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Where next for this new movement of climate rebellion?


Activists from the Extinction Rebellion (XR) movement for climate justice are busy preparing for the next steps.

Donald Trump set to visit Britain 3-5 June - flood the streets with protests


Donald Trump is coming to Britain in June for a three-day state visit from 3 June.

Foreign Office cleaners walk out to sweep away low pay


Cleaners at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have called strikes against subcontractor Interserve.

Brexit crisis - Tories say Theresa May has got to go


Theresa May was facing a growing revolt as Brexit talks with Labour resumed on Tuesday.

March to demand second Scottish independence referendum


Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend a demonstration for Scottish independence in Glasgow on Saturday of next week.

Extinction Rebellion has shifted politics on the climate


A new movement to demand action over climate change has changed British politics, argues Sarah Bates

Reports round-up: Deliveroo bulletin is ready to collect


Deliveroo workers have launched a monthly bulletin to discuss the way forward for their fight for better pay working conditions

Support Jo McNeill for UCU general secretary


Voting in the UCU union general secretary election was set to begin on Monday of next week

NEU delegates back fight


Delegates backed motions to ballot for a boycott of the hated Sats tests and for more action on pay

Back Unison election candidates who want an active union


Unison union members are voting for seats on the national executive with the ballot closing on 17 May

NHS strikes demand justice from Sodexo


Catering workers at two hospital in South Yorkshire are taking the fight to outsourcing giant Sodexo

GALLERY - Greta Thunberg, Massive Attack, protest and resistance at Extinction Rebellion


Guy Smallman's latest images from the rebellion in central London

European Union’s border plan will put more refugees at risk


Europe’s rulers are split between those who want stronger external borders and those who back stronger national borders. But all their policies are deadly, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans

Richard Burgon is right to criticise Zionism


Labour’s shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon has faced calls to resign for describing Zionism—the ideology that is used to justify Palestinian oppression—as “the enemy of peace”.

Extinction Rebellion day six - fighting on despite 715 arrests


The police are ramping up their pressure, but the defiant actions have been very successful

Extinction Rebellion day four - new rebels join London climate occupations


The International Rebellion over climate change swept into its fourth day on Thursday.

GALLERY - Pictures from the Extinction Rebellion protests


Guy Smallman's photographs from three days of revolt on London's streets

Extinction Rebellion day three - ‘We refuse to be intimidated and we’re not going away’


The International Rebellion against climate change entered its third day on Wednesday.

Extinction Rebellion day two - debates, arrests and defiance


London was besieged for a second day by protests and occupations over climate change on Tuesday.

Teachers demand union fights for a pay rise


NEU union conference delegates backed a fight for a pay rise of at least 5 percent following years of real terms pay cuts.

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