The Labour Party’s left wing leadership promised an assault on private energy and water firms last weekend.
Postal workers’ union leaders are set to hold meetings with reps in locations across Britain over the next few weeks.
Around 76 Balfour Beatty electricians on the Woolwich Crossrail station in south London site struck last week.
Workers at the Picturehouse cinema chain were set to strike continuously for one week from 5am on Saturday 17 February.
Tory cuts to school funding have caused thousands of job cuts across England.
At the DPD delivery firm where a driver died recently workers are organising to win change.
UCU union members are fighting attacks on their USS pension scheme that would slash its value and give workers no guaranteed income in retirement.
Tomáš Tengely-Evans joined a solidarity delegation organised by Stand Up To Racism from Britain to Calais. He found police brutality and vicious treatment of refugees.
Around 500 low paid women council workers marched through the city centre of Glasgow. They demanded that city council chiefs settle a 12-year equal pay dispute.
Around 350 trade unionists from across Britain rallied against racism in central London on Saturday.
Right wingers were shocked to find out that a billionaire financier is using his money to influence politics in favour of the rich.
More than half of councils in England are planning to slash costs by closing children’s centres, reducing support for disabled children and cutting child protection teams.
Workers at Cumberland School in Newham struck today against a plan to turn their school into an academy. Upbeat strikers chanted, “Our school is not for sale,” and, “Whose school? Our school,” on the picket line.
Labour councillors in Haringey, north London, squandered the chance to bury a high-profile redevelopment deal but it's still on the rocks
A review that was supposed to improve workers’ rights has instead given approval to insecurity. One union leader said “It’s no good. It won’t work and it isn’t a plan.
Sumbul Ahmed talked to singer Z the People from Jordanian and Palestinian act 47Soul before their latest sell-out show on their European tour
Fear gripped the ruling class as US stock markets haemorrhaged £1 trillion overnight on Monday.
Rail privatisation was once more exposed as a scam this week. Billionaire Richard Branson quit the East Coast rail franchise—and left us to pick up the bill.
Over 100 striking Birmingham home care workers held a defiant protest outside the city’s council chambers during their strike on Tuesday.
Tory controlled Derbyshire County Council’s planning committee voted nine to one to reject Ineos’s plans to build a test drill site at Bramley Moor