How many babies have to die before authorities admit that maternity services in South Wales are at breaking point?
Prepare for a surge of lies from the power companies as Jeremy Corbyn outlines plans to nationalise substantial parts of Britain’s energy network on Thursday.
Witness told inquest into death of Edson Da Costa that police ‘acted like wrestlers’, reports?Sadie Robinson
Knock Down The House tells the story of four women standing in the 2018 US mid-term elections.
Campaigners on either side of the death row protest movement find love despite big political differences and in difficult circumstances, writes?Toni Bruce
Migul Roldan, a Spanish firefighter, faces prison because he was part of Mediterranean refugee rescue missions
Thousands of climate change activists marched through central London last Sunday.
The NEU union members are fighting a plan to turn the school into an academy.
University workers are furious at a new attack on their USS pension scheme
Tory support at the European parliament elections—and a possible general election—is collapsing.
Anti-racists are gearing up for big days of action this weekend to stop Nazi Tommy Robinson and Ukip’s far right candidates in the European elections
Workers at Lambeth College in south London have won a pay rise after a series of strikes
Nigel Farage thinks tackling climate change “isn’t terribly intelligent,” wants privatisation in the NHS and calls racist scaremongering over immigration “the truth”.
Pro-choice activists gathered in central London last Saturday to oppose the annual March for Life protest.
Unite union members at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen hospitals have voted by a large margin to strike for equal pay.
Security, cleaning and catering staff at Sellafield nuclear plant are planning to strike for a further ten days as part of their action over poverty pay.
Driving examiners and Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) enforcement officers have voted to strike in a long-running dispute over shifts and travel time.
Results of elections for the PCS union’s assistant general secretary (AGS) were announced last week.
Henry Thornton, from south Armagh, was shot as he travelled along Belfast’s Springfield Road in August 1971.
A seven-day strike by social care support workers in Merseyside has brought their bosses to the negotiating table.