Companies handed public services by successive governments have given increasing amounts of cash to shareholders, a new survey shows.
Over 1,000 joined the Silent Walk ten months after the fire. And the next one will coincide with a House of Commons debate
The US, Britain and France have launched missile strikes on Syrian targets.
Donald Trump and his hangers on Theresa May and French president Emmanuel Macron have paused attacking Syria—for now.
UCU union members have voted by 64 percent to accept a deal in a long running dispute over pensions. It follows 14 days of strikes at over 60 universities against a plan to turn workers’ defined benefit scheme into a defined contribution one.
Refugee children and young people are being shut out from schools and colleges because of the Tories’ immigration laws
Workers at six McDonald’s stores across Britain are balloting for strikes.
Bromley indefinite strike continues
Around 400 people marched to defend the NHS from privatisation in York on Saturday of last week.
A firm linked to the flammable cladding used on Grenfell Tower told its clients in 2015 that its Reynobond PE product achieved only a Euroclass E fire safety rating.
Transport workers are fighting back against a host of bosses’ attacks.
Thousands of Universal Credit (UC) benefit claimants are having 40 percent of their income snatched away to repay debts.
Health workers were set to protest outside the Department of Health in central London this Friday.
What initially appears as a straightforward setting emerges as something stranger in this new cop drama
Bus drivers at First Aberdeen have voted to reject the company’s “final” offer and were set to begin an indefinite strike on Wednesday this week.
UCU members at several universities were set to start a five-day strike on Monday 16 April if the latest offer on pensions is rejected.-
A protest outside Labour Party headquarters in central London on Sunday saw speakers label leader Jeremy Corbyn as antisemitic and compare him to Hitler.
VIDEO - London protest in solidarity with Gaza
2,000 people protested in central London today against Israel’s latest massacre of Palestinians.
Cries of, “Free, free Palestine” rang out in front of Downing Street on Saturday as 2,000 people protested against Israel’s latest massacre of Palestinians.
After 14 days of strikes, many UCU union members are organising to reject the latest offer