Guardian journalist Gary Younge called for building a mass movement against racism in Britain this week.
If people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria or Yemen arrive in Britain without the right visa they risk deportation or detention.
Debates raged on Whitehall and across Britain on Monday night about where the rising movement against Donald Trump and Theresa May could go next.
Campaigners have vowed that if US president Donald Trump comes to Britain he’ll be met with mass protests
Trade unionists in the NHS are building the anti-racist movement in response to new attacks on migrants who receive health care.
Trump's attacks on Muslims and migrants have caused outrage. Full list of protests in Britain here.
Socialist Worker urges all readers and supporters to join the protests in Britain against Trump’s ban and British complicity with it.
Towns and cities across Britain erupted in protest tonight, Monday, against Donald Trump’s ban on immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries.
GALLERY - Thousands join protests against Trump's Muslim Ban
Images from just some of the protests in towns and cities across Britain
Health bosses have hired “bouncers” to shield themselves from growing anger at consultation meetings
The workers who disinfect and sterilise surgical instruments at three south Wales hospitals struck on Wednesday of last week.
The Tories are preparing a fresh attack on the poor, announcing plans to close more than one in ten job centres last week.
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) conference last Saturday debated standing in the May elections
Ballot papers will go out this week for elections in the UCU union—and the left is winning support.
Donald Trump’s racist onslaught reached fever pitch last weekend as he placed a ban on people coming to the US from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Ferry workers in Woolwich, south east London, struck for 24 hours in the first of twelve planned walkouts last Friday.
Furious protests filled the streets in towns and cities across Britain yesterday, Monday, against Donald Trump.
After the great success of Monday's marches, step up the pressure by demonstrating this Saturday
Also: new Tube walkout
Around 150 teaching assistants (TAs) descended on Derby Council’s head office on Tuesday blowing whistles, ringing bells and waving flags and placards.