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UCU union members across 16 colleges in England are set to hold a two-day strike starting on 28 February.
One in seven children of public sector workers will be living in poverty by the end of March, unions have warned.
Service users and their families are fighting to save their vital adult day care centre from the brutal cuts of Birmingham council.
Haseeb Alam and Mahroof Sultan walked free last week after an ordeal lasting well over two years.
Student activists have said that university tuition fees should be scrapped, ahead of a speech by Theresa May on Monday
A large group of parents turned out to protest against Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) at St Helen’s Primary in Barnsley as the school reopened after half term on Monday.
Workers began a three-day strike at The Village School in Brent, west London, on Tuesday of this week. The action, by NEU union members, is against a plan to turn the school into an academy.
Workers at five Picturehouse cinema sites in London walked out for seven days
Royal Mail workers in Leeds protested last Saturday against the closure of their delivery office
There was a big shift in Swansea last Saturday. All Swansea area Labour MPs, alongside assembly members, council leaders, activists and victims of austerity united in a protest against Tory cuts.
THE justice4Grenfell campaign’s billboards drove through Westminster last Thursday, demanding truth and justice for those who died in the fire at Grenfell Tower
Around 200 people rallied to defend the NHS in Ealing Town Hall in west London last Tuesday night. The rally was called by the Ealing Save Our NHS campaign.
Disabled benefit claimants have suffered over a million sanctions since the Tories came to office in 2010
Over 250 parents, nursery workers and trade unionists vowed to stop nursery closures in Salford, Greater Manchester, at a meeting last Saturday.
Health campaigners are celebrating after they forced Labour-run Lewisham council to reverse hundreds of thousands of pounds in cuts to children’s mental health services.
At least 404 refugees died trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea in the first six weeks of 2018
This week we’ll be taking part in the biggest strike in Britain since the junior doctors’ strike. And we plan escalating strikes over the next three weeks, ending with a five-day strike in March.
National school walkouts have been organised by students in the wake of the horrific massacre in Parkland, Florida
Ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned last week following nearly three years of protests
South African socialist and former African National Congress minister Ronnie Kasrils spoke to Charlie Kimber about the significance of president Jacob Zuma’s resignation
Israel is threatening a new and bloody war on Palestinians in the Gaza Strip who are already suffering from a deepening crisis.
A row over the Irish language has shone a light on the conflict that lies at the heart of Stormont
Syria is undoubtedly the most dangerous place in the world at the moment.
University bosses’ assault on pensions will hit workers hard, and is the latest attack aimed at turning education into a profitable business. That's why over 40,000 workers plan 14 days of strikes from 22 February. UCU union members speak to Sadie Robinson
Marvel’s latest superhero film stands out for its proud portrayal of African people—but it draws some uncomfortable conclusions
This is a play—with song and dance—about the Miners’ Strike of 1984-85, written by the daughter of a Nottinghamshire miner at Welbeck Colliery
Right wing papers think they’ve caught Jeremy Corbyn red handed.
A supply-chain cock up at KFC fast food stores left bosses in a flap
There’s a lot of desperation here in Calais.
‘What’s this poor chap here? Faint air of a Labour backbencher’
The racist Ukip party has got its seventh change in leader in less than one and a half years. Gerard Batten became interim leader following a vote to sack Henry Bolton at an emergency general meeting last Saturday.
Right wingers are using revelations about Oxfam in Haiti for their own ends.