A majority of claimants will still be worse off under the Tories’ Universal Credit (UC) despite extra money promised in the budget.
Police chiefs want to make it easier to harass black people. They have met with senior Tories to discuss getting rid of requirements that cops must have “reasonable grounds” to search someone.
The latest unofficial strike by postal workers last week came amid a tumultuous few days for Royal Mail, including the forced resignation of a top boss.
Birmingham’s fighting care workers were set to strike again this week.
A 200,000-strong march in the capital Warsaw was jointly organised by Poland’s fascist organisations and the highest state officials to mark the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence.
Tyre-maker Michelin's threat to 850 jobs has to be met by action from the unions.
The Democrats won a majority in the House of Representatives for the first time in eight years. But the Republicans increased their majority in the Senate.
Workers at The John Roan school in Greenwich, south east London, struck on Wednesday. The NEU union members are fighting a plan to turn the school into a privately-run academy.
Care workers are unleashing a huge wave of strikes at Birmingham City Council after a successful five-day strike from last Friday.
Low-paid care workers in Bath and North East Somerset are preparing to strike to head off attempts to slash their pay.
The pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign scored a victory after Leeds university divested from firms linked to Israeli violence.
Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) supporters are organising across Britain against racism and the far right.
Tube workers are fighting to maintain safety on the London Underground.
Around 100 people marched in London to say “Save Our Libraries”
There was much discussion about the case for Scottish independence and how this had to be linked to a wider programme of class battles at Marxism in Scotland
Workers at Bradford university are striking to defend jobs and conditions
Sea routes are becoming deadlier, but the Tories are refusing to offer refuge, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Solidarity is growing for a nurse and leading union activist who has been suspended from holding office in the Unison union.
A damning report slammed the government’s brutal benefit sanctions regime. It said the human cost of sanctions, where benefits are withheld, is “simply too high” and “pointlessly cruel”.
London boroughs are sending people to live on industrial estates in Harlow, Essex.