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MPs and union leaders support 17 November national demonstration and 20 October conference
Socialist Worker can reveal what happened in the Labour Party National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting this week which saw a retreat over Palestinian rights.
Firefighters were not responsible for people dying in the Grenfell Tower fire, despite the propaganda campaign being mounted against them.
The viciously racist Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) has called a mobilisation in London on 13 October.
TUC union federation general secretary Frances O’Grady joined growing calls led by the right and big business for a “People’s Vote” on a Brexit deal on Sunday.
Anton Chekov made his name casting a critical eye on the Russian middle class in the twilight years of Tsarist rule.
Workers at Kensington and Chelsea council celebrated winning their demand of the London Living Wage of £10.20 an hour last week.
Equal pay campaigners in Glasgow are getting ready to deliver a huge mandate for action when their strike ballot closes in the next week.
Bus workers in Nottingham and Derbyshire struck on Monday of this week against a below-inflation 2.5 percent “poverty pay” offer.
Home care workers in Birmingham are determined to win their battle to defend services, as their dispute should become a focus for the trade union movement.
Traffic wardens in Camden, central London are “very, very ready” to begin a five-day strike to fight for decent pay, on Monday.
Money-grabbing landlords, a lack of social housing and sky-high rents are fuelling a private rental sector that means many suffer in insecure, unsafe homes.
The Labour Party’s new definition of antisemitism has already had a chilling effect on pro-Palestinian campaigners’ willingness to criticise Israel
TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady fought to shift the union federation this week behind growing calls led by the right and big business for a “People’s Vote” on Brexit.
A cop who tasered a race relations officer in the face has been cleared of misconduct.
TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady challenged Theresa May to call a general election after accusing the Tories of “bankrupting” public services and doing “absolutely nothing” to help workers
NEU union members in London planned a pay rally
Racists celebrated in Sweden after elections saw a vicious anti-immigrant party make a breakthrough with a record number of votes
The only force stopping Donald Trump pressing the nuclear button is the benign figures at the heart of the US state. That’s according to them, anyway.
Protests erupted in Iraqi city Basra last week. People stormed and burned government offices in anger at toxic water supplies, power cuts and corruption.
Sharing a religion or ethnicity doesn’t mean everyone has the same interests, argues Sadie Robinson
Something remarkable is happening in the Labour Party. The right is trying to seize the mantle of anti-racism.
When US banking giant Lehman Brothers collapsed a decade ago, it marked the beginning of a gigantic crash that bosses still want us to pay for today.
The Oslo Accords signed 25 years ago helped Israel tighten its grip on Palestine. They enshrined the two-state solution that has been since exposed as a sham, writes Nick Clark
Powerful pieces are on display at British Museum’s latest big show but its eclecticism means their context is lacking, argues Hassan Mahamdallie
The Northern Carnival against the Nazis—a rally and concert held on 15 July 1978 in Moss Side, Manchester—was a defining moment in establishing anti-racism in the city and beyond.
When the Syrian regime begins its latest bloody assault on its own people, politicians in Europe will be ready to feign sorrow for the victims.
Women in Britain die earlier than women living in most other European countries, according to Public Health England (PHE).
A report on economic justice from the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) calls for reforms to the UK economy
‘It is absolutely ridiculous to suggest that this has anything to do with the current administration’
Dominica is good, Portugal is better, but Malta is best.
A new report has uncovered how council bosses are investing workers’ money into dirty drilling. Sarah Bates looks at who’s funding the fossil fuel giants