There were defiant scenes outside bin depots in east London on Monday as striking workers refused to let managers, scabs and lorries move.
A woman has been given the go-ahead to take the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to court over Universal Credit (UC) rules.
New chancellor Rishi Sunak may promise the end of austerity, but the cabinet isn’t interested in reversing a decade of cuts, benefit freezes and privatisation, argues?Sophie Squire
As the number of coronavirus cases rises in Britain, Socialist Worker looks at what needs to be done to contain it
Greta Thunberg has blasted the latest plan by the European Union (EU) commission to tackle carbon emissions as “empty words”.
People marched against deportations, and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urged people to take to the streets to “show our opposition to the rise of racism”
UCU union strikers report new faces on picket lines and strong support from students. But some union leaders are prepared to settle for well short of what workers deserve.
Campaigners have been boosted by the release—at least temporarily—of one person who had been readied for deportation.
Ricky Tomlinson, is probably best known as Jim 'My arse' Royle in the hugely popular Royle Family television comedy. He is a socialist who was jailed on trumped-up charges for his role in a strike in 1972. This week, as the cases were sent back to the Court of Appeal, Ricky spoke to Socialist Worker
A key demand of university strikers is wholly correct admit employers
As European border forces prepare to beat back thousands of refugees, the call needs to go out to let them in.
The PCS union has launched a campaign against the victimisation of leading rep Paul Williams.
Bosses at the South Western Railway (SWR) are braced for another round of strikes as workers battle to protect their jobs and passenger safety.
Workers at St Michael’s, St Bonaventure’s and St Bede’s schools in east London struck over academisation last week.
A man died from dehydration, malnutrition and hypothermia “in plain sight” in a detention centre, an inquest has found.
UEL cleaners fight for dignity at work
Privatised health workers in Wigan and Leigh have launched a fresh round of strikes in their long-running fight for NHS rates of pay.
Royal Mail postal workers began their second national strike ballot in recent months on Tuesday in a momentous battle over jobs, conditions—and the future of the industry.
Around 140 climate activists gathered to debate how to take the fight for ecological justice forward in Bristol on Saturday.
“No going back” is the new rallying cry for the left in the Labour Party.