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Fight any rotten deal over JDE fire and rehire strike


It would appear that the deal contains the huge pay cuts and other attacks that that workers at JDE have been resisting

Climate chaos sees heatwave and flood


As people face extreme weather across Canada and the US, Sophie Squire explores the developing nature of the climate crisis

Sarah Everard’s killer pleads guilty—questions remain


The cop who killed Sarah Everard pleaded guilty to her murder last week.

Sharon Graham offers more as Unite general secretary than the others


Responses to the call from the Communist Party's Andy Bain that Unite union members should vote for Steve Turner simply to keep the right out. Socialist Worker backs Sharon Graham for Unite general secretary.

Brush Electrical workers told to sign contract by 24 July or be sacked + Clarks shoes + Palestine actions


 Unions must stop this outrageous fire and rehire attack

Tories will give Covid the freedom to mutate


The Tories confirmed on Monday that they will lift ­Covid-19 restrictions next week even though scientists are warning of the huge risks

Bexley bin workers battle Serco + Tower Hamlets + DVLA + Yodel


Around 140 bin workers began two weeks of strikes on Monday in Bexley, south east London, on Monday.

Revolt over BT deal that offers so little


BT telecoms workers are furious after a deal between bosses and their CWU union officials was announced last week.

Solidarity boosts Valence Primary School strikers in east London


Valence Primary School teachers in Dagenham, east London, have escalated strikes over forced demotions and attacks on pay.

British government report into human rights tries to whitewash its allies’ crimes


The Tories, who enable the abuse of human rights, pretend they are freedom's champion

NHS under pressure from rising virus cases—and worse could be yet to come


A sharp rise in the number of patients with coronavirus being admitted to hospital is already causing chaos in the NHS. And far worse could be coming as the Tories lift all virus restrictions.

Travellers take to streets against Tory police bill


Gypsy, Roma and Traveller campaigners launched a summer of discontent with a rally outside parliament on Wednesday.

Trade unionists debate how to confront Tory attacks


The People Before Profit group launched an updated Covid emergency programme to defend workers rights—and a call to action—in an online rally on Tuesday.

Bosses make new offer after strikes at Royal London Hospital


The Unite union has suspended strikes by catering staff working for outsourcer Serco at the Royal London Hospital.

Lifting lockdown—Johnson’s virus plans spell disaster


Boris Johnson knows that Covid-19 cases are going to soar. Regardless, he has signalled the end of all ­lockdown restrictions.

Woolwich ferry workers respond after second victimisation


Woolwich Ferry workers in south east London kicked off their escalated strikes last week after bosses victimised a second union rep

Strike stops fire and rehire threat at Tring Park school


Teachers at Tring Park school in Hertfordshire have voted 100 percent in favour of a settlement after just two days of strikes

School climate strikes called as heatwave hits


Youth Climate group Fridays for Future has announced a global climate strike on 24 September.

Loss of support is down to the Labour Party’s own failings, not Muslims


Labour has been cheered by the fact that some Muslims did not vote for their party.

Adults in most deprived areas ‘3.7 times more likely to die’ with Covid-19


Class shapes who lives and dies with Covid-19—and who will be hit hardest as restrictions are recklessly lifted.

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