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Delegates at the Labour conference were set to vote on a motion that edges the party closer to supporting a second Brexit referendum on Tuesday.
Hundreds of people came together in Cricklewood, north west London, on Wednesday night after an attack on worshippers
The chaos of rail privatisation has been laid bare
A storm of anger has forced Kensington and Chelsea council to back down from their latest attack on people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire
Huge crowds turned out in Liverpool on Saturday evening to welcome Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to the city.
Debates at The World Transformed event around the Labour Party conference posed important questions, but the answers weren't always convincing
A solidarity meeting said anti-Zionism is not antisemitism, but elsewhere MPs lined up to attack Jeremy Corbyn and call for expulsions of more Labour members.
An inquiry into the infected blood scandal began on Monday. Thousands of people were infected with HIV and Hepatitis C after being given contaminated blood during the late 1970s and 1980s. More than 2,800 have died.
A debate over party rules at Labour’s annual conference on Sunday saw ordinary party members hammer MPs—and clash with trade union leaders.
Labour Party members debated the rise of racism and fascism—and what sort of movement can challenge it—at a Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) meeting on Monday.
Supporters of Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) have been organising against racism and the threat of the far right across Britain.
Anti-racists were set to protest at the retrial of Nazi figurehead Tommy Robinson in London on Thursday this week.
The annual Ukip conference in Birmingham saw an organisation of bitter, paranoid ultra-conservatives trying to revive their fortunes by moving yet further to the right.
A Tory-commissioned report into immigration is a huge threat to European Union (EU) migrants.
‘My strategy is to litter my career with so many decoy mistakes, nobody knows which one to attack’
Birmingham care workers kicked off their latest five-day strike ths week by lobbying the Labour Party conference.
Health workers across Kent began a five-day strike against a dangerous new form of privatisation on Monday.
Around 1,000 people protested at the Faslane nuclear base in Scotland last weekend against Trident missiles. Campaigners demanded, “Nae Nukes Anywhere”
Disability campaigners are angry at Labour’s failure to pledge to scrap the hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit.
Everyone was anxious about something or other at the Labour right’s conference rally in Liverpool on Monday night.
UCU union members in 110 Universities and 147 colleges are being balloted over pay in England and Wales. The ballot was launched three weeks ago and closes on 19 October.
Delegates to Labour Party conference sent a resounding message of solidarity to Palestinians on Tuesday.
The deaths of 224 people in east Africa were caused by unscrupulous ferry operators and extreme poverty, argues Charlie Kimber
The battle against the far right continued last weekend as
The Daily Express newspaper declared it was Theresa May’s “finest hour” as she defended her Chequers deal on Brexit last weekend.
Hassan Mahamdallie looks at what was behind the anger at Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses, and how a new form of racism flourished in its wake
This was the last interview Salman Rushdie gave before he went into hiding. We re-publish it as an important document from the time
Was a rightward shift was inevitable for the generation that rose up against the Vietnam War?
Gender roles and how they shape society are explored in an innovative new play set in the world of William Shakespeare’s plays, says Pat Clinton
It’s two weeks before the end of the Second World War and the German army is disintegrating.
Burning Tower makes a case for investment in social housing.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has enraged the Tories and the right wing press by announcing plans to nationalise the water industry, rail and other utilities.
Labour’s deputy leader Tom Watson tried to belittle claims that the spooks were out to undermine Jeremy Corbyn as a “bit John le Carre”.
It is with deep sadness that we have to inform comrades of the death of Norah Rushton.
Socialist Worker Student Societies (SWSS) were at freshers fairs at the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University last week.
It would have at least woken up those who were nodding off at the back. But Jeremy Wright, the culture secretary, has axed plans to give his speech to the Tory conference as a hologram.