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The result was conclusive. Over 66 percent voted Yes to repeal the anti-abortion clause in the constitution.
Civil service workers will be balloted for action, and it could mean 150,000 workers walk out.
Hundreds of the lowest-paid hospital workers took to the picket lines across Wigan on Wednesday. It marked the first day of a 48-hour strike by Unison and Unite union members against outsourcing.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has promised that Labour will “stand on every picket line we possibly can” if civil service workers strike over pay.
Workers in government departments have suffered a pay freeze or 1 percent increases—well below inflation—for some eight years.
One picket said simply, “I’ve worked here on a zero hours contract for ten years.”
It looks like the food industry is winning the first battle in the war over sugar in food.
Prime minister Mariano Rajoy is in trouble after a court case revealed systematic corruption in his party.
The working class movement is not in rude health. But, argues Simon Basketter, change can happen quickly. Socialists must be ready when it does and start organising now
Hundreds of students joined a March for Mental Health in Bristol last Friday demanding that the university improves its mental health services.
Anti-racists plan to protest against the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) in Manchester on Saturday.
Refugee support organisations in northern France have slammed the Belgian, British and French governments after a two year old refugee was shot in the face on 17 May.
Civil service workers are set to ballot for strikes to end the Tories’ public sector pay cap. The PCS union is expected to give formal notice of the ballot on 11 June and begin balloting on 18 June.
A recent economic report by the Scottish National Party (SNP) is a major disappointment for those in the independence movement who want to end austerity and cuts.
The University and College Union (UCU) will hold its annual congress in Manchester this week.
Around 80 staff and parents rallied against cuts outside Langdon Park school in Tower Hamlets, east London, last Thursday.
The world had a glimpse of the reality of the ever-more brutal US border system last week.
Workers at the University of London (UoL) are set to walk out on 6 June as part of their fight to be taken back in house by the university. Currently they are employed by Cordiant.
Workers at four TGI Fridays stores struck on Friday of last week in their dispute over tips and pay.
Taxi firm Uber has announced it will introduce sick pay and maternity pay for its drivers.
Tens of thousands of people took part in the Birmingham Pride LGBT+ march and festival last weekend.
Firefighters in the West Midlands have voted for action over contracts
Workers employed by Clece Care Services, which provides transport assistance at Luton airport to passengers with reduced mobility, struck on Monday and Tuesday.
Around 120 care workers in the Bath and North East Somerset area have overwhelmingly voted for strikes over pay.
The protests were supported by over 120 organisations including the Labour-type SPD, Die Linke, the Greens, trade unions, Muslim organisations, refugee groups and cultural groups.
Public and private sector workers in Greece are set to walk out on a general strike on Wednesday.
Elections set to take place in Mexico on 1 July could deliver a left wing president in the shape of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
Big marches took place across France, showing the continuing readiness to fight President Emmanuel Macron’s “reforms” that attack workers and aid the rich.
Irish voters delivered a landslide two to one vote to repeal the 8th Amendment and liberalise abortion laws last Saturday.
Palestinians in Gaza were bracing for another assault by Israel as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
Every time the Labour right have confronted Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters in open combat they’ve been defeated, usually humiliatingly. But they’ve just been allowed to score a major victory
The NHS is threatened with a new form of privatisation. The rise of the wholly-owned subsidiary is bosses’ latest wheeze to sell off hospitals in England through the back door. But hundreds of workers in Lancashire are striking back. Tomáš Tengely-Evans joined the picket line in Wigan
Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s latest offerings are a poignant reminder of how we’re alienated from the natural world, says?Esther Neslen
Until now this brilliant New York band’s most well-known song was called, “Stoned and starving”.
Good news came recently to all undocumented migrants living in fear of the French state. All they have to do to gain citizenship is save a child’s life.
Italy in the last few days has shown the reality of capitalist power and its lack of concern for democracy.
The enforced resignation of Ken Livingstone from the Labour Party will be deeply disturbing to many socialists and activists both in and beyond Labour
‘Labour offered cash for strikes’
Survivors and the friends and families of people who died in the Grenfell fire gave a harrowing warning last week.