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Muslim women are facing growing attacks in the wake of Tory MP Boris Johnson’s racist rant.
Two groups of mainly migrant workers are waging a fight against low pay in London.
Northamptonshire County Council (NCC) voted through swingeing cuts on Wednesday. Council services are set to be completely decimated.
Anti-racists held a lively picket outside Tory MP Boris Johnson’s office in west London
Solidarity poured in from across the left and the labour movement to socialist bookshop Bookmarks
Housing bosses knew that Grenfell Tower was unsafe and did nothing to fix it, according to damning new evidence.
Mark Cousins’ documentary The Eyes of Orson Welles brings vividly to life the passions, politics and power of the filmmaker. He spoke to Simon Basketter about his work and how Welles still resonates today
Around 400 home care workers and their supporters staged a lively march through the centre of Birmingham last Saturday.
Czechoslovakia had been one of Stalinist Russia’s most economically advanced and politically reliable satellite states. Then, in 1968, the monolith suddenly cracked open. Tomáš Tengely-Evans explains what happened
Workers on Northern Rail have announced three new strikes as bosses “make a mockery” of negotiations.
North Sea oil rig workers struck for 12 hours on Monday and a 24-hour strike is planned for Monday 20 August.
The civil service workers’ PCS union is urging its members who work for the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to reject a pay plan tied to cuts to working conditions.
Crane manufacturing workers struck on Thursday and Friday of last week over an “inadequate” pay offer.
Some 150 postal workers staged an unofficial strike at a Royal Mail delivery office In Grimsby, Lincolnshire, last Thursday.
A growing number of health workers are frustrated with Tory proposals that mean they will only receive below-inflation pay rises.
Former foreign secretary is feeding on years of Tory Islamophobia, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The Tories announced their new social housing green paper on Tuesday.
Labour’s leader showed how to turn the tables on the right by bringing solidarity with Palestinians to the fore
Trade Union leaders and allies of Corbyn have put increasing pressure on him to adopt a definition of antisemitism that restricts criticism of Israel.
While workers face wage curbs and freezes, bosses’ pay is soaring away.
Millions of migrants could be banned from US citizenship if they claimed benefits, in the latest racist attack by Donald Trump’s White House.
Israel’s Nation State law exposes the anti-Palestinian racism at the heart of the state
As many as 29 children in Yemen were killed in an airstrike carried out by a military coalition armed and funded by Britain.
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa’s crackdown on opposition forces is causing jitters among the West and big business
The plunge in the value of the Turkish currency is a sign of escalating tension with the US. But it may also indicate a coming economic storm that could hit many more countries and wreck millions of lives.
The Labour Party has extended the hand of friendship to Israel for a century
Labour’s John McDonnell’s recent call for a movement “emulating the work of Anti Nazi League” was incredibly important. Paul Holborow, who co-founded the organisation, looks at its history and its legacy
The term “magical realism” is today generally used to describe a form of literature and is strongly associated with writers in South America.
“Revolutions would be a lot more successful if we could make them with the people of the future, not the flawed, self-centred specimens we have now,” says Bolshevik soldier Pavel in Alan Gibbons’s fictional account of the Russian Revolution.
Jeremy Corbyn has never and will never receive fair treatment from the media.
The latest plans to hike rail fares show why we have to stop the private train companies in their tracks.
Police attacked an anti-fascist demonstration in downtown Portland, Oregon, on 4 August.
‘Boris just needs to be Boris—true to his nature and his calling—and I think he has potential to be a great prime minister, not a good one’
Britain’s richest man and Troublemaker regular Sir Jim Ratcliffe is off to live in Monaco after spending two years here.
A new study shows how the fertility industry charges inflated prices for egg freezing treatment—and manipulates success rates, reports Sarah Bates