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The Tories are trying to deport two people who witnessed the death of a Jamaican man who had been held at an immigration detention centre.
Tory prime minister Theresa May told MPs to vote against a key part of her own Brexit deal.
Workers at colleges across England struck for the second day on Wednesday in a fight over pay
GMB union members in the Tory-run south London borough began their second 48-hour strike for sick pay on Thursday
Police were more interested in crowd control and searching for alcohol than safety during the Hillsborough football disaster, a court has heard.
There were not enough turnstiles for fans entering the terraces on the day of the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster, a court has heard.
NEU union members at Galliard Primary School in Enfield, north London, were set to start a two-day strike on Wednesday this week.
Strikers in Camden are “fully determined to fight and achieve what we deserve” in their pay battle against outsourcing giant NSL.
UCU Left candidate Jo McNeill’s campaign to become the union’s vice president has got off to a busy start.
Workers at one of Royal Mail’s largest workplaces have agreed to ballot for industrial action if they don’t get a review into management’s “bullying culture”.
Hundreds of outsourced health workers in south west London are demanding that multinational ISS gives them sick pay.
Theresa May faces another tortuous twist over Brexit with headlines about her “triumphs” already turning to dust.
Food workers declared victory last week as bosses backed off from threats about public holiday working.
Many Unison union members are furious that their leadership is refusing to answer questions over victimised health worker Karen Reissmann.
Support is growing for a planned school student walkout to demand action over climate change.
Police officers involved in the detention of Sean Rigg lied about their actions as part of a cover-up after he died in custody, a police misconduct hearing heard on Monday.
College lecturers across Scotland struck on Tuesday, the second day of their action over pay.
An argument over LGBT+ education in Birmingham could pit two oppressed groups against one another.
US president Donald Trump has made another terrifying move that increases the threat of nuclear war. The Tories are helping him.
It is a crucial week for the Yellow Vest protests in France. Big mobilisations on Saturday showed the potential for an even more powerful movement to defeat neoliberal French president Emmanuel Macron.
Western governments are organising to force out Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro. Their manoeuvres show up the sham that is democracy under capitalism.
More than 35,000 striking nurses have picketed hospitals across Ireland, telling the government they can take no more.
Strikes and protests swept France on Tuesday as the Yellow Vest movement and trade unionists came together for the first time in significant numbers.
Israel has begun building a new giant fence around the Gaza Strip to make escape for Palestinians even more difficult.
Tomáš Tengely-Evans unpacks the arguments around the “backstop” agreement and what it means for ordinary people
The 2007-8 financial crash continues to overshadow the world economy. The big economic news last week was the decision of the US central bank, the Federal Reserve Board (Fed), not to increase interest rates.
Labour failed to stop the Tories’ racist Immigration Bill last week. Nick Clark argues it’s more than a fear of losing votes that leads the party towards supporting immigration controls
How the Pink Tide ebbed and what can be done to stop the reactionaries
A new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert museum in London unintentionally exposes the obscenity behind the high fashion industry
Daria Martin brings to life the story of her grandmother, Susi Stiassni who fled the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia
There’s a paralysis and sense of unreality in British politics
It is with profound sadness that we face the death of socialist and comedian Jeremy Hardy. Jeremy was a wonderful friend, an ally to anyone suffering injustice and a comrade to anyone fighting it.
Close friends, comrades and family came together recently for a memorial to the life of Frank Stone who died just before Christmas
There’s a growing movement to demand political leaders take serious action on climate change.
PANIC. The queen and other senior royals will be evacuated from London in the event of riots under secret plans being drawn up by Whitehall.