The full scale of water and soil poisoning in the area surrounding Grenfell Tower could be revealed by an investigation in the New Year.
Be prepared for an utterly nightmarish descent with director Lars Von Trier’s The House That Jack Built.
Striking GMB union members were joined by NEU union members who refused to cross their picket line.
A group of 15 protesters found guilty under terror legislation have vowed to keep up the fight against deportations.
Up to 200 people joined the Homes for All annual housing summit in London on Saturday.
Sorry to Bother You is heralded as a left wing cult classic full of laughs and sharp obervations. It deserves at least some of that reputation, says Shay Carroll
French president Emmanuel Macron has made more concession to the “Yellow Vest” protesters, but it has not stopped the revolt.
Traffic wardens in Camden launched a two-week strike on Thursday as part of their fight against low pay.
This winter could be the worst on record for frontline emergency care departments.
French cops have stepped up attempts to clear 1,500 refugees trapped at Britain’s border in Calais, northern France
As the far right gains in confidence, the left must unite to defeat it
Protests tell Tories—stop and scrap Universal Credit
Supporters of health worker Karen Reissmann were set to lobby a meeting of the Unison union’s national executive committee in London on Thursday.
Palestine solidarity activists were set to lobby Labour MP Ian Austin’s surgery in Dudley on Friday of this week.
The result of last month’s EIS Scottish teachers’ union ballot was a 98 percent rejection of the pay offer on a 74 percent turnout.
Workers at Ladywood Primary school in Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire, were overjoyed to hear last week that management had backed down from sacking nine dinner ladies at Christmas.
A fifth of the population in Britain is in poverty according to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation charity—and some four million are workers.
Nobody at the top of society knows what will happen in British politics in the next two weeks—including Theresa May. A crisis has struck at the heart of the government and the Tories.
Workers and parents at The Village School in Brent, west London, were celebrating after a plan to turn the school into an academy was halted.
Camden traffic wardens were preparing to return to the picket lines this week.