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Tommy Robinson’s jailing has become a rallying point for racists across Britain. Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at why the fascist poster-boy is a real threat
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A national union conference was thrown into chaos on Wednesday after manoeuvres by the union leadership.
Delegates to the UCU union's annual congress defied the leadership on Wednesday by voting in favour of debating two motions critical of general secretary Sally Hunt.
A leading critic of Jeremy Corbyn has claimed that Corbyn’s criticism of Israel means he is antisemitic.
The fall of right wing Spanish leader Mariano Rajoy is a blow against supporters of austerity across Europe.
Over 2,000 racists and fascists marched through Manchester on Saturday in another warning of the growing threat of the far right.
A series of figures have shown the heavy price of austerity on workers’ living standards.
The popularity of TV programmes such as Love Island tells the story of how capitalism makes commodities of everything around us, argues?Sarah Bates
Relationships, strikes and the strife of working class life are brought together in DH Lawrence’s The Daughter in Law.
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Thousands marched through the town of Dumfries in the south of Scotland last Saturday in the latest of a series of marches for Scottish independence.
Why isn’t Northern Ireland in Ireland?
Tory prime minister Theresa May is fighting to hide her party’s deep-seated Islamophobia.
A mosque and a Sikh gurdwara in Leeds were attacked in the early hours of Tuesday morning in what police are treating as “hate crimes”.
Firefighters in the West Midlands have delivered a thumping vote for strikes in response to “exploitative” new contracts.
Workers at four branches of the TGI Fridays restaurant chain struck last Friday.
Activists in the civil service workers’ union the PCS have begun the battle to deliver a solid vote for national strikes over pay.
Workers at four branches of the Picturehouse cinema chain struck on Thursday and Saturday of last week.
Hundreds of hospital porters, cleaners and other support staff are ramping up their fight against a dangerous new form of privatisation.
Housing workers are fighting attacks on pay in Tower Hamlets, east London.
It is almost impossible for anyone to deny the failures that led to the Grenfell Tower fire and at least 71 deaths. But there is now a battle over who is responsible.
Activists protested outside parliament on Tuesday.
A truck drivers’ strike in Brazil has shown how repressive governments can be humbled.
Mass strikes and protests in Jordan forced prime minister Hani Mulki to resign on Monday.
Some 50 people have died after trying to migrate to Europe when their boat capsized off the coast of Tunisia.
The strike figures for 2017, released last week, make depressing reading.
A growing strike wave has hit in recent months. Iranian socialist Peyman Jafari spoke to Socialist Worker about a series of militant strikes rocking the state—and how workers’ actions offer a vision for change
Tory prime minister Theresa May was “deeply disappointed” at her friend Donald Trump this week.
Theresa May is taking a gamble next week which, if it fails, could sink her.
Stories about family separation and the detention of so-called unaccompanied minors in the US have really had a ton of attention over the last few days.
An inquest into the death of Rashan Charles opened in north London on Monday. Rashan died in July last year shortly after being stopped by the police in a shop in Hackney, east London.