Ian McEwan’s new novella tells the story of Brexit and the political crisis it has caused.
Tory lies over hospital building fell apart in less than 24 hours over the weekend.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said his party will scrap the hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit if elected.
MSPs at Holyrood last week voted by 113 votes to zero, to adopt a new climate bill. Only the Greens abstained.
Workers at 23 sixth form colleges are set to strike on Thursday 17 October in a battle over funding and pay.
The grassroots campaign supporting independence for Scotland is continuing with an unprecedented series of major meetings and demonstrations.
Postal workers are going all out to win a strike ballot and then resist attacks from their Royal Mail bosses.
UCU union members in universities are balloting for strikes over pay, workloads, unequal contracts and pensions.
Chants of, “Stop Boris!” rang out in Manchester on Sunday as up to 5,000 people marched against the Tories, who were gathering for their party conference.
Another 2,000 people joined the global ranks of the ultra-rich last year with personal “investable” wealth of more than £24 million. That figure does not include their holdings in property and other fixed assets.
Delegates passed a motion calling for a ban on fracking and achieving zero carbon emissions by 2030,
nFirefighters have claimed victory in their fight against cuts to the South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
The collapse of travel firm Thomas Cook on Monday highlighted rip-off corporate culture.
Around 120,000 postal workers will start voting this week in a national strike ballot.
The Tories have to be driven out—now.
Workers at the University of Liverpool have launched a programme of industrial action.
Prime minister Boris Johnson’s friendship with a US entrepreneur who was granted £126,000 in public money during his time as London mayor is a damaging scandal.
Spirits were high on the picket line as Scottish pharmacy workers began their fifth week of an indefinite strike on Monday.
Over 160 people joined an angry meeting in Keighley Civic Centre in Bradford, West Yorkshire, to stop the cuts to libraries and museums.