Protesters across the US defied president Donald Trump’s attempt to force politicians to push through £5 billion in funding for his infamous border wall.
100 years ago the sale of alcohol was banned in the US. It’s a story of profit-thirsty booze barons, ruling class paranoia and fermenting anger among workers, writes Alistair Farrow
Thousands of people marched through central London on Saturday demanding a general election, an end to the Tory government and an end to austerity.
Politicians, bosses and the press are panicking about the prospect of a no-deal Brexit. It’s driven by fears that leaving the European Union (EU) will hit firms’ profits.
Four women workers won a high court challenge to the Tories’ Universal Credit (UC) scheme on Friday.
Jeremy Corbyn has made a fresh demand for a general election, in a speech today that sought to unite Leave and Remain voters against Theresa May’s austerity and racism.
Anti-racists humiliated racist Ukip leader Gerard Batten in Wigan on Tuesday night.
Ministries face coordinated strikes
Teachers in the NEU union are taking part in an indicative ballot for strikes over pay and school funding.
Guards working for Northern rail struck against the implementation of driver only operation (DOO) trains for the 43rd time on Saturday.
Supporters of victimised health worker Karen Reissmann plan to hold a public meeting in Manchester on Saturday 19 January.
More than 600 bus drivers struck in County Durham, Teesside and North Yorkshire this week in a fight for better pay.
What machinations will May pull to get out of her crisis? And what should the left do to force her out? Tomáš Tengely-Evans says the key is a fight against racism and austerity
The Tories have been forced into a drastic retreat over their hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit.
Women in India took part in mass protests against sexism last week—and on Tuesday tens of millions of workers were set to launch a two-day general strike.
In the early 1980s Bobby, Eddy and David, identical triplets, had fifteen minutes of fame. They were on every US chat show couch and even had a cameo with Madonna in Desperately Seeking Susan.
Privatisation has handed just 20 investors over two thirds of England’s water and sewerage supply—and it’s time we took it back, says Charlie Kimber
Lost amid the Tory scaremongering over refugees entering Britain are the voices of the refugees themselves.
At 1pm on Friday top bosses will have been paid as much as the average worker makes in a year.
Outsourcing giant Capita has announced it will appoint workers to its board