Crane manufacturing workers struck on Thursday and Friday of last week over an “inadequate” pay offer.
The civil service workers’ PCS union is urging its members who work for the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to reject a pay plan tied to cuts to working conditions.
North Sea oil rig workers struck for 12 hours on Monday and a 24-hour strike is planned for Monday 20 August.
Workers on Northern Rail have announced three new strikes as bosses “make a mockery” of negotiations.
Czechoslovakia had been one of Stalinist Russia’s most economically advanced and politically reliable satellite states. Then, in 1968, the monolith suddenly cracked open. Tomáš Tengely-Evans explains what happened
Around 400 home care workers and their supporters staged a lively march through the centre of Birmingham last Saturday.
Mark Cousins’ documentary The Eyes of Orson Welles brings vividly to life the passions, politics and power of the filmmaker. He spoke to Simon Basketter about his work and how Welles still resonates today
Housing bosses knew that Grenfell Tower was unsafe and did nothing to fix it, according to damning new evidence.
Solidarity poured in from across the left and the labour movement to socialist bookshop Bookmarks
Anti-racists held a lively picket outside Tory MP Boris Johnson’s office in west London
Northamptonshire County Council (NCC) voted through swingeing cuts on Wednesday. Council services are set to be completely decimated.
Two groups of mainly migrant workers are waging a fight against low pay in London.
A survey of 657 secondary school teachers by the National Education Union (NEU) has found they are increasingly concerned young people are not getting enough food over the summer holidays.
Birmingham’s heroic home carers are gearing up for a fresh week of action that will see them strike, picket and protest.
Richard Branson’s Virgin empire is involved in the NHS
Workers on South Western Railway (SWR) walked out for 24 hours on Saturday of last week in the latest action in the long?running dispute over guards on trains.
Workers at the Britvic drinks company site in Norwich struck from Wednesday to Friday last week, with more planned on the same days for the next five weeks. They are now holding mass meetings.
The majority of houses built on the green belt last year were unaffordable.
The Labour Party dropped disciplinary proceedings against MP Margaret Hodge on Monday. This decision was made despite her having shouted in Jeremy Cobyn’s face that he is a “fucking antisemite and a racist.”
Strikes on Sheffield’s Supertram have halted after bosses put forward a new pay offer. Some 200 conductors and drivers were due to strike for eight days from 18 August.