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A key battle in the fight for women’s equality is about to take place in Glasgow. Workers across council services and schools are getting ready for a two-day walkout, reports Sarah Bates
The Tories are trying to deport a man so ill he needs medics on board the deportation flight.
A crucial week for the Brexit process will further expose the deep divisions that lie at the heart of the Tory party
UCU union members were set to meet for a special one-day congress in Manchester on Thursday of this week. The aim is to discuss business that was not heard at the union’s annual congress earlier this year.
The soil in the area up to a mile from Grenfell Tower is toxic. That’s according to the preliminary findings of a report due to be released early next year.
Train guards have announced a new programme of strikes over safety and jobs.
More than 200 outsourced health workers took to the picket lines on Thursday morning
The far right pretends its racism reflects the concerns of ordinary people, but the reality is more complex, argues Nick Clark
For a set of commentators and politicians, Nazi groups such as the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) are the authentic voice of the working class.
Around 2,000 anti-racists joined a march and rally against the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) in central London today.
Benefit sanctions are “life threatening” for some disabled claimants, according to a new study. And the constant threat of sanctions leaves many “living in a state of constant anxiety”.
A walkout by hundreds of outsourced workers in Greater Manchester could help to push back the influence of private companies across the health service, argues Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Fracking has once again started in Britain, another sign of how the government and big business are endangering the environment.
Stand Up To Racism supporters have been organising across Britain to take on racism and the far right.
Workers at Prysmian Cables in Eastleigh, Southampton, were set to strike on Wednesday of this week.
Over 80 artists’ work from the early 20th century are collected here. They were each in relationships with at least one other featured artist.
Dinner ladies at Ladywood School in Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire, are keeping up their indefinite strike against redundancies.
Rotherham abuse survivor Sammy Woodhouse has come under attack from racists and supporters of Tommy Robinson.
But it comes alongside another election breakthrough for the far right, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Trade unionists in Zimbabwe, southern Africa, faced repression last week.
We’ve seen again how hard it has become to manage the Middle East in the interests of Western imperialism. The players this time are the US, Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
The Tories’ rollout of Universal Credit has driven thousands of working class people into hunger, homelessness and debt—and some to death. People living through the war on benefits told Sadie Robinson why it should be scrapped
Brazilian socialist Valerio Arcary spoke to Socialist Worker about the dangerous advance of Jair Bolsonaro
A new six-part series on the BBC looks at the history of manufacturing in Britain. It glosses over the crucial dynamic—class, argues?Blythe Taylor
the Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) international conference this Saturday takes place against the background of the growing threat of the far right.
New revelations this week have underlined the extent of the British state’s spying operation in socialist organisations.
The threat of a large anti-fascist demonstration forced Warwick University to postpone a talk by Islamophobe Anne Marie Waters last Tuesday.
Five of Britain’s wealthiest families control more than a quarter of the country’s fishing quotas.