The slave auctions of the 21st century take place in Libya—but the biggest culprits are in the British, US and French governments and European Union
The annual Unite Against Fascism (UAF) educational trip to Krakow and Auschwitz took place last week. For many involved it was the first opportunity to get a true sense of the scale of the atrocities carried out in the Holocaust.
A new deal has given workers in Fife some breathing space, report Tomáš Tengely-Evans and Raymie Kiernan
A report by the Times newspaper last week claimed Roma people in Glasgow routinely sexually exploit children. The claims are completely unfounded, as Sadie Robinson reports
Scottish Labour members have elected left wing candidate Richard Leonard as their party’s new leader.
A damning official inspection into the Yarl’s Wood detention centre in Bedfordshire has added to the case against the barbaric practice of immigration detention.
Workers fighting to save their jobs at Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab) marched through Edinburgh on Thursday. Union members launched a “work-in” at the offshore offshore energy manufacturer.
Hundreds of students marched through central London on Wednesday on a demonstration for free education and against university cuts.
A row over Private Finance Initiatives (PFI) shows how bosses are preparing for the possibility of Jeremy Corbyn walking into Downing Street.
Almost 2,000 people joined the latest monthly silent march on Tuesday night to commemorate the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire
The Tories’ Universal Credit (UC) benefit regime is wrecking lives.
Plus, Kingsmill strike, Pentonville Five celebration and boiler maintenance workers
And some 3,000 civil service workers joined the PCS union during its recent ballot over ending the one percent pay cap.
Anti-racists in Scotland will take to the streets of Edinburgh at the same time as the Football Lads Alliance (FLA) marches in Glasgow on 25 November.
Workers at two bus companies in the North West of England struck on Monday, following a coordinated bus and train strike on Wednesday of last week
After the departures of Priti Patel and Michael Fallon, Damian Green and Boris Johnson are in the spotlight
Bus drivers in London are being encouraged to work in unsafe conditions and are putting passengers at risk, says the Unite union.