Up to 250 trade unionists and campaigners rallied against racism in Central London on Saturday.
Boris Johnson’s plan to deport as many as 50 people to Jamaica next Tuesday has sparked mass outrage.
The climate delayers and deniers in government reaffirmed their commitment to ignoring ecological breakdown this week.
With all the votes counted in the Democratic caucus in Iowa, Bernie Sanders has won the highest number of votes.
“We need respect,” says Beatriz—not her real name—a cleaner at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. “The way they treat people, the cleaners, it’s not good.”
Donald Trump gave his state of the union address on Tuesday evening, spurred on by the prospect of unsuccessful attempts by his opponents to impeach him.
Boris Johnson has ordered cuts of at least 5 percent to every government department. His call comes ahead of the budget on 11 March.
A Labour Party mayor has said his council will refuse to implement any more cuts—raising the prospect of a fight with the Tory government.
Union members working for private contractors at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office began a month-long strike on Monday of this week.
Trade unionists rallied in solidarity with workers at a west London tax office last week. PCS union members at the HMRC office in Ealing picketed against its closure at the start of a half-day strike last Thursday and stayed out for a full day on Friday.
Library workers in Bromley, south east London, went back to work on Wednesday after an all-out strike that lasted eight months.
Irish taoiseach (prime minister) Leo Varadkar was hoping to get an easy ride to re-election this week.
The Unison union’s Scottish council has voted to support a second independence referendum at a time chosen by the Scottish parliament.
Postal workers at Royal Mail workplaces across Britain are gearing up for local strikes after bosses pushed ahead with attacks on jobs and conditions.
Bus drivers in London are getting ready to vote for militant action over widespread worker fatigue.
Carpet workers in West Yorkshire remained “absolutely solid” as they began the 11th week of an indefinite strike over pay.
A man in Chelmsford, Essex, suffered a brutal homophobic assault on Sunday of last week.
Strikes will hit 74 universities across Britain in February and March.
Anti-racists rallied in Edinburgh last Thursday after an assault on two Asian shopkeepers. Around 50 people joined the Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) protest.
Workers at 34 sixth form colleges were set to strike on Wednesday of next week.