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Reports round-up: Pro-choice activists set to take on anti-abortionists


Plus, Kingsmill strike, Pentonville Five celebration and boiler maintenance workers

Civil service walkouts can put the brakes on new test


And some 3,000 civil service workers joined the PCS union during its recent ballot over ending the one percent pay cap.

Stop the Football Lads Alliance in Scotland


Anti-racists in Scotland will take to the streets of Edinburgh at the same time as the Football Lads Alliance (FLA) marches in Glasgow on 25 November.

Strikes rock bus and train services


Workers at two bus companies in the North West of England struck on Monday, following a coordinated bus and train strike on Wednesday of last week

More ministers are under pressure after two resign in just eight days


After the departures of Priti Patel and Michael Fallon, Damian Green and Boris Johnson are in the spotlight

London bus workers are being driven around the bend


Bus drivers in London are being encouraged to work in unsafe conditions and are putting passengers at risk, says the Unite union.

Lecturers to ballot over pensions


 

Judge rejects Uber appeal against employment rights


Uber taxi drivers celebrated the latest legal ruling against the firm last week.

Royal Mail workers could stage national walkout if talks over pension attack fail


Talks between Royal Mail bosses and CWU union leaders were set to continue this week in a major dispute that looks likely to lead to a national strike.

School strikers at Charlton Park Academy are sick of penny-pinching bosses


 GMB and NEU union members struck at Charlton Park Academy in Greenwich, south east London, last Tuesday and Thursday, to defend their sick pay.

Calls to take back Yorkshire schools


There are growing demands for schools abandoned by a multi?academy trust in Yorkshire to be taken back under local authority control.

Cuts and privatisation are to blame for NHS winter crisis


Theresa May lashed out at NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens last week in a desperate attempt to deflect blame from Tory health secretary Jeremy Hunt.

More people died in Grenfell Tower fire than the Tories will admit


New figures suggest that some 99 people died in the Grenfell Tower fire—and Kensington and Chelsea council is still dragging its feet on rehousing survivors, says Alistair Farrow

May hangs by a thread as Tory Brexit fallout gets nasty


Theresa May was losing her grip over her own party as MPs prepared to debate the European Union (EU) Withdrawal Bill on Tuesday.

A shift to the left for Labour in Scotland?


The new leader of the Scottish Labour Party is set to be named on Saturday—with left-backed candidate Richard Leonard hoping to win the election.

Protesters keep up the resistance to fracking at Preston New Road


Up to 200 trade unionists and environmental campaigners joined an anti-fracking solidarity rally and march at the Preston New Road fracking site near Blackpool, Lancashire, on Saturday.

Fall of Priti Patel brings vile Tory government one step closer to the brink


Two cabinet ministers have now resigned from their posts in the space of a week. Disgracefully both remain as MPs. The government is in an even deeper crisis.

The scandal of Israel’s occupation of the Golan Heights is bigger than Priti Patel


Priti Patel, the Tory international development minister, is expected to be sacked over secret deals to fund Israel’s army in the occupied Golan Heights.

Bus and rail strikes hit back at bosses


Workers on six rail networks and a major bus company created widespread disruption with a coordinated strike today, Wednesday.

‘No Trump, No war’ protests greet US president in South Korea


Donald Trump had to slink away from protesters who are building an anti-war movement

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