'Rather than helping her as he should have done, he violently assaulted her,' says the victim's cousin
Solid strikes by more than 150 workers have won a commitment to unsocial hours payments
The Unite union general secretary election race is about to begin following Len McCluskey’s announcement earlier this month that he will step down from the role.
A jury has been shown the first amended statements from officers on duty during the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster.
Grenfell Community Campaigners protested on Wednesday outside the inquiry into the fire that killed 72 people in 2017.
A series of strikes are hitting schools across England this week—many of them sparked by the victimisation of union reps.
Scottish college lecturers have won a major victory against the threat of nation-wide fire and rehire.
The EU provided more than £35 million to the Myanmar police between 2016 and 2021
Students in Sheffield, Manchester and Nottingham are furious over the way they have been treated by Tories and vice chancellors during the pandemic.
One deleted comment from a constable had said he and other cops had been running around “like headless chickens”
Human Rights Watch is the latest major organisation to provide damning evidence of Israel's apartheid policies
Here are details of protests that have been advertised for Saturday 1 May and Monday 3 May against the police bill. Socialist Worker urges all its readers to take part.
Behind the rows between the Tories, there’s very real evidence that being friends with the government is good for business.
NEU union members at Marple and Cheadle Sixth Form College in Stockport were set to strike on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
It’s time to take to the streets in greater numbers to kill the Tories’ police bill.
Post Office bosses should be prosecuted for overseeing an outrageous miscarriage of justice, its victims have said.
Protests for Scottish independence are set for Saturday as the battle continues to keep the movement on the streets.
Does challenging a school’s policies warrant a visit from the cops?
Essex police seem to think so.
Around 400 bus workers at Go North West in Manchester are in the ninth week of an indefinite strike against fire and rehire.
“Let the bodies pile high in their thousands.” That was what Tory prime minister Boris Johnson said in response to the idea that there could be further lockdowns.