Over 70 people came to a pay rally for NEU union members in London on Thursday of last week.
A new report has totally vindicated university workers’ decision to strike over pensions earlier this year
Supporters of Israel hardened up their attacks on backers of Jeremy Corbyn ahead of the Labour Party conference this week.
Health workers are stepping up the fight against a dangerous new form of privatisation that threatens the NHS
Over 250 people gathered in a peaceful protest to oppose the Democratic Football Lads Alliance march in Sunderland
Over 100 striking home care workers and supporters rallied in Birmingham’s city centre on Saturday—their 21st day of industrial action
Health campaigners are celebrating after east London’s biggest trust hospitals trust partially backed down over checking patients’ immigration status
The Trades Union Congress has unanimously passed a motion backing an anti-racist and anti-fascist demonstration in November.
Traffic wardens in Camden, central London are “very, very ready” to begin a five-day strike to fight for decent pay, on Monday.
NEU union members in London planned a pay rally
TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady challenged Theresa May to call a general election after accusing the Tories of “bankrupting” public services and doing “absolutely nothing” to help workers
TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady fought to shift the union federation this week behind growing calls led by the right and big business for a “People’s Vote” on Brexit.
A cop who tasered a race relations officer in the face has been cleared of misconduct.
The Labour Party’s new definition of antisemitism has already had a chilling effect on pro-Palestinian campaigners’ willingness to criticise Israel
Money-grabbing landlords, a lack of social housing and sky-high rents are fuelling a private rental sector that means many suffer in insecure, unsafe homes.
Bus workers in Nottingham and Derbyshire struck on Monday of this week against a below-inflation 2.5 percent “poverty pay” offer.
Home care workers in Birmingham are determined to win their battle to defend services, as their dispute should become a focus for the trade union movement.
Equal pay campaigners in Glasgow are getting ready to deliver a huge mandate for action when their strike ballot closes in the next week.
Workers at Kensington and Chelsea council celebrated winning their demand of the London Living Wage of £10.20 an hour last week.
Anton Chekov made his name casting a critical eye on the Russian middle class in the twilight years of Tsarist rule.