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Footage shows shocking racist abuse of student at Nottingham Trent University


A black student at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) posted evidence of racist abuse at her halls of residence on Monday night. And she said that management were slow to deal with the issue. 

UCU union calls another 14 days of university strikes as action bites


More action is coming in 65 universities if bosses refuse to back down from attacking workers’ pensions.

Hundreds of protesters greet Saudi Arabian crown prince’s arrival in Britain


Anti-war protesters greeted Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman with chants of “Hands off Yemen” on Wednesday—the first day of his visit to Britain.

University strikes squeeze bosses and transform mood on campus


One striker said, 'It just keeps getting better and better. The picket lines today were bigger than yesterday.'

600 workers occupy Hinkley Point site over unpaid wages


'We will sit here until we get what we deserve,' say workers

Fight against academisation in Brent is still on


Workers at the Village School in Brent, north west London, faced a private security firm with dogs as they arrived to protest at a governors’ meeting last Wednesday.

Hull strikers refuse to be treated like trash


Drivers at a Wilmington FCC waste management depot in Hull began a seven-day strike last Friday.

‘We want justice,’ say Yarl’s Wood hunger strikers


The Tories have threatened to deport women at Yarl’s Wood detention centre for daring to resist Britain’s racist immigration laws

Tory homes bluster means business as usual for developers behind crisis


In another desperate attempt to find a popular policy, Theresa May announced on Monday that the government would crack down on developers that don’t use their land.

Protests on 17 March can help us build anti-racist movement in France


Saturday 17 March will see anti-racist protests in Britain and across Europe.

Overpriced burger chain Beach Blanket Babylon still won’t settle its bill


Bosses at the Beach Blanket Babylon (BBB) glorified burger chain have been up to their old tricks—not paying workers

After Paul Moore conviction - challenge the Tory racism behind Leicester attack


A man has been convicted for the attempted murder a Muslim woman in Leicester last October.

Janet Alder slams decision on cops who spied on her following her brother’s death


Officers who spied on the sister of Christopher Alder, who died in custody, won’t face charges

Battle for general secretary reveals splits on Labour left


A contest for a top Labour role has revealed deeply rooted tensions between trade union leaders and some activists.

Tory homes bluster means business as usual for developers behind crisis


In another desperate attempt to find a popular policy, Theresa May announced on Monday that the government would crack down on developers that don’t use their land.

Theresa May calms rebels but can’t please big business


Theresa May managed to unite her ramshackle government last week—for at least 24 hours.

University workers in no mood to back off as strikes escalate


UCU union members who are in their third week of pension strikes say they have the momentum and can win

Student conference calls for action to beat back the racists


Students from across Britain joined a conference against racism in central London on Saturday.

Banks plot offshore scam to scupper Labour’s nationalisation plans


“Corbyn’s coming, get your money out now”—that’s the message from analysts at Australian investment bank Macquarie.

Iraq war whistleblower slams government's surveillance power grab


A former British intelligence analyst-turned whistleblower has warned of increasing surveillance powers, 15 years after she exposed a spy plot ahead of the Iraq war.

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