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How we can beat back the fascist threat - starting in London on Saturday

Tommy Robinson, anti-fascism, protest, demonstration, London, Nazis, fascism Anti-racists are going all-out to build opposition to supporters of jailed Nazi Tommy Robinson.

Protests across Britain to say Trump’s not welcome

Protests across Britain to say Trump’s not welcome People across Britain were getting ready to give Donald Trump the welcome he deserves this week

Resignations mean deep crisis for Theresa May—now get her out

Resignations mean deep crisis for Theresa May—now get her out The resignations of Boris Johnson and David Davis have shattered Theresa May’s hopes of Tory unity

Riots erupt around annual festival of anti-Catholic bonfire celebrations

Riots erupt around annual festival of anti-Catholic bonfire celebrations Rioting broke out around the annual expression of sectarianism in Northern Ireland.

Birmingham care workers plan escalating strikes to stop £2 billion cuts plan

Birmingham care workers plan escalating strikes to stop £2 billion cuts plan Birmingham care workers are planning a huge series of strikes against devastating cuts to adult social care.

Second union joins John Roan strikes

Second union joins John Roan strikes GMB union members at John Roan school joined NEU union members in a two-day strike on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.

Reports round-up - Vote yes for strikes in PCS pay ballot


A ballot for strikes over pay by civil service workers in the PCS union was set to end on Monday of next week.

Pressure mounts on disgraced Tory MP to quit over sexual harassment


Former Tory minister Andrew Griffiths was desperately clinging on as an MP at the start of this week, despite growing calls for him to resign.

Fight the Tories’ vision of Brexit


Theresa May found a new way of avoiding defeat in parliament over Brexit this week. She told Tory MPs who agreed with her to vote with those opposing her.

Grenfell adviser says do not ban all flammable cladding


Over 200 people joined the monthly Silent Walk for Grenfell last Saturday—the first since the one-year anniversary of the blaze at the west London tower block.

Local government round up: Kirkless bin workers have bosses on the run


in workers in Kirklees, west Yorkshire are tentatively celebrating a union victory after management agreed to all their demands.

Fresh strikes on South Western to derail plan to scrap guards


The RMT union has announced a fresh round of strikes on the South Western Railway (SWR) as part of a long-running dispute over driver only operation (DOO).

Nazi attack on anti-racists and trade unionists shows threat of far right


A violent fascist attack against trade unionists shows the threat posed by the forces of the British far right.

Don’t let Prentis palm off piss-poor pay packet on health workers


Tens of thousands of health workers will be forced to wait up to eight months for thousands of pounds promised by the Tories and union leaders.

Care workers lose wages after court ruling as bosses blame them for crisis


A legal decision is set to rob thousands of pounds from care workers’ wages.

Chicago cops kill black man


Protesters in Chicago faced down police after cops killed Harith Augustus last Saturday, shooting him in the back.

Two dead after Israel bombards Gaza


Israel launched its biggest bombardment of the Gaza Strip since 2014 over the weekend.

Protests in Iraq demand funding for key services


Iraq’s government has responded with brutality to huge protests over living standards and unemployment

Labour staffers bought adverts to deceive Corbyn


Labour Party bureaucrats spent thousands of pounds to trick Jeremy Corbyn

Is the world going back to the 1930s?


The growth of right wing populism and fascism provokes fears of a re-run of a disastrous decade

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