1,000 teaching assistants and their supporters took to the streets. They are furious at the Labour council that threatens huge pay cuts.
Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU) was set to start on Wednesday—along with a new round of headaches for the Tories
Over 100 people joined an angry meeting in Lancaster on Monday, opposing Tory cuts to school funding. The Tories’ so-called fair funding formula will see England’s schools losing
The fascists of the National Front (NF) were humiliated in Edinburgh last Saturday. The NF was holding a so-called White Pride event in the city but were vastly outnumbered by a counter demonstrations.
The limits the Trade Union Act puts on strikes became clearer this week, but so did the resistance.
Round up of rail disputes against driver only operation and fights on London Underground
Fujitsu IT services workers struck last Friday and again on Monday to defend their jobs and livelihoods from the firm’s cost-cutting.
Cops have targeted areas of Birmingham in the wake of the Westminster terror attack last Wednesday.
Around 150 people marched against the proposed redevelopment of vast swathes of Southwark, south London, last Saturday.
Police failed to record their advice and discussion of tactics before the killing of Anthony Grainger, a public inquiry heard this week.
Two strikes were set to take place in schools in Hackney, east London, on Thursday.
Some 800 people marched in Keighley, West Yorkshire, last Saturday to oppose the planned Aire Valley incinerator.
There has been much talk of “unity” after the attacks last week. When anti-racists talk about unity they mean that we should fight to prevent Muslims or migrants becoming the targets of a witch hunt.
Theresa May travelled to Scotland on Monday to say again "now is not the time to be talking about a second independence referendum”. But Holyrood is now demanding one
Health workers have slammed moves to make them check foreign patients’ IDs as racist and dangerous.
The Tories are on the rocks over their attacks on schools
New evidence has emerged of a cover-up involving the government, medical authorities and giant corporations.
Around 70 people formed a loud, confident picket line at Forest Hill School for boys in Lewisham, south east London, today, Tuesday.
The hospital has set up a private company called Barnsley Support Services. It wants to transfer the hospital estate, maintenance, procurement and other support staff to it. Existing staff will be protected for a period under Tupe regulations but unions fear that the move will lead to a two-tier workforce.
Two dangerous examples this week were the first to show how the Trade Union Act can be used to put the brakes on disputes.