Dated: 27 Nov 2018
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Anti-racists are mobilising against a planned march called by Nazi Tommy Robinson on Sunday 9 December
Workers at three London colleges have won above-inflation pay rises following strikes. And the deal will see the lowest-paid staff benefit the most.
Up to 500 teachers, school workers, parents, councillors, children and others marched against education cuts.
Hillary Clinton has blamed migrants travelling to Europe for the rise of the “populist right” internationally
Nazi Tommy Robinson has been appointed as a “special adviser” to the leader of the racist Ukip party
Hundreds of workers at Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant on Merseyside walked out unofficially on Friday after they were told of plans to axe 241 jobs
Workers at Cammell Laird shipyard in Birkenhead launched a ten-week programme of rolling strikes on Monday
Strikes could be start of further action
This is a heartwarming documentary about warehouse worker Steve.
Activists were set to take part in a day of action against Universal Credit this Saturday
Delivery firm DPD has used legal threats to push the GMB union away from a strike
Students at universities across Britain were set to launch a day of action for Palestine
Housing activists protested outside NatWest branches in seven cities last Saturday in response to the bank targeting housing benefit claimants.
Dinner Ladies and teaching assistants at Ladywood Primary School in Grimethorpe, Barnsley, remain determined to stand up to their head teacher.
The “Britain is broken” campaign, an initiative of the People’s Assembly, was set to launch on Wednesday this week.
Crown Post Office workers were to begin balloting for strikes on Christmas Eve from Friday of this week.
Interim results of a ballot among left wing PCS union activists to choose their candidate for assistant general secretary (AGS) were revealed on Sunday.
Teachers at The John Roan school in Greenwich, south east London, held a silent picket outside the school on Thursday of last week.
The Reinstate Karen Reissmann campaign is set to hold its official launch meeting in Manchester this Saturday.
GMB union members and officials held Black Friday protests at five Amazon warehouses last week against the stress and pressure at the company’s warehouses
The family of Sheku Bayoh led a 2,000-strong St Andrew’s Day march against racism in Glasgow
Care workers in Birmingham are keeping up their fight against brutal council cuts.
Workers have declared victory at Street Crane after strikes won them a 3 percent pay rise without strings.
Workers at Prysmian Cables in Eastleigh, Hampshire, have voted by 85 percent to accept a new two-year pay deal.
Theresa May and big business are desperately trying to whip MPs into backing the Tory Brexit deal.
Two West Midlands Police officers have been charged with misconduct in public office.
Some 85,000 children in Yemen under the age of five have are thought to have died of hunger or disease in the last three years
Thousands of French “Yellow Vests” protesters were met by police assaults, riot cop attacks and tear gas in Paris
The protesters are focusing a feeling of utter disillusion with the present set-up
Workers across the private sector in Greece were set to strike on Wednesday
Some 650,000 public sector workers struck in Tunisia as part of their campaign for higher wages
Nick Clark says a series of recent offers made by politicians to businesses show up who really holds power in society
The recent see-sawing of the oil price has a lot more to do with politics—particularly geopolitical competition among states—than economics
Leading Leave and Remain supporters have found an issue that unites them—drawing up new ways to control immigration.
A renewed wave of rebellion is taking place worldwide to take on the threat of catastrophic climate change
A profound sense of injustice and chaos grips visitors to a new exhibition about identity at Manchester’s Castlefield Gallery, writes?Molly Docherty
Despite massacres, disease, impending famine and tens of thousands of deaths, the US “can’t support” even a limited ceasefire in the war on Yemen
Thousands of elderly and vulnerable adults face an uncertain Christmas as their care provider rushes to sell off its council contracts.
The Oxford Union, a posh private debating club for Oxford University students, invited far right guru Steve Bannon to speak a fortnight ago.
Matthew Hedges said in the UAE last week he was a spy, and this week said he wasn’t.
Migrants from Central America fleeing poverty face racist abuse, border controls, and armed troops