Labour has been cheered by the fact that some Muslims did not vote for their party.
Class shapes who lives and dies with Covid-19—and who will be hit hardest as restrictions are recklessly lifted.
Fight GKN bosses, but not with nationalism
Taxi service Uber has revealed that it will cut the pay of some of the workers that have been at the company for the longest.
Targeted strikes by workers at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) have caused a huge backlog of applications for renewed driving licences.
The Tories are about to launch a huge gamble over lockdown restrictions—and they are using our lives as their stake
Health campaigners and NHS workers across Britain on Saturday joined forces to do battle for the NHS.
Why have the poorest people in Britain paid the highest price during the pandemic?
The Tories are considering using the former Napier military barracks in Kent to house refugees for “another couple of years”.
In less turbulent times the opposition only just holding one of its seats would be regarded as a huge setback.
A new study of health workers shows that wearing a high grade FFP3 mask can provide up to 100 percent protection against Covid-19.
The Tories have announced a new way to shower private businesses with huge handouts from public funds.
Members of the UCU union are organising to unite the struggle for better pay and conditions across all of further and higher education
Gypsy, Roma and Traveller campaigners from across Britain are uniting in a grassroots-led campaign.
Strikers at Oaks Park High School in Redbridge, east London, protested against their Labour-run council for backing their bosses in a fight against victimisation
At least 30,000 demonstrators marched through central London on Saturday to call for an end to lockdown.
The Tories’ protest-smashing bill is due back in the House of Commons next week for discussion on amendments following the committee stage.
Unison union members working for Sandwell Leisure Trust in the West Midlands struck last Friday in a battle against fire and rehire.
Workers’ action at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has caused a backlog of work for bosses to sort out.
New health secretary Sajid Javid has been hired by Boris Johnson as a hitman.