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Thousands of strikers, students and supporters marched through central London on Wednesday to defend education, pensions and workers’ action.
Sheffield Labour council plans to cut down half of its 36,000 street trees. This is under a £2.2 billion PFI deal with multinational Amey.
NEU union members in east London, are showing their determination not to let more of our schools become academies
Striking university workers marched in central London today—a day after stunning votes to reject a rotten pensions deal
People marched and rallied in Bristol, Liverpool and London on Wednesday night to demand justice for the people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire.
Strikers, parents and supporters rallied in east London on Thursday as NEU union members at three schools struck against academies.
University strikes have inspired students on several campuses across Britain to occupy in solidarity—and raise their own demands for education.
The Tories, the press and Labour right are all going for Jeremy Corbyn because he didn’t join in with their warmongering rhetoric over Russia.
The 17 March anti-racist demonstrations are an opportunity to build a movement that can push back against Theresa May, Donald Trump and all the racist bigots
Protesters from across Britain are congregating in London, Glasgow and Cardiff for today’s Stand Up To Racism demonstrations.
Chants of “Tories out, migrants in” rang out as thousands marched against racism in central London on Saturday.
Anti-racism marches sent a message of defiance and unity on Saturday.
The Stand Up To Racism demonstration was a defiant and united response to all the racists and bigots.
A short video of some of those who braved the cold to march in London today. You can read our full round up from the demonstrations in London, Glasgow and Cardiff here
Solid strikes by the UCU have given workers the confidence to fight for more, argues Sadie Robinson
Workers are fighting to push forward the battle to defend pensions as the first wave of university strikes comes to an end this week.
Anti-racists will take to the streets to oppose a planned march by the racist Football Lads Alliance (FLA) in Birmingham on Saturday.
School workers in east London have the council on the run
Detained migrant women are demanding the Home Office be “held to account for their actions” as they begin the fourth week of a hunger strike.
Around 1,000 Unite and Unison union members at United Utilities water treatment plants and offices in the North West of England struck last Friday and this Monday.
Workers at 12 colleges are set to strike next Tuesday in a row over pay.
Aberdeen bus drivers struck on Monday of this week and planned to strike on Wednesday and Friday over the imposition of new contracts
We’re expecting an important protest this Saturday in the battle to save five nurseries in Salford, Greater Manchester.
Privatised workers at the British Museum protested on Tuesday to demand bosses bring them back in house after the collapse of outsourcing giant Carillion.
The government could block attempts to introduce a new Royal Mail pension scheme that postal workers’ union leaders are promoting to their members
The killing of socialist Marielle Franco has fed into wider anger at the state, says Charlie Kimber
Mass protests against corruption forced Slovakia’s social democratic prime minister Robert Fico to resign last Wednesday.
The strike has infused new life into semi-moribund UCU branches
French president Emmanuel Macron has picked a fight with the historic stronghold of the French working class—the railway workers. Charlie Kimber argues that unions must fight now
Women workers in Birmingham spoke to Sarah Bates about their battle to stop a Labour council attacking a key service in the city
The Square is both hilarious and deeply unsettling.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s current production of Hamlet breathes fresh air into the play.
Chekhov’s classic tragedy gets a fresh reworking for modern audiences in Bristol.Sophia Beach says the quality performances make it one to see
Politicians and big business will try every method to shape people’s views. And at the same time they will seek to make money from doing it.
Theresa May’s deal with the European Union over Brexit will see a 21 month “transition period” after Brexit on 29 March 2019.
The hypocrisy around the gruesome attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal is sickening. As if the Russian secret service dreamt up the practice of poisoning civilians all on its own.
‘Scepticism of politicians is healthy. But too many people, fuelled by social media, indulge in knee-jerk cynicism ’
When the US spy Gina Haspel was presented to the queen at Buckingham Palace, she introduced herself as “minister-counsellor for co-ordination affairs” at the US embassy in London.
Former KGB spook Vladimir Putin has ruled Russia through force and fraud for the last 18 years. He will firm up his rule for another six years after the Russian presidential elections on Sunday.