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Missiles were launched against Syria as all the imperial powers jockey for their position in the carve up
UCU union members have voted by 64 percent to accept a deal in a long running dispute over pensions. It follows 14 days of strikes at over 60 universities against a plan to turn workers’ defined benefit scheme into a defined contribution one.
Donald Trump and his hangers on Theresa May and French president Emmanuel Macron have paused attacking Syria—for now.
The US, Britain and France have launched missile strikes on Syrian targets.
Over 1,000 joined the Silent Walk ten months after the fire. And the next one will coincide with a House of Commons debate
Companies handed public services by successive governments have given increasing amounts of cash to shareholders, a new survey shows.
Hundreds of people protested outside parliament and across Britain this evening after Theresa May attempted to justify bombing Syria.
There was an exuberant mood on the picket line at Avenue primary school in Newham on Tuesday.
A shocking report into the immediate causes of the Grenfell Tower fire was leaked on Monday.
The number of recorded deaths of homeless people has doubled in the past five years.
The Labour Party in Haringey, north London, has promised it “will bring residents with us” in any future redevelopment projects
Delegates at the Unison union health conference in Brighton this week voted by two to one for the leadership’s motion to recommend the government’s pay offer.
Plus: Pay walkout hits Waltham Forest school, Orion workers celebrate as they win all demands and Barnsley strikes against academy bosses
The fight is still on to beat bosses’ plans to gut workers’ pension schemes, says?Sadie Robinson
Fascists and racists are planning to march in London and Manchester next month as they attempt to regroup the forces of the far right in Britain.
Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon was under pressure to stump up more money for public sector workers as she addressed the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) on Monday.
An exhibtion of the modernist visual art of the early 20th century shows how artists saw the contradictions of US capitalism, writes Kate Douglas
The fifth instalment in the Far Cry series was initially billed as taking on Trump and the far right.
The seven French trade union federations that called the massive day of public sector strikes and demonstrations on 22 March have called for another day of general action on 22 May.
Police attacked and evicted occupying students at the Sorbonne university in Paris last week.
Teachers and other education workers in Oklahoma, US, are continuing strikes and protests for better pay—despite union leaders’ attempts to sell them out.
There have been claims on both sides that the Syrian crisis marks the most serious confrontation between Washington and Moscow since the Cuban missile crisis
Fifty years on, anti-racists will defy the message of Enoch Powell’s racist speech, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The racist murder of Stephen Lawrence and its aftermath changed Britain. A campaign led by his parents forced the state to hold an inquiry into Stephen’s death and the police investigation into it.
This week marks the anniversaries of Enoch Powell’s “Rivers of Blood” speech and Stephen Lawrence’s murder. Both can tell us about how to fight racism
Support for racist Enoch Powell among some dockers showed how racism could take hold. But many fought against it
A new documentary about the death of Stephen Lawrence and the 25 year fight for justice airs on BBC1 this week. Hassan Mahamdallie watched it
This dystopian fable has been warmly received by science fiction and fantasy writers, and could be of interest to many socialists too.
The treatment of “Windrush generation” migrants has exposed Britain’s immigration system has been exposed as a racist, bungling bureaucracy.
The Trade Union Congress demonstration in London on 12 May could be a real boost to the resistance against Theresa May’s rotten government.
I’ve been frustrated to see headlines blame drill music for the recent rise in stabbings in London.
Jeremy Hunt, who is apparently still the health secretary, failed to declare his involvement in a scheme involving seven flats in Southampton.