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Tories could force out Theresa May as support in opinion polls plummets


Tory support at the European parliament elections—and a possible general election—is collapsing.

Anti-racists step up the action against Tommy Robinson


Anti-racists are gearing up for big days of action this weekend to stop Nazi Tommy Robinson and Ukip’s far right candidates in the European elections

Strikes score victory at Lambeth College


Workers at Lambeth College in south London have won a pay rise after a series of strikes

The dark side of the Brexit Party that Nigel Farage wants to keep hidden


Nigel Farage thinks tackling climate change “isn’t terribly intelligent,” wants privatisation in the NHS and calls racist ­scaremongering over immigration “the truth”.

Pro-choice protest stands up to the bigots


Pro-choice activists gathered in central London last Saturday to oppose the annual March for Life protest.

Liverpool hospitals equal pay vote


Unite union members at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen hospitals have voted by a large margin to strike for equal pay.

More action at Sellafield over poverty pay


Security, cleaning and catering staff at Sellafield nuclear plant are planning to strike for a further ten days as part of their action over poverty pay.

DVSA examiners slam brakes on attacks


Driving examiners and Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) enforcement officers have voted to strike in a long-running dispute over shifts and travel time.

Lessons from the PCS elections


Results of elections for the PCS union’s assistant general secretary (AGS) were announced last week.

The Troublemaker—Para proud of role of soldiers who kept a skull for an ashtray


Henry Thornton, from south Armagh, was shot as he travelled along Belfast’s Springfield Road in August 1971.

Striking against the outsourcing bosses


A seven-day strike by social care support workers in Merseyside has brought their bosses to the negotiating table.

Britain’s rich elite are £48 billion better off while tens of thousands suffer poverty


New rich list showed Britain is a county of ‘Ferraris and food banks’, writes Sarah Bates

Tory climate deniers on the way out in Australia


Australia’s Liberal (Tory) government faces defeat in elections on 18 May as the Labor Party tacks to the left. Over six years and three separate prime ministers, the Tories have waged war on unions and working class people.

Algeria sees protests, arrests and debate about how to beat the state


The Algerian regime is using both concessions and repression in an effort to stabilise its rule. But huge protests and strikes continue.

Thousands turn out in solidarity with Palestine in London


Thousands of people joined a national demonstration for solidarity with the Palestinians in London on Saturday. 

Tories to remove bosses’ fatal flat cladding


Two years on from the Grenfell Tower fire that killed at least 72 people, Tory hypocrisy seemingly knows no bounds.

Women’s groups reject Nazi Tommy Robinson’s promise of money


Over 40 women’s organisations and charities have dismissed Tommy Robinson’s promise of money as a “profound insult”.

Inquest hears Edson Da Costa was ‘choking’ as five police officers were on top of him


Edson died after being stopped by police in east London in June 2017. His death was one of a number of black men who died after contact with the cops

Brexit Party rally—perfume can’t hide scent of money and a dash of racism


Sadie Robinson went to the meeting of the Nigel Farage party in Peterborough

Education round up: College strikes see results in London


College strikes are forcing bosses to make improved offers to workers on pay and conditions.

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