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An inspirational fight by West Virginia teachers has inspired teachers and other public sector workers
The Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Jewish Leadership Council, attacked Jeremy Corbyn in front of a crowd of hundreds outside parliament on Monday night.
Twenty years after her brother Christopher Alder died, Janet Alder is still fighting for truth and justice
The final annual conference of the National Union of Teachers takes place in Brighton over Easter weekend.
Hundreds of low-paid health workers in Wigan are resisting bosses’ attempts to outsource their jobs to a firm run by their former Labour MP.
Workers across six further education colleges began a three-day strike on Tuesday in an ongoing dispute over pay and conditions
Parents, teachers and campaigners in Newham, east London, are celebrating several victories over academisation after strikes and protests.
Striking bus workers in Aberdeen voted unanimously to escalate their action at a mass meeting of over 150 people last Wednesday.
Survivors and those displaced by the Grenfell Tower fire could be waiting over a year to get rehoused, according to the government.
NEU union members at Acton High school in west London began a two-day strike on Tuesday. Workers are in dispute over three issues – bullying, management’s response to behaviour issues and a planned takeover by Ark.
Jad Bouharoun traces the rise and fall of the rebellion on the outskirts of Damascus
The proposals represent a real terms pay cut and managers get new powers
Campaigners and their legal team have walked out of the inquiry into undercover policing demanding that its chairman Sir John Mitting stand down.
The British army plundered Africa—now it wants us to celebrate, writes Charlie Kimber
Swerving in and out of traffic in a pack of 3,000 cyclists may not sound like everyone’s idea of a good time, but it is for Jake.
A recent report has shone a light on the impact of politicians’ racism—and the deep disillusion that exists with the establishment.
Around a million French public sector workers struck and hundreds of thousands joined over 150 demonstrations nationwide on Thursday. A battle has also begun on the rail.
Detainee speaks out as a House of Commons committee hears damning evidence of the regime at Yarl’s Wood
On 22 March public sector workers and railworkers struck and demonstrated against France's President Macron.
This is the moment to increase the pressure, not withdraw it.
The Football Lads Alliance (FLA) marched in Birmingham on Saturday. It revealed an organisation that is becoming increasingly openly racist.
Action set for Northern, South Western Railway and the DLR.
A wave of strikes by French rail workers beginning next Tuesday will signal the start of a crucial confrontation with president Emmanuel Macron’s government.
Marches of hundreds of thousands of people show fury at racism, police and poverty, reports Alistair Farrow
Around 10,000 shop stewards met last week in Denmark as a major confrontation looms.
Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Nicola Sturgeon has exposed her government’s fake radicalism by cooperating with the clampdown on Catalan independence.
Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi was sentenced to eight months in prison for standing up to an Israeli soldier
It’s not a diversion to point out that those who accuse the left of antisemitism support the Tories and the right—and often don’t mind pandering to racism themselves
After the massacre, the militias boasted to the press of how many Arabs they had killed.
Spielberg’s latest blockbuster is designed to take people on a nostalgia trip back to the 1980s. But?Sasha Simic says that it doesn’t quite hit the mark
Readers of Socialist Worker probably aren’t avid readers of The Sun newspaper. If they were they may have seen that a couple of weeks ago it was irate at “snowflake students complaining that Frankenstein’s monster was misunderstood”.
The Tories showed their contempt for the health service and those who work in it with a miserly pay offer last week.
Donald Trump has appointed warmonger John Bolton as his national security adviser.
SCL Group, the parent company of Cambridge Analytica, was set up in 2005. Led by two Old Etonians, Alex Nix and Nigel Oakes, its pitch was simple—help politicians win votes.