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Sea routes are becoming deadlier, but the Tories are refusing to offer refuge, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Excessive workloads and bullying in “toxic” workplaces are part of the problem.
Women will receive thousands of pounds less a year in retirement – on top of facing a longer wait before they can claim their state pension.
Workers at Google staged walkouts across the world from 11.10am on Thursday in protest at how the firm handles allegations of sexual misconduct.
Workers at Bradford university are on strike to defend jobs and conditions. The Unison union members, representing cleaners, cooks, gardeners, technicians, security guards and admin staff, began a three-day strike on Wednesday.
A leading health worker in Unison has been suspended from holding office in the union, according to leaked internal emails.
John McDonnell, Labour’s shadow chancellor, made an appeal to banking fat cats this week.
Hundreds of protesters drove a far right group out of Liverpool on Saturday.
London boroughs are sending people to live on industrial estates in Harlow, Essex.
A damning report slammed the government’s brutal benefit sanctions regime. It said the human cost of sanctions, where benefits are withheld, is “simply too high” and “pointlessly cruel”.
Solidarity is growing for a nurse and leading union activist who has been suspended from holding office in the Unison union.
Tube workers are fighting to maintain safety on the London Underground.
Workers at Bradford university are striking to defend jobs and conditions
There was much discussion about the case for Scottish independence and how this had to be linked to a wider programme of class battles at Marxism in Scotland
Around 100 people marched in London to say “Save Our Libraries”
Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) supporters are organising across Britain against racism and the far right.
The pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign scored a victory after Leeds university divested from firms linked to Israeli violence.
Care workers are unleashing a huge wave of strikes at Birmingham City Council after a successful five-day strike from last Friday.
Low-paid care workers in Bath and North East Somerset are preparing to strike to head off attempts to slash their pay.
Brazilian socialist Sandra Silva spoke to Socialist Worker about how people are resisting in the wake of Bolsonaro’s win
Racist US president Donald Trump has sent soldiers to the country’s southern border—threatening that they’ll shoot migrants from countries such as Honduras and El Salvador.
Prince Charles visited Nigeria in West Africa this week in the aftermath of a horrendous state massacre.
A definite shift has taken place in the Palestine solidarity movement. Not so long ago people who call for a one state solution in Palestine were a clear minority.
Far right Jair Bolsonaro is a threat to workers and the oppressed. But the potential power of those who oppose him means it’s possible to stop his project, argues Alistair Farrow
A revolution in Germany that erupted 100 years ago this month rocked Europe’s rulers and put a socialist world on the agenda. Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at how the revolt showed the power of workers to liberate themselves—and to end bloody war.
Steve McQueen’s new film couldn’t be more different to his past work. It’s strength is in nuanced, powerful points about US society, says?Julia Ryder
As a cult subgenre, Nazi zombie films have their own conventions and cliches to follow. Producer JJ Abram’s Overlord works because it does them so well.
Plays about the plight of the Labour Party must be in vogue.
This week marks 100 years since the end of the First World War. The bloody conflict caused appalling suffering and loss of life.
Every politician and pundit was publicly sickened by the disgusting video of people burning an effigy of Grenfell Tower on bonfire night.
I think this race stuff has allowed the police to shift focus away from how much they clearly don’t care about people from poorer or difficult backgrounds (Claims about ‘Asian sex gangs’ don’t stack up, 31 October).
Nearly two thirds of top firms fail to pay the “real living wage” while their bosses earn millions a year.
A mass strike at Glasgow City Council last month exposed how women workers are still fighting for equality. Sarah Bates looks at how councils have got away with this for so long