Student activists have vowed to keep fighting until the front of Oriel College, Oxford, no longer features a statue of imperialist Cecil Rhodes
High in the barren mountains of Ladakh, just downwind from the Himalayas, a seemingly bizarre series of fights took place last week.
A report into the Labour Party’s 2019 general election defeat says the party has a “mountain to climb” to beat the Tories. But it reinforces both left and right wing explanations for the defeat—meaning it will be used to justify the party’s shift to the right.
Some of the biggest mobilisations took place outside London
Although different groups are affected differently by racism this must not divide the struggle against it says Yuri Prasad
Three years on from the Grenfell Tower catastrophe, people are still living in hundreds of buildings that haven’t been stripped of dangerous cladding.
In a humiliating reversal of policy, the government announced on Thursday that it is abandoning the contact-tracing app which it had said was vital to an effective “test and trace” system
The coronavirus crisis has underlined the utter failure of a privatised transport system. But the Tories are still shovelling billions to profit-hungry firms rather than renationalising the system.
Thousands of people “took the knee” at Black Lives Matter protests in towns and cities across Britain on Wednesday.
Environmental destruction lies behind health crises—and sweeping changes will be needed to avoid further pandemics, argued conservation and health leaders
Nearly two thirds of families who receive Universal Credit have been pushed into borrowing money to survive
The scale of the climate catastrophe could be far worse than predicted, according to new research.
The UCU union has launched a campaign demanding the government puts forward a plan to protect universities and colleges.
Unison union members are set to strike on 3, 6, 7, 14, 15 and 16 July.
Secondary schools across England began opening to wider numbers of children on Monday of this week.
The Tories were patting themselves on the back this week—despite the official coronavirus death toll in Britain climbing to over 40,000 and millions of workers facing unemployment.
Around 20 of London’s Royal Park attendants who are outsourced to multinational company Vinci appeared in court this week.
NHS workers are angry that the Scottish government has refused to reopen talks over pay.
Over 50 people protested against institutional racism outside St George’s hospital and medical school in Tooting, south London, on Monday.
Rage at the police killing of another black man has exploded onto the streets of Atlanta, Georgia, in the US.