University bosses are trying to undermine solidarity with striking workers ahead of a major wave of walkouts due to start on Thursday.
Striking outsourced workers at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) plan to step up their fight against bosses at contractor Interserve.
As members begin voting for the next Labour leader this week, debates about transphobia, Palestine solidarity and the party’s election defeat are raging, reports Nick Clark
Activists in the PCS union are preparing a campaign in defence of leading rep Paul Williams
Traffic wardens in Hackney, east London, were gearing up for a protest at outsourcer Apcoa’s headquarters on Friday this week
Health campaigners protested as part of a national day of action against funding cuts and privatisation called by Keep Our NHS Public
Workers in Tower Hamlets, east London, are redoubling their efforts to fight back against a Labour council determined to carry out brutal attacks
Protesters led by women marched in Baghdad, Nasriyah, and other cities in Iraq on Saturday last week. They were angry at attacks on them by state security forces and leading politicians.
The Canadian government is ramping up attacks on indigenous First Nation land in an effort to support fossil fuel interests.
The damage caused by the floods across Britain has exposed the total failure to provide for people in danger.
A disabled man who was one of the 17 people deported to Jamaica on Tuesday says he’s living in “constant pain” because he doesn’t have access to medication.
Thousands took part across Britain. but the movement needs to grow again
The Tories' vicious deportation regime is causing massive suffering
The United Nations (UN) has finally published a list of companies that do business in illegal Israeli settlements, after years of unexpected delays.
Strikes will hit some 74 universities across Britain in February and March, as UCU union members stage 14 days of strikes.
Workers at sixth form colleges across England braved cold, rain, hail and even blizzards on Wednesday to strike for more pay and funding for education.
Workers at scores of universities are set to strike for two days from Thursday of next week—kicking off some 14 days of walkouts.
Jam workers in Histon, near Cambridge, could walk out to defend their terms and conditions.
“I’m going to die if I go back— the same people who killed my father will kill me,” Christopher, a man threatened with imminent deportation, spoke to Socialist Worker.
Workers are striking back against savage cuts crushing education