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Hundreds of asylum seeker families face being thrown onto the streets of Glasgow by the Tories’ racist immigration laws.
23 people died in or following police custody in 2017. Even this figure doesn’t tell the full story, says Simon Basketter
Hundreds of left wing Labour Party activists spent Saturday debating about their party’s relationship to social movements and what campaigns it should be part of.
Residents have forced Kensington and Chelsea council to retreat from plans that would threaten their secure council tenancies.
A Tory councillor has attacked the right to boycott Israel—using the same definition of antisemitism that the Labour right want Jeremy Corbyn to adopt.
Home care workers in Birmingham began a two-day strike today to stop the total destruction of their service.
The result of an appeal by jailed Nazi Tommy Robinson was set to be announced on Wednesday.
Hundreds of refugees stormed a border fence in Morocco last Thursday in a bid to make it to safety in Europe.
The recent hot weather in Britain has left bus workers feeling “drowsy” and “faint”
Journalists have warned that short staffing at a newspaper has left the editorial team “at crisis point”.
NHS workers are demanding unions reopen a shoddy pay deal that was cobbled together by the Tories and trade union leaders.
Workers on the Eurostar international train line walked out for 24 hours last Saturday in protest at dangerous conditions for staff and customers.
This is the lethal cost of the austerity memorandum demanded by the EU to pay Greece’s debt
Imran Khan, the former Pakistani cricket star, declared victory in the country’s general election yesterday despite allegations of widespread fraud.
The Greek government faces outrage over its failures and austerity policies, following huge wildfires that killed almost 100 people
The evictions show the impact of the racist policies of minister Matteo Salvini, reports Simon Basketter
Results of the first Zimbabwean presidential election since the fall of dictator Robert Mugabe were expected this week.
Palestinian Ahed Tamimi was released from Israeli prison on Sunday.
It’s welcome that the consequences of climate change have eventually been recognised. But it’s an insult that it takes a British heatwave for that to happen
Last week the developing trade war between the three main economic blocs—the United States, the European Union (EU), and China—seemed to relent.
Competing world leaders plan tariffs on trade—and some on the left back them. But these measures have nothing to do with protecting workers, argues Tomáš Tengely-Evans
On the last day of parliament before their summer holidays, the government snuck out final approval for fracking to go ahead in Lancashire. Activists tell Sarah Bates they are determined to keep resisting
The jailing of Nazi figurehead Tommy Robinson has acted as a focal point for fascists across the world. Alistair Farrow investigates his international backers
Theatre critic Mark Brown offers a guide to the forthcoming Edinburgh Festival—including spectacle, solo performances, Shakespeare and comedy
If you are in London this summer it is worth dropping in to Somerset House to an exhibition paying homage to magazines—Print! Tearing it up.
Poverty shapes every aspect of our lives—as a BBC documentary highlighted this week.
A damning new report in the wake of the Oxfam sexual abuse scandal in Haiti shows how international aid is shaped by Western imperialism
I went to Scarborough & Whitby Labour Party’s recent election campaign launch to ask parliamentary candidate Hugo Fearnley to help build the local movement against racism and fascism.
Brexit fever is gripping the corridors of Westminster—the latest symptom is potential shortages
Some 300 refugees in Glasgow were threatened with eviction last week after ‘failing’ their asylum applications. Tomáš Tengely-Evans explores the grim reality of Britain’s asylum rules