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Hillsborough - summing up underway in trials of Duckenfield and Mackrell


Former police match commander David Duckenfield held “ultimate responsibility” on the day of the Hillsborough football disaster, a court has heard.

Witness speaks out on Islamophobic attack in London


A Muslim woman has spoken out about the horror of an attack near a mosque in the wake of the fascist killings in New Zealand.

GALLERY - Pictures from the Stand Up To Racism demonstration in London


25,000 marched

International reports from the World Against Racism day


Thousands of people demonstrated in Athens and across Greece as part of the World Against Racism day of protests.

Angry demonstrations in Britain against racism and fascism


Up to 25,000 marched in London and around 1,000 in both Glasgow and Cardiff

Thousands in Britain join the global anti-racist day of action


Thousands of people have joined marches against the rise of racism and the far right. 

GALLERY - Pictures of the climate strike in London


Thousands of school students took part in the climate strike on 15 March

Thousands take to the streets across Britain to demand action on climate change


Friday saw historic action for climate change across 123 countries and territories and in over 2,000 towns and cities.

New Zealand fascist murderer given confidence by climate of Islamophobia


A man who took part in mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand was a self-declared fascist.

One soldier to face murder trial over Bloody Sunday killings


Only one former British paratrooper will be prosecuted for two murders and four attempted murders on Bloody Sunday

Evidence concludes in the Hillsborough disaster trials


Evidence has concluded in the trials of David Duckenfield and Graham Mackrell, who face charges relating to the Hillsborough disaster.

Strike to stop suffering at Universal Credit centres


Workers who manage people’s claims for the hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit began a two-day strike on Monday to win a better service for claimants.

Police clear refugee settlements in northern France


Police have cleared the two largest refugee settlements in Calais, northern France.

Force out Theresa May after shattering Brexit defeat


Theresa May has to be driven out of office after another shattering defeat in parliament on Tuesday night.

Reports round up: Big protests for International Women's Day


Newark strike to grind down bosses

Liverpool Women's Hospital strike for equal pay


Outsourced health workers at Liverpool Women’s Hospital have ratcheted up their fight for equal pay after a solid walkout last month.

Parliament votes won’t solve Tory Brexit crisis


There is still time to put forward anti-racist arguments over Brexit, argues?Tomáš Tengely-Evans

Pushed into poverty by cruel benefit freeze—scrap this vile government


Tory chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement this week follows a decision from MPs last week to continue with a freeze on many benefits.

Local government round up: Birmingham care workers fight on, bins strike paused


Care workers in Birmingham are keeping up the fight for their jobs and the service with strikes set for this week.

Action over climate change set to spread to new schools


Thousands of students across Britain were preparing for huge strikes this Friday to demand urgent action on climate change.

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