There are just eleven weeks to go until a critical event for everyone who wants to combat climate catastrophe.
The four-day festival of socialist ideas heard from people fighting back from around the world in meetings, workshops and cultural events, Socialist Worker journalists report
Around 1.5 million people came out for the Pride in London festival on Saturday.
Suspended Labour MP Chris Williamson has called for a struggle to democratise the Labour Party “in order to democratise society”.
Nazi Tommy Robinson has been found in contempt of court for “aggressively confronting and filming defendants” outside a court in Leeds.
The family and friends of a Muslim school student who drowned last week are set to hold a protest in Bury, Greater Manchester, on Friday.
Over 800 people joined the opening rally of Marxism Festival at Queen Mary University, east London, on Thursday night. It marked the beginning of a four-day political festival hosted by the Socialist Workers Party (SWP).
Two cases this week have exposed the fatal practices and profiteering at the heart of the criminal justice system.
Two rail workers died on Wednesday after being struck by a Great Western Railway train on tracks near Port Talbot in south Wales.
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Anti-racists in the US are organising against Donald Trump’s plan to deport “millions” of undocumented migrants.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt want us to know that they are really, really serious about leaving the European Union (EU).
Over 200 people joined a protest against US president Donald Trump’s threats to Iran last week.
Disputes are continuing to hit Aberdeen and Glasgow airports, both owned by AGS Airports Limited.
Cleaners and caterers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) in central London are set to begin an indefinite strike this month.
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Pride marches should see outpourings of anger against the rise of attacks on LGBT+ people that we’ve seen in recent weeks.
Around 400 people joined a protest last Saturday to defend Stourbridge College in the West Midlands, which faces closure.
Workers at The Grove Academy in Harrogate, north Yorkshire, walked out on Thursday of last week. It was the fourth strike in a fight to stop cuts that unions say will force the school to close.
Teachers at two schools in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, have struck over health concerns.