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The Tories have unveiled a new war on migrants in a desperate bid to save their car-crash government.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn attacked “greed is good” capitalism and promised radical economic change on Wednesday.
A strike on the Piccadilly line saw hundreds of workers shut down a main transport route in London.
A baying crowd of Nazis gathered outside the Old Bailey in central London to greet their fuhrer Tommy Robinson on Thursday.
Preston Crown Court saw dramatic scenes as three anti-fracking activists were given lengthy jail sentences on Wednesday.
Shocking new statistics have revealed the scale of institutional racism within the health service.
Chants of “Tory scum, get out of Brum” rang out in Birmingham on Saturday as around 1,200 people joined a march ahead of the Tory party conference.
A group of anti-deportation activists face lengthy jail terms—including the possibility of life behind bars—as they go on trial on Monday.
The Unison union members in north London are taking the fight for higher pay to outsourcing giant NSL.
Workers at a south London pub are on their second day of a wildcat strike in a battle over zero hours contracts.
Northern rail workers walked out on Saturday of last week in the latest action in their long-running fight for passenger safety.
NEU union members at The Village School in Brent, west London, are continuing their fight to stop the school becoming an academy.
UCU union members plan to protest on Wednesday 17 October during a week of action over further education funding.
Cleaners at two London universities have been brought in house by management.
Stand Up To Racism supporters have been organising across Britain to take on racism and the far right. Here’s Socialist Worker’s round-up
Birmingham home care workers are continuing their nine-month battle to beat off attacks on their jobs and the service
Housing campaigners and residents in London are to protest against plans from mayor Sadiq Khan to deny them a vote on regeneration plans that affect their estates
A key organiser of the independence march in Edinburgh this Saturday has called on the Scottish National Party (SNP) to use its mandate to demand a second independence referendum
The health service could soon be forced to pay £400 million to a multinational
As the far right grows in Britain and across Europe, Scotland needs a stronger anti-racist movement
Thousands of workers in Glasgow council are preparing for strikes over equal pay.
Further Education lecturers in Scotland have voted by 90 percent, on a 60 percent turnout, to reject management’s pay offer in an indicative ballot.
British workers are under more pressure at work than at any time in the past 25 years
Workers at a south London pub have declared victory after ending an indefinite wildcat strike.
A tsunami early warning system that could have saved many lives in Indonesia had not been introduced because of lack of money.
Action in solidarity with victims shows that people want to fight oppression, says Alistair Farrow
Israel killed seven Palestinians—including a 12 year old boy—during protests in Gaza last Friday.
Pret A Manger killed a teenage girl.
A new inquiry is set to look at the decades of secrecy shrouding the use of contaminated blood in Britain. Thousands died as a result of being given blood that experts knew was infected with Hepatitis C. Sadie Robinson spoke to those fighting for justice
Fifty years ago this week an attack on a Derry civil rights march led to one of the biggest revolts against British rule in Northern Ireland. Simon Basketter tells the story
The week after the Derry events Socialist Worker ran a front page story by Eamonn McCann. We reproduce an abridged version below
Black 47 is a familiar tale of righteous violent revenge. But its subject matter sees it stand alone from other classics of the genre
A Tory deal has banned asylum seekers from being housed in the north east of England following far right protests.
People in flood-hit towns and cities in Indonesia have resorted to taking supplies from shops without paying.
The Co-op seems to have joined the race to the bottom on workers’ rights.
‘Wasn’t expecting that reaction but that’s okay’
The Duchess of Cambridge’s mum Carole has been blasted for flogging a Halloween costume of a princess splattered in blood
Outsourcing has been rife at Barnet council in north London. A new report shows how corruption developed in privatised services, reports Sarah Bates