The high court delivered a blow to refugees and migrants last week. It rejected a challenge to the Home Office’s closure of a scheme for unaccompanied young refugees.
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Over 300 Eritreans protested outside Downing Street in London calling for an end to repression in Eritrea, religious freedom and an end to the regime of the current president, Isaias Afwerki.
Jeremy Corbyn made an effort to reassure bosses at their CBI conference on Monday that a Labour government would not threaten their profits.
Bus and rail workers in the north west of England were set for a coordinated strike this Wednesday.
Hundreds of people marked the centenary of the Russian Revolution at the Celebrating 1917 conference in central London last Saturday.
Workers at Charlton Park Academy special needs school in south east London struck on Tuesday.
The Paradise Papers have exposed the secret tax scams of more than 100 multinational corporations, including Apple and Nike. Plus the queen and Tory Lord Ashcroft.
Supporters of Palestine marched through central London on Saturday, to call for justice 100 years since the Balfour Declaration was signed. The declaration gave Britain’s official support to the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine and signalled the beginning of a century of Palestinian oppression.
Six Catholic men were murdered in a rural Northern Ireland pub in 1994. Who was responsible?
The government announced plans for a full statutory inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal. But it failed to announce a chair for the inquiry.
The Bank of England has raised interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point from 0.25 to 5 percent.
Climate change is already driving millions of people from their homes in poorer countries around the world.
A report into the experiences of families of people who died as a result of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster is a damning indictment of key institutions.
The long running dispute of cabin crew at British Airways (BA) came to an end this week as workers voted overwhelmingly to accept a new pay deal.
Housing campaigners took to the high court last week to challenge Labour-run Haringey council over its plan to demolish seven estates in the north London borough.
Over 230 people attended the Beyond the Backstreets conference in London last Saturday. It was organised by the Abortion Rights campaign to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Abortion Act.
The CWU postal workers’ union has warned it could end negotiations early if Royal Mail bosses use talks simply to delay strikes.
Revolution is difficult and involves intense confrontation with the ruling class.