PCS union members have the chance to lead the way in the fight against poverty pay by voting for a national statutory strike ballot.
Four people died and 17 were injured in the Ronan Point Tower Block disaster 50 years ago this Wednesday.
Workers at The Village School in Brent, North west London, called off a planned strike last week after winning a series of promises from the head teacher. But they could strike again if these promises aren’t kept.
Workers at London South Bank University in south London held a protest against planned job cuts on Tuesday.
The whole left must take the threat of the far right seriously, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Grenfell Tower survivors and relatives of those who died slammed Theresa May and the Tories’ response to the tower block fire on Monday.
Israeli soldiers shot and killed at least 60 Palestinians in Gaza on Monday—more than doubling the number they have killed over the past six weeks.
Donald Trump argues it’s safe to carry a gun because that stops you being a victim of knife crime. In that context This is America, the latest single by Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino, is a welcome breath of fresh air.
The 1,000 richest people in Britain now have a record total wealth of £724 billion—up 10 percent on last year’s figure.
It was important to take to the streets, but more will be needed to beat the Tories
Dr Riaz Ahmed, has been returned and thanks everyone for their solidarity
Tens of thousands of people have joined the TUC union federation march in London for a “new deal for workers”.
Protesters gathered outside the Israeli embassy on Friday evening to mark the year when Palestinians were expelled from their homes.
There was a very large, vibrant and well organised picket line outside the main entrance of Hull College on Wednesday.
Over 200 anti-racists joined a protest in Edinburgh on Thursday evening after an attack of a young Syrian refugee.
UCU union members at two London colleges struck on Friday as part of a series of walkouts over pay across ten colleges in England.
The Tories have unveiled plans to hand selective grammar schools £50 million—while slashing funding for state schools. The news has infuriated teachers, parents and education campaigners.
BT, Britain’s largest telecoms company, has announced that it is slashing 13,000 jobs in an effort to boost profits. This is on top of 4,000 job cuts last year.
Some refugees faced benefit sanctions as a result of undertaking English language tuition
Abortion Rights campaigners protested against a march by anti-choice bigots in central London