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A public sector union’s fight over pay came up against Tory restrictions on the right to strike
Right wing Labour MPs are furious that their party has adopted a definition of antisemitism that allows criticism of Israel.
As the Israeli government passed a law entrenching discrimination against Arabs, supporters of Israel gathered in London to insist that it is antisemitic to call Israel racist.
Last Saturday evening a 35 year old man was racially abused in an Oxford park before being punched in the head three times and knocked to the ground. The victim was left with a broken nose and possible fractured cheek bone.
The truth about the billionaire Amazon boss
Iraqi people are still suffering as a result of the West’s invasion and the corrupt system it installed. But Phil Marfleet explains that resistance is on the streets
Anti-fascists mobilised in Cambridge, Worcester and Glasgow on Saturday
A new exhibition displays Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s work. Dave Sherry looks at the life of the artist who defined Glasgow’s unique look
If you are in Southampton before 18 August, make your way to the John Hansard Gallery to see this free Gerhard Richter exhibition.
London mayor Sadiq Khan’s long-awaited best practice guide for London housing estate redevelopment has been released.
Former benefits workers have spoken out against Universal Credit (UC).
Chagossians—people exiled from their homes on the island of Chagos in 1966—held a two-day protest in Trafalgar Square last weekend (see above).
Workers on the Supertram in Sheffield struck for 72 hours from Thursday of last week. It was the latest action in their fight for decent pay.
Jailed Nazi Tommy Robinson appealed against his conviction on Wednesday of last week.
The Tories announced pay deals for a million public sector workers in England this week. They are below inflation for most, and will mean more cuts.
Jeremy Corbyn launched Labour’s “Build it in Britain” strategy on Tuesday.
Over 120 people attended a Stand Up To Racism community walk against racism in Bury Knowle Park, Headington, Oxford on Sunday.
Islamophobic street incidents rose in 2017, a report from a leading anti-racist charity has indicated
Greater Anglia workers are celebrating after pushing back bosses’ plans to make train travel unsafe and inaccessible.
Bin workers in the Unison union at Kirklees council in West Yorkshire have won an important fight.
GMB and Unite union members working for the ATL section of the NEU union struck on Thursday of last week.
Carers in Birmingham are getting ready to strike back at council bosses who want to force through redundancies and huge cuts.
Eurostar workers were set to walk out for 24 hours this Saturday over working conditions.
Donald Trump spent last week testing the limits of presidential power—and the contradictions that keep him in place.
Assad’s regime has almost finished off the last pockets of resistance in southern Syria, says?Nick Clark
Plus section of German left turns against refugees
New laws are no aberration, but a consequence of a state based on ethnic cleansing, writes?Nick Clark
If you want to make sense of the row about Jeremy Corbyn and antisemitism you have above all to understand that it has nothing to do with antisemitism.
In what she probably regards as a great achievement, Theresa May has made it through to parliament’s summer break.
NHS workers are handing back medals they won for fighting the Ebola crisis in west Africa.
Oxfordshire saw a fantastic outpouring of anger against Donald Trump’s visit to the UK.
Scotland Yard is embroiled in the largest police corruption inquiry for 40 years.
Extreme weather events become increasingly likely as the planet warms. Sarah Bates argues fundamental change is needed to prevent climate change becoming catastrophic for life on earth