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Theresa May survived the first blasts of the Brexit crisis storm. But she still seems headed for disaster.
Anti-racists are taking on far right ideologue Steve Bannon’s attempts to whip up racism in Britain.
The Tory cabinet accepted Theresa May’s draft Brexit deal—after a five-hour meeting on Wednesday.
This should be the moment for Labour and the trade unions to call for protests everywhere demanding May out, Tories out and a general election now
The Tory Brexit deal seeks to protect business and attack migrants.
"What I saw is a lot of misery. A lot of people feel the system is failing them. They feel the system is there just to punish them,” said the UN's Philip Alston
Thousands of people marched on Saturday. Trade unionists, Labour Party members, Brazilians, Muslims, councillors, socialists, Palestine campaigners and others all joined the march.
It showed the sort of fighting unity we need against the lies and the division peddled by the racists and the far right.
Thousands of climate change activists blocked five central London bridges for hours on Saturday, leading to arrests and causing chaos for the cops.
Pictures of the 17 November demonstration by Guy Smallman
Rows over a new Brexit bill have intensified divisions among the Tories and the bosses. None of them want a way forward that will benefit working class people
The Labour Party is struggling to unite around a single line from which to attack the Tories
Lord Lester, a former Liberal Democrat peer, has avoided immediate suspension from parliament over allegations of sexual harassment.
The Grenfell Tower Inquiry heard shocking revelations last week during evidence from Robert Black, chief executive of the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (TMO).
Workers at Street Crane in Chapel en le Frith, Derbyshire, struck on Monday and Tuesday.
Dinner ladies and teaching assistants at Ladywood Primary school in Grimethorpe returned to the picket line last Wednesday after negotiations broke down.
The NEU union withdrew planned strikes at The John Roan school in Greenwich, south east London, after the Labour-run council threatened legal action against the union.
A college principal resigned last week following an overwhelming vote of no confidence in him by workers.
Postal workers at a Royal Mail delivery office in Hamilton, near Glasgow, staged a four-day unofficial strike over bosses’ bullying and harassment.
Northern and South Western rail workers keep up the fight for safety on the tracks
Hundreds of construction workers at Ferrybridge power station in West Yorkshire have struck over safety.
Supporters of Paul Jonson—a Dudley council worker reportedly suspended from work after calling Israel racist—have launched a statement in his defence.
Unison union members are getting behind the campaign to defend leading health worker Karen Reissmann.
Nazi Tommy Robinson has called on his supporters to take to the streets on Sunday 9 December in London.
Homecare workers at Birmingham City Council are set for a five-day strike. More solidarity from other workers can help them to win, says Sarah Bates
A misconduct hearing for three police officers involved in events leading to the death of Kingsley Burrell in 2011 began on Monday.
But the ‘Yellow Vests’ movement pulls in different directions, argues Charlie Kimber
Israel’s prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu could be forced into an early election as demands for a new war on Palestinians grow louder
Technology firms in the US are assisting Donald Trump’s racist assault on migrants
A carbon free economy will mean a fundamental reorganisation of society
Brexit has become, as numerous commentators have pointed out, a historic crisis of the British state
How should a Corbyn government deal with enemies that have deep roots in the establishment, asks Nick Clark
A story based around a writing group in a small French town reflects on a radical history of struggle and the threat of racism, says Sadie Robinson
Is Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte—“The Punisher”—part of the global rise of the racist right? Or is his rule a distinct, grotesque weirdness all of its own?
In the wake of the Windrush scandal the Home Office continue to threaten Commonwealth citizens with deportation.
‘Where are we? To be quite honest...I haven’t got the foggiest idea’
When the plot hits your eye like a big pizza pie you’re a Tory
After decades of campaigning a new inquest into the killings has begun. Simon Basketter says British attempts to crush Catholic resistance in Northern Ireland lay behind the massacre