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If you are angry, worried and outraged by the rise of racism and fascism, it’s time for action.
Theresa May was forced to schedule an emergency cabinet meeting last Friday amid deepening Tory splits over Brexit.
Nazi Tommy Robinson’s retrial has been moved back to Thursday 27 September.
Almost a decade of austerity has left millions of children at risk of hunger, says Sarah Bates
Three top privatisation bosses ripped off millions of pounds of money in scams involving the London Fire Brigade (LFB), a report has revealed.
The arrest of a singer who became an MP in Uganda, east Africa, has seen riots and mass protests.
Unite union members at three TGI Fridays restaurants struck for three days
Unison union members who work for Glasgow City Council (GCC) and its outsourced companies have started balloting for strikes
The UCU union was to begin balloting its members in higher education this Thursday over a pay offe
GMB union members at Robinsons (Britvic) in Norwich struck on Friday of last week and Tuesday this week
Workers on Northern Rail struck as part of the long-running battle to keep guards on trains
The Tories’ Civil Liability Bill will be a blow to workers’ access to compensation if it passes into law
Nazis went on the rampage in Chemnitz, Germany, over the bank holiday weekend.
The long-running battle to save a vital social care service in Birmingham from privatisation and collapse is at a critical moment.
Anti-racists in Edinburgh are set to hold a vigil after a petrol bomb attack on a Sikh gurdwara on Tuesday night.
Resigning the Labour Party whip yesterday, MP Frank Field said, “We must be seen when we go into the next election that we’re not racist.”
Hundreds of supporters of the Palestinians and Jeremy Corbyn met in central London on Tuesday night to defend the right to criticise Israel.
Around 100 attended the 'We will not be silenced' solidarity rally in Oxford on Saturday. The event was called after two thugs tried to shut down a Socialist Worker stall campaigning against Boris Johnson’s racist attack on Muslim women.
Labour shadow ministers Diane Abbott and John McDonnell have backed a call for a national demonstration against fascism and racism in London on 17 November.
The racist Italian government has been grandstanding with the lives of migrants.
The US has cut more than £150 million in aid to Palestinians to pressure the Palestinian government to give up more rights.
A wave of action in prisons and detention centres is hitting back at dire conditions, says Alistair Farrow
At least 100 refugees stormed a border fence in Morocco on Wednesday. It is the latest successful attempt by refugees to force their way into the Spanish-controlled territory of Ceuta in North Africa.
Donald Trump surrounded himself with crooks and thieves during his 2016 presidential election campaign. Two court cases taking place in the US prove it. They give glimpses into the rottenness of the world Trump inhabits and his presidency.
The Tories are tearing themselves apart in the face of a looming wipeout at the next general election. But they are likely to move even further right.
Sarah Bates argues that Tory boasting about reducing the deficit does not tell the real human cost behind austerity
Several thousand Nazis went on the rampage against migrants and left wingers in Chemnitz, eastern Germany, on the August bank holiday weekend. Gabi Engelhardt from Aufstehen Gegen Rassismus (Stand Against Racism) Chemnitz spoke to the Marx21 socialist magazine about what’s fuelled the far right—and how to push it back
Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party are under pressure over how the party defines antisemitism. The right wants Labour to agree that it’s antisemitic to say “the existence of a state of Israel is a racist endeavour”.
The right in Britain and internationally have held up the economic and social crisis in Venezuela as evidence that any kind of economic alternative to capitalism is impossible.
There are some problems with Spike Lee’s new film, not least how it portrays the cops, but it redeems itself with its key message, says Antony Hamilton
If someone forced you at gun point to describe Idles’ latest album in two words, you could do a lot worse than “angry” and “loud”.
Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of antisemitism for saying a group of Zionists—people who support Israel’s founding ideology—didn’t understand “English irony”.
A class fighter and a committed revolutionary, Kevin will be missed by all who knew him
It appears that Jamie Oliver has stirred up controversy over his jerk rice recipe. Good on him.
BrightHouse, a rent-to-buy loan shark shop, is selling second hand household goods returned by customers—and charging up to 99.9 percent interest.
After inspectors found that inmates were living in appalling conditions in a privately?run prison, Tomáš Tengely-Evans investigates those responsible