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Reports round up: Students protest against Jacob Rees-Mogg


Drivers at First Bus in Manchester struck on

Royal Mail workers deserve more than the new deal


CWU postal workers’ union leaders and Royal Mail bosses have drawn up a deal to end a long-running dispute that almost led to national strikes.

Students give support to lecturers’ walkout


The National Union of Students (NUS) has sent its “full solidarity” to university lecturers preparing for strikes.

Councillors tell Corbyn to back off and let them make cuts


Right wing Labour Party councillors are trying to lead a fightback against Jeremy Corbyn and Labour’s left wing leadership

Fujitsu fight for jobs continues


Workers at Fujitsu in Manchester were set to launch a week-long strike against compulsory redundancies and victimisation of reps from Wednesday of this week.

Mears workers halt their strike


Housing maintenance workers employed by Mears in Manchester returned to work on Monday after a long-running strike.

Vote for strikes to defend Virgin Trains East Coast union rep Alex Ajufo


Up to 100 outsourced workers on Virgin Trains East Coast are to begin balloting for strikes this week over the sacking of their RMT union rep.

Strikes can stop Tories’ academies funding scam


Firms that run dozens of academies are relying on emergency handouts from the government to stay in business.

After Darren Osborne is jailed - Theresa May has blood on her hands


Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) supporters across Britain are building for national demonstrations in London, Glasgow and Cardiff on 17 March.

Muslim parents furious after new attack on hijab by Ofsted’s Amanda Spielman


Muslim parents are angry and worried after Ofsted watchdog chief executive Amanda Spielman backed a head teacher who had banned the hijab.

Fight the Tories to win workers’ rights


A new battle over zero hours contracts and other work practices is set to take off  

VIDEO - Voices from the NHS in crisis—fix it now demonstration


Some voices from the national NHS in crisis—fix it now demonstration in London

A howl of rage at the Tories’ and bosses’ destruction of the NHS


Marchers in London said, 'We are sickened and angered by the NHS crisis, we blame the Tories and we want them out.'

Tens of thousands on the march in London for the NHS


Deep anger against the Tories, and a determination to fight for change now

Protesters gather in London to say no to Tory attacks on the NHS


Protesters are gathering on Gower Street in central London today to protest against the Tory assault on the NHS.

Activists won’t let cuts fell Yorkshire trees


Outside my front door on a tree-lined Sheffield street, protesters were up against private security guards as police looked on.

A powerful meeting demands justice for Grenfell


An important meeting injected urgency into the Justice4Grenfell campaign

VIDEO - Remembering the nurses’ strike of 1988


Thirty years ago this month health workers began a wave of militant strikes that defeated a Tory government. These three nurses tell the story—and say everyone should join the national demonstration to defend the NHS in London this Saturday.

Property bosses and Labour right are scared of the revolt against redevelopments


A shiver of fear is running through the boardrooms of property developers—and the cabals of right wing Labour councillors.

Avenue School strike in Newham opposes academy


Teachers and other school workers struck at Avenue Primary. It was the NEU members’ first of two days of strike action, an escalation from the previous one day strikes.

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