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The Universal Credit benefits regime has to be scrapped
Theresa May has declared an end to austerity, much of the mainstream press told us on Wednesday. But her speech to the Tory party conference in Birmingham did no such thing.
Restaurant and pub workers struck against on poverty pay on Thursday.
The real scandal is not poor people 'looting'. It’s that they have been left abandoned for days as supplies of food, water and medicines run out.
Hundreds of tonnes of body parts and surgical waste have been stockpiled by a major outsourcer.
Millions of families are set to lose £200 a month under the next phase of the Universal Credit (UC) benefit system.
Councils that refuse to house some asylum seekers are whipping up division, writes?Nick Clark
It was the largest ever march about the issue and shattered the myth that support for independence is ebbing away.
Shocking new research has revealed the scale of the crisis facing mental health services.
The children of refugees and migrants are going hungry because of the Tories’ racist immigration policies.
Outsourced health workers in Bolton were set to begin a 48-hour walkout for higher pay on Thursday.
Cable workers lay claim to a rise more than 2 percent
Birmingham home care workers are preparing to unleash another programme of strikes in their long-running battle against redundancies, cuts and privatisation.
Traffic wardens at Camden council in north London finished a solid five-day strike for higher pay on Friday of last week.
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
A new report warns against further global temperature rises. Implementing it will mean challenging the logic of capitalism, argues Sarah Bates
Hundreds of anti-fracking campaigners marched on a prison in Preston, Lancashire, last Saturday to demand the release of three activists.
Anti-racists plan to protest against the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) in London this Saturday.
Theresa May announced last week that she was removing the Housing Revenue Account (HRA) borrowing cap for local authorities.
Royal Mail postal workers lost out on hundreds of pounds due to privatisation last week—and now top bosses want to give them another kicking.
Cops in London used force over 40,000 times in the first five months of the 2018/2019 financial year.
The US Senate cleared the way for confirming Donald Trump ally Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court judge on Friday.
The right are on the rise in Brazil.
Workers and students in France struck and protested on Tuesday in a renewal of the battle against President Emmanuel Macron.
There are more battles to come after a vile sexist was appointed to the US Supreme Court
The Irish government faces a mass movement over a housing crisis
The left should give no ground to argument that Asian men are more likely to be child abusers, argues Sadie Robinson
While Brexit obsesses politicians and commentators, the super-rich apparently are more worried about Jeremy Corbyn.
McDonald’s, Wetherspoon and TGI Fridays strikers on their fight and how they organised
Tories and others claim that they can undermine the far right by being more racist. But as Tomáš Tengely-Evans explains, conceding to the fascists’ ideas just boosts them
The new biopic of Neil Armstrong is about much more than a tense marriage and celestial exploration
Red Ladder Theatre Company, with the support of Leeds Playhouse, are putting on a new production of Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children
If the disaster that climate scientists warned of this week is to be avoided, there needs to be radical action.
Tory health secretary Matt Hancock offered warm words in the run-up to World Mental Health Day on Wednesday.
Does it matter what Black History Month is called?
Theresa May courts Observer newspaper readers
MI5’s agents and informants have been secretly and officially authorised to carry out crimes without scrutiny