Shorts reports from the week including industrial action, refugee solidarity, opposing Ukip and resisting council cuts
Strikes at a primary school in Ealing, west London, have scored a significant victory in a battle against academies.
Striking east London health workers have spoken about the big support they’ve received in their fight against low pay.
Survivors and local residents gathered to remember the dead and demand justice last night, Wednesday.
Striking cabin crew took their fight against poverty pay to parliament today, Wednesday.
A senior Met police officer has said the starting point of the criminal investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire would be that “around 80” deaths resulted from manslaughter.
At least three mosques in London received death threats last week.
Striking cabin crew were set to descend on parliament on Wednesday as part of their ongoing fight against poverty pay at British Airways (BA).
Workers in Children’s Services social work teams at Kirklees council, west Yorkshire, struck for two days last week. They have multiple grievances with the Labour-run authority.
Demonstrations in solidarity with the mass movement for social justice in the Rif region of Morocco are continuing despite heavy repression.
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Benefits campaigners and trade unionists are demanding action to stop the closure of nearly one in ten jobcentres.
Parents, school workers, children and others will gather in central London this Sunday for a carnival against the cuts.
Labour MPs have launched a fresh attack on members of their own party.
Palestinian Authority (PA) president Mahmoud Abbas met with Egyptian dictator Abdel Fattah el-Sisi last Sunday.
Anger at the public sector pay cap has opened up rifts at the top of the Tory party.
Teaching assistants (TAs) have rejected the latest offer from Labour-run Durham County Council.
The father of a man who died after being stopped by police in east London has spoken to Socialist Worker about the battle for justice.
Support is growing for east London hospital workers taking on multinational outsourcing giant Serco as they launched a week-long walkout today, Tuesday.
Around 2,500 people took part in Marxism Festival 2017 in central London from Thursday to Sunday last week.