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One Tory racist down, many more to go
Demonstrators chanted, “Education, not privatisation,” and, “Our schools are not for sale.”
Over 100 people joined striking workers outside the University of London on Wednesday as part of their fight against outsourcing.
Strikers, parents and their supporters rallied in east London on Thursday as three-day strikes at two schools came to an end
Donald Trump is coming to Britain, and he will face mass protest wherever he goes.
The Labour Party has disgracefully expelled anti-racist activist Marc Wadsworth who was accused of making antisemitic comments in 2016
Anti-racists are stepping up pressure on the Tories as revelations show ministers’ contempt for the Windrush Generation, and home secretary Amber Rudd’s lies are exposed
The scale of deaths of black people after contact with the police is so high that even United Nations agencies have felt the need to speak out.
The fire service—overseen by Labour councillors—has introduced contracts that could make new firefighters take on extra duties
Anti-racist outrage has brought down a lying home secretary
Pressure on Theresa May and the Tories ratcheted up a notch on Monday evening
Workers and parents at Avenue school in east London scored a victory this week after school bosses retreated on an academy plan.
Bosses have withdrawn plans for a defined contribution (DC) pension scheme for workers in older universities.
Low-paid workers in Glasgow are to be consulted on strikes in their decade?long battle for equal pay.
A walkout over pay and contracts at McDonald’s won widespread support, reports Alistair Farrow
Abortion rights activists will March for Choice in London this Saturday. They are taking action against the anti-choice bigots behind the “March for Life” conference and demonstration
A new study has exposed part of the decades of deregulation that allowed the Grenfell Tower fire to happen.
Thousands of supporters of Scottish independence were set to march in Glasgow this Saturday, in a demo called by the All Under One Banner group.
Anti-racists are preparing to take to the streets against racists and fascists in London this week.
The resignation of home secretary Amber Rudd hasn’t ended the pressure on Theresa May and the Tories.
A fresh wave of strikes is set to begin as workers continue the fight for guards on trains.
All roads into the Windrush scandal lead back to Theresa May.
Health workers, power workers, pensioners and mining workers were all on the streets. But coordination is lacking.
The Windrush scandal has revealed a stinking, festering hypocrisy at the heart of “Britishness”.
An inspiring battle in east London has breathed new life into the fight to stop academies. Two socialist activists, Carolyn McGrath and Miriam Scharf, spoke to Socialist Worker about how the campaign was built – and how others can take up the struggle elsewhere
The story of what happened in France in May 1968 is a reminder to never despair about the potential of workers to resist. Fifty years ago this month workers in France waged a struggle that shook the government and the state.
Alex Callinicos looks at the lasting legacy of the great revolutionary
A look at where socialists who are interested in Marx's ideas should start
Great performances and a solid plot make Lean on Pete an enjoyable film that rotates on the myths of the American frontier
“Allowing borders to determine your thinking is incompatible with the modern era.”
History to date has been the history of Great Men.
Theresa May and her cabinet of millionaires face a huge political crisis. We have to make sure that this moment becomes a turning point in the battle against the government and against all forms of racism.
In a strange and dramatic speech on Monday, Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu revealed Iran’s evil plan.
Food bank usage has shot up in areas where Universal Credit has been rolled out in full
The number of people who are so malnourished they have to go to hospital has more than tripled in the last ten years.