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.
We will continue to stand up for Palestine. That was the message as Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) members packed Conway Hall in London for their annual general meeting last Saturday.
The resolve of Westex carpet workers in West Yorkshire had not weakened as they began the tenth week of an all-out strike on Monday.
Tens of thousands of people marched in Iraq’s capital Baghdad on Friday of last week to demand the withdrawal of US soldiers from the country.
A new report laid bare the growing chaos behind the the HS2 project, just as Northern Rail hits the buffers
Italy’s right wing League leader Matteo Salvini failed to overturn decades of left of centre rule in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna last Sunday.
The spread of a virus in China worked the British rightwing press into a frenzy.
Hundreds of students and workers protested at management attacks on staff and education
A Corbyn rally it was not—but perhaps these are early days.
Every four days a person in prison takes their own life. Levels of distress are at record high levels, with 166 recorded incidents of self-harm every day
Workers at an east London secondary school have won a big victory in a fight against academisation.
“Without treating this as a real crisis we cannot solve it,” was the rallying cry from school climate strike leader Greta Thunberg to world leaders this week.
Workers at Westex Carpets in West Yorkshire are in an all-out fight to pull the rug from under bosses’ feet.
Two strikes at Heathrow?
Protesters from charity Safe Passage and Stand Up To Racism held a demonstration in central London on Monday in defence of child refugees’ rights.
Cleaners at Birkbeck college in central London are celebrating after winning their battle to be directly employed by the university.
Rebels took to Colne Valley, west London last Saturday in a day of direct action against the development of the high-speed HS2 train line.
Temperatures are smashing records, but climate rebels in Scotland are taking on those responsible, reports Sarah Bates
The revolt in France against attacks on pensions has reached a critical moment.