the NHS in the Methodist Central Hall in central London on Thursday night.
The HDV is a 'social cleansing' redevelopment affecting seven estates and 4,000 households. A demo and vote on 7 February could kill it.
Attendees have tried to defend the event, but it's indefensible
Meetings have been organised by Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) and Unite Against Fascism (UAF).
Strikers from First Bus, Mears and Fujitsu came together to support one another - and discuss how to won
Anti-racists protested outside a meeting debating the legacy of racist Tory MP Enoch Powell in Wolverhampton on Saturday.
Protesters gathered to defend South Yorkshire Women’s Aid and Louise Harrison.
There’s a chance to give new life to the sruggle over pay in the public services after a key Unison union body voted against the pay offer in local government
UCU union members are building the campaign to defend their pensions—and finding that the momemtum that led to a high turnout to vote is still there, reports Sadie Robinson
Workers at 19 further education colleges are fighting to get the vote out in strike ballots over pay.
Shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth pledged last week that a Labour government would defend the rights of EU migrants working in the NHS.
Workers at the University of London (UoL) struck against outsourcing last Thursday.
Defeat for the Labour right in Haringey could spur wider resistance, writes Alistair Farrow
Home care workers in Birmingham were set to strike for a second time between 12 noon and 2.30pm on Tuesday of next week.
Landlords and building managers are still dragging their feet over essential fire safety work in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Thousands of workers for failed outsourcing and construction firm Carillion are anxiously waiting to discover what is happening to their jobs.
Postal workers’ union leaders and Royal Mail bosses have reached an agreement to end a major dispute and are calling on workers to back it.
Emin Sakir, a member of the Revolutionary Socialist Workers Party (Dsip) in Turkey has now been in jail for more than 60 days.
Looking to the US to intervene on behalf of the Kurds is a recipe for disaster, argues?Nick Clark
And German manufacturing workers on strike
Pundits blame social media for damaging trust in the news. Nick Clark looks at the real truth and lies behind fake news
Bosses fear a backlash at rising inequality. And so they should, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans—their system is to blame
A sea of suffragette colours will mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act. The Act gave some women in Britain the right to vote for the first time.
Rehad Desai looks at the life of the most influential artist of the anti-apartheid movement and argues that it can inspire people fighting for a better world
The Haywood gallery is hosting the first ever major retrospective of acclaimed German photographer Andreas Gursky.
Follow them true
Sexist-in-chief Donald Trump has said “I’ll be there” for a state visit to Britain in October. He reneged on his promise to visit earlier this month amid fears of huge protests.
The Tories have been forced to make a major U-turn on benefits.
The UCU union’s fantastic ballot result last Monday should give every worker a real boost.
‘You could be this generation’s Churchill’
Relatives of those killed in the Loughinisland massacre have welcomed a judge’s decision to voluntarily step aside from a case challenging a watchdog finding that police colluded with the killers