The cops’ crackdown on knife crime is failing—even on its own authoritarian terms.
For the first time ever, the world had more than 3,000 billionaires in 2020.
A NEU union rep at Shrewsbury Colleges Group in Shropshire has been sacked after taking a stand against racism in their workplace.
New term signals big battles ahead for university and college workers
If Britain’s vaccine hoarding and uptake trends continue, it will take the world’s poorest countries until 2078 to vaccinate their populations
The Labour Party is throwing oppressed people under the bus in a bid to win over Tory voters.
The Tories and right wing media have launched huge attacks on the climate action group, Insulate Britain. But Sophie Squire argues that in the face of government inaction and repression it’s right for protests to be disruptive
Furious health workers are pushing unions to step up the fight after record-breaking votes to reject the Tories’ imposed 3 percent “pay rise”.
Privatisation and deregulation mean swathes of people could lose their gas supplier—and the people to blame want us to pay
Paul’s bosses at Kirklees council suspended him in November 2019.
‘Pride is not for profit,’ say Merseyside marchers
Over 300 drivers and supervisors on the Greater Manchester Metrolink tram network were set to strike this weekend over pay.
A “just transition” for workers is a phrase that was initially coined by trade unions and taken up by environmental activists and NGOs alike.
The reshuffle tells us something about where the Tories are going.
Fifty years ago prisoners in a US jail exploded in revolt. Sam Ord looks at the resistance—and the state’s revenge
Cops arrested almost 50 people on Friday on suspicion of conspiracy to cause a public nuisance.
Over 90 percent of nurses in the RCN union have said no to the government’s insulting 3 percent offer.
Workers’ living standards have taken another hammering after inflation rose at its fastest recorded rate last month.
Black people were more likely to be stopped by cops, threatened or subject to police violence and falsely accused of rule-breaking and wrong-doing during the pandemic.
Labour leader Keir Starmer promised very little for workers and rank and file trade unionists when he spoke to the TUC union congress on Tuesday.