Boris Johnson unveiled a wish list of repressive measures after the shooting of Sudesh Amman in Streatham, south London, on Sunday.
Students fear a rise in racism after the first British cases of coronavirus infection were revealed to be from their university.
Chants of “Shame” rang out against Transport for London (TfL) bosses at the headquarters in Southwark, south London, as hundreds of workers struck on Thursday.
New evidence shows people who contracted serious diseases were kept in the dark, ostracised and blamed
'Prioritising prison building and punitive policies will only do more harm and exacerbate this already failing system,' says charity
Over 200 porters, cleaners and caterers have won their fight over pay, conditions and to be brought in-house.
UCU union members have delivered overwhelming votes for strikes to defend their pensions, pay, contracts and conditions.
Important witnesses at the Grenfell Tower Inquiry may refuse to give evidence, unless they receive and assurance that they are free the threat of criminal prosecution.
An Asian man who was viciously beaten up in Edinburgh has called on people to “please come and protest” against racism.
Workers at several Royal Mail workplaces are set to start ballots for local strikes after bosses pushed ahead with major attacks on jobs and working conditions.
NEU union members at St Michael’s Catholic Primary School in Newham, east London, struck for three days last week to stop the school being turned into an academy.
Security guards at St George’s medical school in south London struck for a further three days from Monday.
People protested outside the public reading of a fascist book in Vauxhall, south London
“Lives were ruined and we want justice,” a former Grenfell resident told Socialist Worker on Monday. He was speaking as the second phase of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry got underway.
Labour peer Alf Dubs has urged campaigners to “use every means possible to keep up pressure” after Tory MPs voted to dump protections for child refugees
More strikes could be called in universities across Britain this week, as reballots for action close in 37 UCU union branches.
In a welcome victory for the defence of public services, adult social care services are coming back into the control of the local council in Bath and North East Somerset.
Trade union leaders are split over who to back to be the Labour Party’s next leader and deputy leader.
Charlie McKinnon argues that activists should push for a new phase of a resistance to force the break up of the British state
Further strikes are planned on South Western Railway (SWR) after workers voted overwhelmingly for more action.