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The Tories are trying to use the NHS as a back-door vehicle for deportations. Socialist Worker has seen two examples of how it works—and there are likely to be more.
A cop who restrained a 20 year old black man shortly before he died has been cleared of misconduct.
Two mosques in Birmingham were attacked on Wednesday night in a sign of the rising racism against Muslims.
CWU union leader Dave Ward has spoken out in defence of Jeremy Corbyn. Others are demanding he concedes over the definition of antisemitism.
A statement on the PCS LU AGS election
After an assault from right-wingers, there will be a solidarity rally on Saturday 25 August, 11am, Carfax, Oxford.
Right wing Labour MP Margaret Hodge directly linked support for Palestine to accusations of antisemitism, in an interview last week.
Rail workers are still fighting to stop transport bosses axing guards from services.
Hundreds of health workers at Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust were celebrating last week after bosses dumped plans to outsource their jobs.
Workers at three oil and gas platforms in the North Sea operated by Total struck on Monday.
Supporters of Tommy Robinson plan to protest outside the Nazi’s retrial at the Old Bailey in central London on 27 September.
A postal workers’ union leader has responded after a series of unofficial strikes over workplace bullying and harassment at a number of Royal Mail workplaces.
A woman reportedly set fire to herself in a London housing office on Wednesday of last week. The incident took place in an office of Tory-run Barnet council.
Care workers in Birmingham have thrown themselves into the fight
Thousands of workers in Glasgow are preparing to build a huge result in a strike ballot that is part of a fight for equal pay
Former South Yorkshire Police (SYP) chief inspector Sir Norman Bettison will face no charges over allegations that he lied following the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster.
Children looked after by local authorities are facing a “silent crisis”, new research by the Social Market Foundation thinktank indicates.
A former head teacher and his former colleagues have been ordered to pay back thousands of pounds they unlawfully received from a west London school.
Over 15,000 people joined an All Under One Banner march for Scottish independence in Dundee
The motorway bridge that collapsed on Monday in Genoa, Italy, killing at least 39 people failed because of money.
More than 350 people have died and 1.5 million been forced to move by flooding in the southwest Indian state of Kerala
Israel has ramped up the pressure further on Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip, despite reports of an imminent peace deal
What makes a young person pick up a knife or a gun and attack another?
In 1976 a group of women workers struck for equal pay—and won. The 21-week walkout became the longest successful strike for equal pay in Britain. But many people have never heard of it.
The media is using the Black September group’s hostage-taking of Israeli athletes in 1972 to attack Jeremy Corbyn. Nick Clark looks at the history of massacre, defeat and betrayal in the fight for Palestinian liberation that led to it
An exhibition of photographs about black British life shows the gear change from first arrival to first resistance against racism
The Guardians is an interesting exploration— in the last 20 minutes— of how the First World War changed the role of women in the workplace and the family
Every week politicians find new ways to wage war on migrants. And they are openly using language designed to encourage racism and violence.
The chief inspector of prisons has forced ministers into taking Birmingham jail back under state control.
16 February 1968 and Aretha Franklin was in Detroit as the mayor declared it Aretha Franklin Day, when Martin Luther King stepped up on the stage to present her with a special award from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
Some Trade union leaders have said that Jeremy Corbyn should accept the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of antisemitism with all of its examples (Socialist Worker, 15 August).
Boris Johnson’s attack on the burqa has left some liberals with a problem.
‘Cut from prime ministerial cloth’
Homeless people face being charged up to £1,500 a year by councils to store their possessions.
Greece exited its final bailout agreement on Monday—the mechanism through which the European Union (EU) and the bankers have forced austerity on ordinary Greeks.