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Sunderland in the north east of England saw violent scenes last Saturday
The Trades Union Congress has unanimously passed a motion backing an anti-racist and anti-fascist demonstration in November.
Health campaigners are celebrating after east London’s biggest trust hospitals trust partially backed down over checking patients’ immigration status
Over 100 striking home care workers and supporters rallied in Birmingham’s city centre on Saturday—their 21st day of industrial action
Over 250 people gathered in a peaceful protest to oppose the Democratic Football Lads Alliance march in Sunderland
Health workers are stepping up the fight against a dangerous new form of privatisation that threatens the NHS
Supporters of Israel hardened up their attacks on backers of Jeremy Corbyn ahead of the Labour Party conference this week.
A new report has totally vindicated university workers’ decision to strike over pensions earlier this year
The Unite union has agreed a deal that would see workers carry on working if anyone is killed during construction of the Hinkley Point nuclear power plant
Over 70 people came to a pay rally for NEU union members in London on Thursday of last week.
Tensions between the US and China threatens workers—and exposes Donald Trump’s weakness, says Charlie Kimber
The Nazi’s return to court next week could be a boost for the far right
The police plan more stop and search with backing from the Tories.
Kirklees bin workers, members of the Unison union, have voted to start an indefinite strike
A Tory government-commissioned report has called for migrants to lose some of their rights after Britain leaves the European Union
Low-paid women workers in Glasgow have dealt a blow to their bosses by delivering an overwhelming vote for strikes
Anti-racists from Austria and Germany joined forces at the border town of Passau
Construction workers’ action is against firms with close links to the government
The British-backed Egyptian regime of dictator Mohammed Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has sentenced 75 survivors of its most horrific massacre to death
Families of Roma people briefly reoccupied a camp called River Village on the outskirts of Rome
Israeli soldiers shot and killed a 12 year old Palestinian boy in the Gaza Strip last week. It marked a low point of days of violent Israeli repression across all of Palestine.
If the ambitions of the trade union movement are going to be realised then we need to go beyond sectional battles
Bosses won’t let us benefit from advances in technology unless we fight them, argues Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Cleaners across London have got bosses running scared.
Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, it’s a matter of controversy whether the global economic crisis it helped to precipitate is over.
Some trade unionists want to talk to racist street movements. But victory against the far right doesn’t lie in compromise with its Islamophobia
There is growing momentum behind calls for a ‘People’s Vote’ over Brexit. Support ranges from big business and right wing liberals to left wingers and union leaders. Sadie Robinson and Sarah Bates look at the campaign’s aim and how socialists should respond
Architect Renzo Piano has made a successful career out of designing buildings that ordinary people are largely excluded from using
Director Agnes Varda and photographer JR travel around France and put up huge photographs of the people they meet
Director Frank Berry challenges the concept of prison reform in his new drama Michael Inside
Despite the racist onslaught from the politicians and the press, a majority of people think immigration has had an overall positive impact on Britain
One thousand Jaguar car workers in the West Midlands are to be put on a three-day week
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) this year passed a number of policies that, if implemented, would make a real difference to working people’s lives.
More than one in ten people in Britain live in “persistent poverty”.
This year’s Labour Party conference could mark the moment that trade union leaders reveal themselves as Jeremy Corbyn’s most unreliable allies.