The Labour Party leader of Derby City Council was booed and jeered by angry parents of children with special educational needs last week.
As Donald Trump careens from one crisis to another, one thing buttressing his presidency has been the surging stock market. Investors have been pushing up share prices since he was elected last November.
Ukip is in a “mess” according to party leader Paul Nuttall.
Tory chancellor Philip Hammond’s budget will look after the rich and turn the screw on workers and the poor.
Tomáš Tengely-Evans reports from last Saturday’s huge NHS march and argues that Tory cuts can be beaten
Social work staff in Kirklees Council children’s services held a one-hour walkout last Thursday.
Workers at the Equality and Human Rights Commission are determined to keep fighting after seven of them were sacked by email while on strike last month.
Parents, teachers and other campaigners joined a public meeting over school funding cuts in Hammersmith, west London, on Tuesday of last week. The meeting was backed by the local council.
Lecturing staff across Scotland’s further education colleges voted resoundingly last week for industrial action. They want to force employers to honour the deal they struck almost a year ago over pay and conditions.
UCU Left candidate Jo McNeill won an impressive 41 percent vote in the union’s general secretary election. Incumbent Sally Hunt won with 59 percent.
The Tories are throwing another £320 million at expensive free schools in England —and could fund new grammar schools too.
The Unite union leadership has accused Gerard Coyne of donating union funds in exchange for Labour Party membership data to help his leadership campaign
The PCS union is set to launch a national campaign over low pay with a day of protest on 31 March.
The tactical adviser to the police operation that resulted in Anthony Grainger’s fatal shooting said it was not his role to “check the accuracy of the intelligence”.
Workers braved stormy picket lines at the College of North West London (CNWL) today, Thursday, as they struck to defend their union rep.
The scandal is not that Jamal al-Harith may have received some money. The scandal is Guantanamo and the much wider crimes of invasion, occupation, torture, imprisonment and murder.
It is very welcome that Labour defeated Ukip in last night's Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election. But the defeat in Copeland is a severe setback.
Warehouse workers in Solihull and Leeds struck back against disgraced tycoon Sir Philip Green today, Friday.
As the rich prepare to dish out gongs to those at the top of the film industry—cinema workers struck to get decent pay for those at the bottom.
Hundreds of people rallied against fracking giant Cuadrilla near its Preston New Road site in Lancashire last Saturday.