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Council chiefs resign as pressure builds for Grenfell justice campaign


The campaign for justice for the people murdered at Grenfell Tower has scored some successes in the past week—and it can push on for more.

Striking Forest Hill teachers warn cuts will harm learning


NUT union members at Forest Hill School struck for three days last week in a longrunning battle against cuts.

Warnings ignored in a Tory bonfire of regulations


The Tories and their friends in the right wing press have been working overtime to spread the blame for the Grenfell Tower murders around. They also want to deflect attention from a culture at the top of the Tory party.

Failings that led to Jersey child abuse went right to the top, inquiry finds


The failings that left children in care open to abuse in Jersey went right to the top of the political system, an inquiry has found. It added that children there “may still be at risk”.

Workers set to take action on rail networks


A series of walkouts are set to begin on three rail networks across England this weekend

Low-paid hospital workers strike to raise wages


1,000 mainly migrant health workers in east London launched a three-day walkout

Huge demo in London shows the mood to get the Tories out - and for an alternative


Last week’s protest showed ordinary people’s determination to fight—and optimism about winning real change

Victory as Tories back down over abortion rights for women from Northern Ireland


The government has been forced to allow women from Northern Ireland to access free abortions in England

Increase in acid attacks as the state sanctions Islamophobia against Muslims


A white man poured acid in two Muslims’ faces in a ‘hate crime’ in London last week—a sign that the government’s anti-terror strategy is stirring up racism, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans

Top cop faces manslaughter trial for Hillsborough deaths


David Duckenfield has been charged with manslaughter by gross negligence in relation to the Hillsborough disaster

Furious residents march against Haringey Labour council's social cleansing plans


Up to 1,000 tenants, residents and their supporters marched on Haringey Civic Centre in north London last night, Monday. 

Picturehouse strikers defy bosses' attacks on their union


Bosses at the Picturehouse cinema chain thought that victimising trade unionists would take the wind out of workers’ sails. 

VIDEO - Not one day more - Tories out demonstration


Footage and voices from the demonstration

BA flying pickets are determined to bring bloody awful bosses back down to earth


British Airways (BA) cabin crew were back on the picket lines at London Heathrow airport today, Saturday. 

GALLERY - Pictures of Tories Out, Not One Day More demo, London, 1 July


Tens of thousands of people joined an angry march against the Tories.

Huge demonstration in London says the Tories must go now


A great wave of defiance against Theresa May’s government swept through central London today, Saturday

Thousands join People's Assembly protest to say, get the Tories out


Thousands of people from across Britain have descended on central London today, Saturday, to demand an end to the Tory government. The protest, called by the People's Assembly, is being held under the banner, "Not one more day - Tories out, no more austerity".

Acid attacks are result of Islamophobia and racism


The police are searching for a 24 year old white man after a horrific acid attack on two Muslims in Newham, east London, last week.

As shocking new figures show suffering under the Tories, march to end their rule


Millions of people are struggling to feed themselves and heat their homes, raiding their savings and spending less.

Tory councillors ban Grenfell survivors from their first meeting since blaze


Survivors of the Grenfell Tower are banned from the first meeting of senior councillors since the disaster because the Tory council fears protest.

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