Tens of thousands of people are on the streets against Donald Trump in London.
A carnival-like atmosphere filled the streets of London on Friday lunchtime as thousands gathered to march against Donald Trump.
Thursday evening saw protests across Britain, including in London, Leeds, Cardiff, Swansea, Newcastle, Oxfordshire and Cambridge.
A growing number of people think that immigration has had a positive impact on British society.
Anti-racists in Scotland kicked off resistance to Donald Trump’s visit to Britain on Wednesday.
With under two weeks to go until the end of a strike ballot, PCS union activists are working hard to win a resounding yes vote.
Campaigners protested outside a meeting of Westminster council on Monday against plans to demolish the Ebury Bridge estate in the London borough.
People across Britain were getting ready to give Donald Trump the welcome he deserves this week
The Labour Party’s leadership has infuriated the party’s right wing by adopting a definition of antisemitism that does not silence criticism of Israel.
Further doubts have been cast over fire safety in Britain just over a year after the Grenfell Tower fire.
Anti-racists are going all-out to build opposition to supporters of jailed Nazi Tommy Robinson.
Coordinated industrial action by the Unison, Unite and GMB unions is piling pressure onto East Dunbartonshire council near Glasgow.
Swansea postal workers ballot
Workers at John Roan school in Greenwich, south east London, were set to escalate their action this week.
Care workers in Bath and North East Somerset are striking against pay cuts.
As the centre collapses, racism rises and revolts burst out across the globe, thousands came to debate how the push back the right—and build the left
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The resignations of Boris Johnson and David Davis have shattered Theresa May’s hopes of Tory unity
It was a great day for anti-fascists as around 250 people rallied and marched against the Nazi National Front
Hundreds of anti-fascists and anti-racists turned out in Leeds on Saturday for a rally against the fascist Yorkshire Patriots.