Rebels took to Colne Valley, west London last Saturday in a day of direct action against the development of the high-speed HS2 train line.
Temperatures are smashing records, but climate rebels in Scotland are taking on those responsible, reports Sarah Bates
The revolt in France against attacks on pensions has reached a critical moment.
A lesbian woman was targeted in a vicious homophobic attack in Sunderland last week.
A group of workers at Soas University of London are discussing action over bosses’ plans to impose serious attacks on staff. The plan will effectively put workers on casual contracts out of a job.
Postal workers in Merseyside have called off a planned strike after bosses backed down in a dispute over victimisations.
Around 25 security staff at St George’s medical school in south London have unleashed a programme of 15 days of strikes as part of their battle to be brought inhouse.
Workers rallied at Tower Hamlets council in east London last week demanding the Labour-run local authority stop its attacks on workers.
A decade of Tory cuts has the NHS at breaking point—with patients stuck in ambulances and emergency wards, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Billionaire bosses, politicians and celebrities descended on Davos in Switzerland this week for the annual World Economic Forum (WEF).
Some 5,000 ill and disabled benefit claimants have died before being repaid thousands of pounds owed to them due to a government error.
The fight for the future of Royal Mail is heating up again after a union leader announced plans for another national strike ballot.
Climate rebels in Aberdeen positioned themselves on oil firm Shell’s doorstep on Thursday to “point the finger at people who are responsible” for climate catastrophe.
Anti-racists in West Wales are celebrating after Otis Bolamu was granted the right to stay in Britain on Wednesday.
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Richard Greeman, a Marxist writer and activist best known for his work on Victor Serge, looks at why Macron is so determined, and asks how workers can win
Security staff at St George’s University Hospitals Trust (SGUL) in west London started 15 days of strikes on Monday—and immediately faced police action.
Workers at St Catherine’s Catholic School for Girls in south east London resumed their strikes this week with a three-day walkout from Tuesday.