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Hundreds gather in solidarity with the Windrush Generation

Solidarity with Windrush Generation, Brixton, London 200418  Around 800 people joined an angry rally in Windrush Square in Brixton, south London,  on Friday night. 

Police officers cleared of misconduct over Adrian McDonald's death in custody

Police officers cleared of misconduct over Adrian McDonalds death in custody Two cops who previously had misconduct rulings against them in relation to the death of Adrian McDonald have had appeals against the ruling upheld.

Windrush scandal flows from Tory racism, not just incompetence

May Cameron and immigration officers 2014 Theresa May's policy of a 'hostile environment' for migrants was part of a systematic racist drive.

Organise against the FLA and DFLA protests to push back the racists

FLA, Football Lads Alliance, march, demonstration, London, protest, anti-racism The Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) is trying to whip up racism against Muslims in Rochdale. 

School strikes are part of a big fight over the future of education

School strikes are part of a big fight over the future of education Workers at Connaught School for Girls in Waltham Forest ended a three-day strike on Thursday in a battle over pay. NEU union members are demanding the higher inner London pay rate at the outer London school.

A Far Cry from a hard attack on Trump’s racist rule

A Far Cry from a hard attack on Trump’s racist rule The fifth instalment in the Far Cry series was initially billed as taking on Trump and the far right.

Reports round-up: Anger grows over pay and cuts in Scotland


Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon was under pressure to stump up more money for public sector workers as she addressed the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) on Monday.

The modernist shock of the new US skyline is still cool


An exhibtion of the modernist visual art of the early 20th century shows how artists saw the contradictions of US capitalism, writes Kate Douglas

Mobilise against the racist far right in Manchester and London


Fascists and racists are planning to march in London and Manchester next month as they attempt to regroup the forces of the far right in Britain.

Reports round-up: Pay walkout hits Waltham Forest school


Plus: Pay walkout hits Waltham Forest school, Orion workers celebrate as they win all demands and Barnsley strikes against academy bosses

Syria strike shows the callousness of our rulers


Missiles were launched against Syria as all the imperial powers jockey for their position in the carve up

Anger that gripped universities is still there after UCU union vote on pensions deal


The fight is still on to beat bosses’ plans to gut workers’ pension schemes, says?Sadie Robinson

Keep up the fight to reject the NHS pay deal


Delegates at the Unison union health conference in Brighton this week voted by two to one for the leadership’s motion to recommend the government’s pay offer.

Haringey Labour manifesto leaves the door open to future housing fights


The Labour Party in Haringey, north London, has promised it “will bring residents with us” in any future redevelopment projects

New Tory act won’t curb rise in homelessness or deaths


The number of recorded deaths of homeless people has doubled in the past five years.

Leaked report shows how council ‘savings’ led to Grenfell Tower fire disaster


A shocking report into the immediate causes of the Grenfell Tower fire was leaked on Monday.

Strikers on the front foot in anti-academies battle in east London


There was an exuberant mood on the picket line at Avenue primary school in Newham on Tuesday.

Big protests oppose airstrikes in Syria


Hundreds of people protested outside parliament and across Britain this evening after Theresa May attempted to justify bombing Syria.

Privatisers hand shareholders millions, but ex-Carillion workers’ jobs are on the brink


Companies handed public services by successive governments have given increasing amounts of cash to shareholders, a new survey shows.

Grenfell protesters prepare to take message to parliament


Over 1,000 joined the Silent Walk ten months after the fire. And the next one will coincide with a House of Commons debate

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