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As Donald Trump’s policies lock up migrants and their children, we all need to take to the streets when he makes his visit to Britain, writes Alistair Farrow
An inquest into the death of Rashan Charles has delivered a verdict of “accidental death” in an inquest that Rashan’s family have branded a farce.
The Unison union national conference erupted in chanting and cries of “democracy” on Wednesday after union leaders attempted to quash revolt over a controversial motion.
Trump says he has ended the policy of separating children and parents at the US-Mexico border, but children may still be detained indefinitely with their parents
In 1987, while British pop music was dominated by the coma-inducing sounds of Rick Astley and Shakin’ Stevens, hip hop was getting busy planning global domination.
Around 2,500 racists marched through central London on Saturday in another sign of the growing confidence of the British far right on the streets.
Civil service workers were set mount payday protests on Friday as part of a national day of action.
Over 100 anti-fracking campaigners from North Derbyshire and beyond gathered outside Chesterfield Assembly Rooms last week.
Teachers and support workers at Langdon Park School in Tower Hamlets, east London, were considering a new offer from management as Socialist Worker went to press.
As tens of thousands of people from across Britain prepare to come to London this weekend and demonstrate for the NHS, health workers are readying themselves for more strikes.
Children are left dirty because of poverty, according to a survey.
A four-day strike has brought huge sections of East Dunbartonshire council to a standstill
Some 120 care workers are striking against plans to wipe up to £1,200 from their pay packets
NEU union members at the John Roan secondary school in Greenwich, south east London, took their second of seven planned days of strikes on Tuesday.
Activists and residents have vowed to fight on against the catastrophic runway plans, writes Sarah Bates
A recall congress of the UCU union will go ahead—and will debate motions critical of general secretary Sally Hunt.
Some 15,000 people joined the latest march for Scottish independence last Saturday in Stirling.
Italy’s racist interior minister Matteo Salvini told rescue ships to let refugees drown in the Mediterranean Sea on Sunday.
Anger against the Tories' assault on the NHS was on the streets of London on Saturday.
Austrian right-wing Chancellor Sebastian Kurz faced furious anti-racist demonstrators this week
Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed re-election as Turkey’s president on Sunday in a triumph for his tactics of repressing opposition forces and gagging the media.
Palestinians in the West Bank, Lebanon and Jordan have protested to demand that the Palestinian Authority (PA) lifts its sanctions on Gaza.
Nick Clark spoke to activists in Greece about taking on fascist Golden Dawn and the racist policies of the European Union
A panic over shortages of carbon dioxide (CO2) is a very good example of the defects of capitalism.
Labour’s leadership is “walking a tightrope” to get the right position on Brexit. That’s what shadow chancellor John McDonnell told Labour supporters at an event in central London last Saturday
Whatever you think the way forward for workers is over Brexit, you can be sure it won’t come from collaboration between the unions and the bosses.
Italian police wearing white coveralls used crow bars to smash the windows of mobile homes at dawn last Thursday.
The NHS was launched 70 years ago but it now faces multiple challenges from Tories and bosses. Sarah Bates and Tomáš Tengely-Evans look at the attacks that threaten the service
In the Fade is a film filled with raw emotion. It gives a sensitive and realistic portrayal of Islamophobia and its consequences for the main character, Katja.
A new release about the life of Oscar Wilde is testament to his wit and an attack on the callousness of the British ruling class, writes?Alistair Farrow
After weeks of onslaught against the right to criticise Israel, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn still manages to speak out for Palestinians.
It will be great to see tens of thousands of people march for the NHS in London on Saturday. It’s an active response to the desperate crisis of the NHS and a show of defiance.
A year on from 72 avoidable deaths in Grenfell it’s disgusting to see Theresa May and housing minister James Brokenshire appropriating the green heart badges, which have become a commemorative symbol of Grenfell.
Did privatisation of essential safety services play a role in the Grenfell Tower fire disaster?
Alt right figureheads and racist street movements coming into Ukip could mean a revival for the struggling party, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans