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As top Tories ramp up scapegoating of migrants, Labour must oppose racism, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
'We will sit here until we get what we deserve,' say workers
One striker said, 'It just keeps getting better and better. The picket lines today were bigger than yesterday.'
Anti-war protesters greeted Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman with chants of “Hands off Yemen” on Wednesday—the first day of his visit to Britain.
More action is coming in 65 universities if bosses refuse to back down from attacking workers’ pensions.
A black student at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) posted evidence of racist abuse at her halls of residence on Monday night. And she said that management were slow to deal with the issue.
Health workers are angry that their union leaders are trying to stitch up a below-inflation pay deal that would also see them lose a day’s holiday.
Chants of “Never again” rang out in front of the Millennium Hotel in west London as around 100 anti-fascists protested against a Jobbik meeting on Friday night.
Major multinationals are paying significantly lower tax rates than before the 2008 financial crisis. Yet taxes on workers have increased.
A woman hunger striker at Yarl’s Wood has called on Theresa May’s government to shut down the detention centre—and stop criminalising migrants.
The UCU union has reached an agreement with UUK bosses that will have to be ratified at a key meeting of workers in London on Tuesday. The deal would mean a worse pension for workers—and they should keep striking and fight to win more.
The family of a man who died after contact with the cops held a vigil in Catford on Monday night—and said they wouldn’t be silenced.
Striking workers want a lot more than is offer now
A man has died after coming into contact with the police in Catford, south east London, last Friday.
University workers have rejected a rotten pensions deal put together by the UCU union leadership and Universities UK bosses.
Over 1,000 people marched against the Tories’ assault on the NHS in Newcastle
Hundreds of bus drivers in Aberdeen look set to bring the city to a halt in a battle to defend their jobs.
Workers at Connaught School for Girls in north east London struck on Tuesday in an escalating dispute over pay
Over 200 campaigners gathered at the Jobs and Climate conference in central London last Saturday.
Privatised workers at the British Museum are fighting to keep their jobs after the collapse of outsourcing giant Carillion earlier this year.
Postal workers in Fife, Scotland, are considering a strike after bosses threatened to dock their pay
People have taken to the streets of Slovakia demanding the fall of prime minister Robert Fico.
Powerful action by workers in West Virginia has inspired others to fight back
Turkish soldiers looked set to launch an assault on the Kurdish-held city of Afrin in northern Syria this week
A relatively unknown Facebook group has become the focus of an effort to discredit critics of Israel—as well as Jeremy Corbyn and the left.
Only someone with Theresa May’s flair for public relations would have received Mohammed bin Salman, crown prince of Saudi Arabia, on International Women’s Day last Thursday.
Liberals have tried to sanitise Martin Luther King ever since his death 50 years ago. But, says Yuri Prasad, King was a radical who blamed capitalism for racism, poverty and war
Workers’ involvement in a wave of university walkouts by the UCU union has taken bosses by surprise. Strikers and students spoke to Sadie Robinson about how the action is changing the campuses—and themselves
Alistair Farrow looks at how capitalism alienates workers from their labour, other workers and the world around us
The first season of Jessica Jones was praised by critics for being a feminist story which faced the truths of surviving sexual assault.
The Tate Modern’s Picasso 1932 is a must-see exhibition that reflects the artist’s personal turmoil amidst growing storm cloud of fascism, writes?Andy Brown
Thousands of people will die this year trying to cross borders in an effort to reach safety.
Theresa May threatened Russia with retaliation if it didn’t respond to an ultimatum by Tuesday night.
‘The member of staff responsible has been reprimanded’
The level of confusion over what actually happened is matched by the level of bluster over the nerve agent attack on British spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter
Almost nine months on from the devastating Grenfell fire, Alistair Farrow looks at what activists are fighting for, and the challenges that they face