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Key tests for anti-racists - hold the streets against Donald Trump and the fascists


Anti-racists are building opposition to the renewed threat of the British far right regrouping.

VIDEO - Wigan hospital strikers join tens of thousands on march for NHS


Workers fighting privatisation in Wigan joined the big demonstration in central London to mark the NHS's 70th anniversary

Big demonstration of people fighting for the NHS and against the Tories


Anger against the Tories' assault on the NHS was on the streets of London on Saturday.

Tens of thousands of people take to the streets to defend the NHS


Tens of thousands of people gathered for the NHS at 70 national demonstration in central London this Saturday.

Postal workers strike back against bullying management


Postal workers at a Royal Mail delivery office in Ferndale, South Wales, staged an unofficial strike on Tuesday and Wednesday over problems with management.

Reports show lies, kidnap and torture at the hands of the British state


 The evidence—just a glimpse of the true situation—should shatter any talk of the superiority of “British values”.

Wigan hospital workers strike against outsourcing and privatisation


Hundreds of hospital workers across Wigan took to picket lines on Thursday after bosses agreed to push ahead with plans to outsource 900 jobs.

European leaders wash their hands of drowning refugees


Italy’s racist interior minister Matteo Salvini told rescue ships to let refugees drown in the Mediterranean Sea on Sunday.

End Trump’s racist rule


As Donald Trump’s policies lock up migrants and their children, we all need to take to the streets when he makes his visit to Britain, writes Alistair Farrow

Scottish independence march keeps pressure on the Tories...and the SNP


Some 15,000 people joined the latest march for Scottish independence last Saturday in Stirling.

Fight for democracy rages on in UCU university workers union


A recall congress of the UCU union will go ahead—and will debate motions critical of general secretary Sally Hunt.

News in brief—Activists stop Grenfell firm


Children are left dirty because of poverty, according to a survey.

Hypocrites vote for the expansion of Heathrow


Activists and residents have vowed to fight on against the catastrophic runway plans, writes Sarah Bates

Teachers’ strike to stop academy scam in Greenwich


NEU union members at the John Roan secondary school in Greenwich, south east London, took their second of seven planned days of strikes on Tuesday.

Back this crucial strike to stop NHS privatisation


As tens of thousands of people from across Britain prepare to come to London this weekend and demonstrate for the NHS, health workers are readying themselves for more strikes.

New battle by care workers in Bath and Somerset against pay attack


Some 120 care workers are striking against plans to wipe up to £1,200 from their pay packets

Workers shut down East Dunbartonshire council services over attacks on conditions


A four-day strike has brought huge sections of East Dunbartonshire council to a standstill

Education round up: Langdon Park teachers discuss new offer ahead of strike


Teachers and support workers at Langdon Park School in Tower Hamlets, east London, were considering a new offer from management as Socialist Worker went to press.

Reports round-up: No welcome for the Ineos fracking plan in Derbyshire


Over 100 anti-fracking campaigners from North Derbyshire and beyond gathered outside Chesterfield Assembly Rooms last week.

PCS members say, ‘Let’s get a huge strike vote over pay in the civil service’


Civil service workers were set mount payday ­protests on Friday as part of a national day of action.

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