New figures suggest that some 99 people died in the Grenfell Tower fire—and Kensington and Chelsea council is still dragging its feet on rehousing survivors, says Alistair Farrow
Theresa May was losing her grip over her own party as MPs prepared to debate the European Union (EU) Withdrawal Bill on Tuesday.
The new leader of the Scottish Labour Party is set to be named on Saturday—with left-backed candidate Richard Leonard hoping to win the election.
Up to 200 trade unionists and environmental campaigners joined an anti-fracking solidarity rally and march at the Preston New Road fracking site near Blackpool, Lancashire, on Saturday.
Two cabinet ministers have now resigned from their posts in the space of a week. Disgracefully both remain as MPs. The government is in an even deeper crisis.
Priti Patel, the Tory international development minister, is expected to be sacked over secret deals to fund Israel’s army in the occupied Golan Heights.
Workers on six rail networks and a major bus company created widespread disruption with a coordinated strike today, Wednesday.
Donald Trump had to slink away from protesters who are building an anti-war movement
Imagine being in a supermarket and seeing wealthy, well-dressed people passing through a special checkout.
Claims have been made about Labour Party members - and they cannot be simply ignored
Westminster is reeling following revelations about systemic sexual harassment and abuse.
Around 150 people joined a protest in Manchester last Friday in opposition to a book launch by fascist English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson.
The prosecution in the trial of six people charged in relation to an attack on refugee Reker Ahmed summed up its case last week.
West London health bosses face calls to resign after regulators rejected their blueprint for cuts last month
Two sacked cleaners at a luxury Maserati and Ferrari car showroom have won their jobs back—and the London Living Wage
Hundreds of people joined a meeting in Birmingham last week about the Trojan Horse allegations—despite attempts to stop it.
Workers at five Picturehouse cinemas in London struck on Sunday and Monday.
Chants of “Theresa May, hear us say, no fracking way,” rang across North Yorkshire countryside last Saturday as a 200-plus trade union solidarity march followed the PCS union’s samba band to Third Energy’s KM8 fracking well.
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Civil service workers have voted by over 79 percent to fight over pay