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The Labour Party looks almost certain to agree to a definition of antisemitism at a meeting on Tuesday.
Workers were celebrating after their outsourcing to private firms officially ended and they became directly employed by the university.
Anti-fascists outnumbered the English Defence League (EDL) in Worcester for the second time in two months on Saturday
Merseyrail workers were celebrating last week after bosses backed off from a plan to slash their jobs.
Palestinian politicians in the Israeli parliament—Knesset—have spoken out in defence of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and the right to call Israel a racist state.
Birmingham home care workers rounded off their latest week of strikes by securing a promise of total support from Unison union general secretary Dave Prentis.
Health campaigners plan to protest outside the annual general meeting of Barts Health NHS Trust on Wednesday of next week.
Hundreds of supporters of the Palestinians and Jeremy Corbyn protested outside Labour Party headquarters on Tuesday.
Civil service workers in the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) resoundingly rejected a pay proposal tied to cuts to terms and conditions last week.
Workers at East Dunbartonshire council, which borders Glasgow, are preparing a return to the picket lines after negotiations broke down.
Around 40 anti-racists rallied last week against a meeting in Swansea organised by the racist Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) with speakers including Anne Marie Waters.
The Unison union is calling on the Tees, Esk and Wear Valley NHS trust to halt its plans to hand hundreds of NHS staff over to a wholly-owned subsidiary company.
Robinsons (Britvic) strikers in Norwich received a boost last Sunday at the annual Burston School Strike Rally in Norfolk.
Over 80 housing estates across London are up for demolition. They are some of the 118 sites that are undergoing or facing regeneration.
Borough councils in Northamptonshire overwhelmingly voted to effectively dissolve themselves last week.
The Labour Party has adopted a definition of antisemitism that restricts criticism of Israel
Christine Buchholz, MP for left party Die Linke, spoke to Socialist Worker about how to confront the far right
The Syrian regime was gearing up for its final assault on rebels this week—beginning one of its final acts in its long and bloody counter-revolution.
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage faced protests last weekend as he began a week-long tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Theresa May danced on a tightrope over Brexit this summer.
Claims that Corbyn personally is an antisemite have gone hand in hand with attempts to cast anti-Zionism—opposition to Israel’s racist founding ideology—as antisemitic.
Alistair Farrow looks at why car industry fat cats say they might move production abroad after Brexit
A UN panel of experts has released a damning report into the Saudi-led war in Yemen, revealing widespread use of torture. Nick Clark unpacks the evidence
The TUC union federation is celebrating 150 years. Workers have won many gains through their unions—but their leaders have little to be proud of, writes Sadie Robinson
Captivating performances and musical talent in a context of peasants and modernisation makes for interesting viewing
This is the story of struggling artists in New Orleans and their resilience
There is a glaring gap between the scale of the Tory crisis and the level of resistance from unions.
Jeremy Corbyn has spent his political life campaigning against oppression, imperialism and racism. His first act after being elected Labour leader in September 2015 was to join a protest in solidarity with refugees.
There was more evidence last week that the full support Donald Trump’s administration is giving to the occupation and ethnic cleansing of Palestine is unprecedented.
Some 96 cops were punished for sexual harassment in the last three years—but most kept their jobs.