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How we can beat back the fascist threat - starting in London on Saturday


Anti-racists are going all-out to build opposition to supporters of jailed Nazi Tommy Robinson.

East Dunbartonshire council bosses on the run after joint action


Coordinated industrial action by the Unison, Unite and GMB unions is piling pressure onto East Dunbartonshire council near Glasgow.

Reports round up: Protest for fair tips at TGI Fridays


Swansea postal workers ballot

Education round up: Workers at John Roan school step up fight


Workers at John Roan school in Greenwich, south east London, were set to escalate their action this week.

Sirona care workers strike against pay cuts


Care workers in Bath and North East Somerset are striking against pay cuts.

Marxism 2018 - debating the alternative to a world in crisis


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

Protest against Trump - when and where


Join protests against Trump near to you, all on 13 July unless otherwise stated

Resignations mean deep crisis for Theresa May—now get her out


The resignations of Boris Johnson and David Davis have shattered Theresa May’s hopes of Tory unity

Anti-fascists humiliate Nazis in Wakefield


It was a great day for anti-fascists as around 250 people rallied and marched against the Nazi National Front

Hundreds of anti-fascists outnumber Nazi Tommy Robinson supporters in Leeds


Hundreds of anti-fascists and anti-racists turned out in Leeds on Saturday for a rally against the fascist Yorkshire Patriots.

Kirklees bin workers vote for all-out strikes


Striking bin workers in Kirklees, west Yorkshire have voted for all-out strikes in their fight for fairer working conditions.

Wigan hospital strikes force bosses to drop outsourcing plans


Strikes by health workers in Wigan have forced bosses to withdraw plans to outsource hundreds of jobs. But there are more battles to come.

Message to fight for another world goes out from opening rally of Marxism Festival


Over 800 people joined a lively opening rally of Marxism Festival 2018 in Friends Meeting House, central London

Tory minister caught out over Universal Credit lies


 Campaigners are calling for Tory minister Esther McVey to resign after it emerged that she misled parliament over the hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit.

Rise in work-related deaths fuelled by deregulation and bogus self-employment


Going to work should not be a death sentence. But for an increasing number of people it is.

Bins strike to stop racism and bullying


Some 80 bin workers in Kirklees, West Yorkshire, began a six-day strike on Tuesday.

Tube battle set for when Trump comes to Britain


Tube drivers on the Piccadilly Line are set to stage a 52-hour strike over “working conditions and staffing levels”.

Unite members debate Brexit, racism and defending migrants at conference


Delegates at the Unite union conference in Brighton this week debated Brexit, jobs, the Labour Party and racism.

More workers ready to join John Roan school strikes


Workers at John Roan school in Greenwich, south east London, struck on Tuesday of this week.

Step up fight to win ballot


Activists in the PCS civil service workers’ union have held protests and campaigning activities to drive up the vote in a national strike ballot.

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