Boris Johnson is making grand climate promises in the lead up to Cop26.
Strikers at the University of Liverpool have won a fantastic victory to save jobs
Members of the Unison union at Dundee University struck for five days from Wednesday of last week in defence of their pensions
Members of the UCU union are taking action against casualisation, unmanageable workloads and issues of equality
Labour leader Keir Starmer wants to rub the left’s face in its defeat after his victories at the party’s conference last week.
With the release of the latest film in the James Bond franchise, No Time to Die, Simon Basketter argues that it’s high time we see the sexist spy, and the film series’ reactionary politics, bite the dust
Hundreds of thousands marched demanding the removal of far right president Jair Bolsonaro
Boris Johnson is trying to pose as the friend of workers with outrageous lies over wages.
Outsourced cleaners working for Royal Parks in central London began a month-long strike on Friday of last week.
Driving examiners are set to teach bosses a lesson
Workers at Weetabix factories in Kettering and Corby in Northamptonshire are still on strike over fire and rehire.
Since Metropolitan police officer Wayne Couzens was sentenced for the murder of Sarah Everard, cops have given women disgraceful “advice” on how to stay safe.
The march, organised by the People's Assembly Against Austerity, attracted around 5,000 people including anti-racist, pro-Palestinian and trade union organisations
Tens of thousands of pro-choice activists were set to join 660 separate mobilisations across the US on Saturday.
Sarah Everard’s murderer was known—and ignored—as a danger to women
Outsourced cleaners at the University of the Arts London (UAL) rounded off a week-long strike with lively picket lines on Friday.
Angry protesters blocked traffic outside Downing Street on Thursday evening to oppose Tory welfare cuts.
The Tories have housed “between 400 and 500” asylum seekers in a building that was deemed “not safe for use to house rough sleepers” earlier in the pandemic.
One of Britain’s biggest rail operators has referred itself to the Serious Fraud Office after being kicked off the network for failing to repay £25 million of public funds.
Most symbolically of all, he praised the governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. There was support for the cops, the military and British nationalism.