If Jeremy Corbyn wants Labour to move to the left in 2017 he’ll have to fight the right, argues Nick Clark
Three cleaners at Kinsley primary school in Barnsley were sacked just before Christmas by their private employer, Barnsley-based company C&D Cleaning.
The head of London’s Metropolitan Police Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe gave a misleading account of his evidence at the Hillsborough football disaster, according to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
Fourteen “garden villages” are set to be built as part of the Tories’ plan to tackle the housing crisis. And three more “garden towns” are supposed to bring the total of new homes created by the scheme to 200,000.
The plan to redevelop vast swathes of Haringey, north London, had a spanner thrown in the works last month.
A ballot for strikes to demand the reinstatement of sacked NUT union rep Simon O’Hara ended on 15 December last year.
Glasgow council workers were set to continue strikes against privatisation on Thursday.
Anti-racists are organising to push back the Tories’ assault on migrants, refugees and Muslims.
Around 700,000 people took to the streets of South Korea last Saturday, Christmas Eve. It was the third mass protest after the parliamentary vote to impeach president Park Geun-hye.
Some 200 people protested in solidarity with a Muslim who was attacked in Chingford, north east London, last night, Wednesday.
For the past eight weeks mass protests have rocked South Korea demanding the resignation of the president Park Geun-hye. The protests continue and many people will not accept half measures.
Unions have won important gains. But questions remain that a newly merged Ucatt/Unite union should investigate
"Don't they know it's Christmas?" seems to be the level of the media's debate over the group of strikes set to take place during the holiday period.
Post Office workers stepped up their fight against closures, privatisation, job losses and pension attacks with the start of a five day strike today, Monday.
Postal workers in Accrington, Lancashire, walked out for the second time today, Saturday, in a fight against bullying bosses.
The Tories’ NHS plans are going to make the current ‘bed crisis’ worse
Over 300 police officers and staff in England and Wales are accused of using their position to sexually exploit people, including crime victims.
Some care home residents face hefty bills as the quality of care gets worse, says Raymie Kiernan
The murder of 24 Copts shows the bankruptcy of terrorism but also the poisonous nature of the Egyptian regime
Activists slammed the Tories’ “Prevent” strategy at an Islamic Human Rights Commission’s (IHRC) event last Saturday.