Hundreds of supporters of the Palestinians and Jeremy Corbyn protested outside Labour Party headquarters on Tuesday.
Birmingham home care workers rounded off their latest week of strikes by securing a promise of total support from Unison union general secretary Dave Prentis.
Palestinian politicians in the Israeli parliament—Knesset—have spoken out in defence of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and the right to call Israel a racist state.
Merseyrail workers were celebrating last week after bosses backed off from a plan to slash their jobs.
The Labour Party looks almost certain to agree to a definition of antisemitism at a meeting on Tuesday.
Anti-fascists outnumbered the English Defence League (EDL) in Worcester for the second time in two months on Saturday
Resigning the Labour Party whip yesterday, MP Frank Field said, “We must be seen when we go into the next election that we’re not racist.”
Workers were celebrating after their outsourcing to private firms officially ended and they became directly employed by the university.
Anti-racists in Edinburgh are set to hold a vigil after a petrol bomb attack on a Sikh gurdwara on Tuesday night.
The long-running battle to save a vital social care service in Birmingham from privatisation and collapse is at a critical moment.
Nazis went on the rampage in Chemnitz, Germany, over the bank holiday weekend.
The Tories’ Civil Liability Bill will be a blow to workers’ access to compensation if it passes into law
GMB union members at Robinsons (Britvic) in Norwich struck on Friday of last week and Tuesday this week
Workers on Northern Rail struck as part of the long-running battle to keep guards on trains
The UCU union was to begin balloting its members in higher education this Thursday over a pay offe
Unison union members who work for Glasgow City Council (GCC) and its outsourced companies have started balloting for strikes
Unite union members at three TGI Fridays restaurants struck for three days
The arrest of a singer who became an MP in Uganda, east Africa, has seen riots and mass protests.
Three top privatisation bosses ripped off millions of pounds of money in scams involving the London Fire Brigade (LFB), a report has revealed.
Almost a decade of austerity has left millions of children at risk of hunger, says Sarah Bates