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Refugee children and young people are being shut out from schools and colleges because of the Tories’ immigration laws
Anti-racists across Britain joined rallies in response to a racist letter calling for a 'Punish a Muslim Day'
After 14 days of strikes, many UCU union members are organising to reject the latest offer
Cries of, “Free, free Palestine” rang out in front of Downing Street on Saturday as 2,000 people protested against Israel’s latest massacre of Palestinians.
2,000 people protested in central London today against Israel’s latest massacre of Palestinians.
A protest outside Labour Party headquarters in central London on Sunday saw speakers label leader Jeremy Corbyn as antisemitic and compare him to Hitler.
UCU members at several universities were set to start a five-day strike on Monday 16 April if the latest offer on pensions is rejected.-
The Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) is trying to whip up racism against Muslims in Rochdale.
Bus drivers at First Aberdeen have voted to reject the company’s “final” offer and were set to begin an indefinite strike on Wednesday this week.
What initially appears as a straightforward setting emerges as something stranger in this new cop drama
Health workers were set to protest outside the Department of Health in central London this Friday.
Thousands of Universal Credit (UC) benefit claimants are having 40 percent of their income snatched away to repay debts.
Bromley indefinite strike continues
Transport workers are fighting back against a host of bosses’ attacks.
A firm linked to the flammable cladding used on Grenfell Tower told its clients in 2015 that its Reynobond PE product achieved only a Euroclass E fire safety rating.
Around 400 people marched to defend the NHS from privatisation in York on Saturday of last week.
Workers at six McDonald’s stores across Britain are balloting for strikes.
Workers in Britain have organised to stop a scabbing attempt by bosses during the French rail strikes. It’s an excellent show of solidarity with a crucial battle—and the best sort of European unity.
A party that believes in a world Jewish conspiracy won the Hungarian general election on Sunday. The Nazis came second.
Teachers in the US state of Oklahoma began their second week of walkouts on Monday. They are striking for more pay and better education funding.
The struggle of rail workers in France has inspired workers in other sections of the economy and students on university campuses. Charlie Kimber argues the fight can go much further
Apartheid state justifies its violence after killing at least 29 Palestinians and injuring over a thousand
The bluster and grandstanding of Western leaders over horrific deaths in Syria gets ever more hypocritical, ghoulish—and dangerous.
After several recent killings of young people in London, media and politicians have blamed “gangs” and to call for more resources for police. But, as Sarah Bates finds, the roots of the violence lie in deep social problems
Emmanuel Macron managed to beat fascist Front National (FN) leader Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election this time last year.
The poisoned legacy of capitalism and pollution on the Faroe Islands is told in story-like fashion in new documentary film
Hope to Nope looks at political graphics in the tumultuous decade since the crisis hit
Theresa May is fulfilling her 2013 promise to create a “hostile environment” for migrants.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) is poised for a sharp turn to the right.
Winnie Nomzamo Madikizela-Mandela represented some of the most courageous elements of the struggle against apartheid in South Africa, but also its weaknesses.
The events last week to show solidarity with Muslims were very important and can be the basis for future campaigning work.
The inquiry into spy cops has finally confirmed that a joiner many campaigners knew as Mark Cassidy was undercover cop HN15, called Mark Jenner.
The local elections in England are a chance to punish the Tories for decimating public services. But if Labour wins, it will have to do more than manage the cuts differently, argues Nick Clark