Protests have erupted across the US after the police officers who killed Breonna Taylor in March were not charged for her death.
Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak announced another bailout package for bosses on Thursday as the coronavirus crisis deepens.
Keir Starmer has sacked three Labour MPs for voting against a bill that protects British war criminals. It was the first sign that his new love of patriotism and security means defending Britain’s crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan.
An asylum seeker in Glasgow is refusing to end a hunger strike until the Home Office allows him to stay in Britain.
The project manager responsible for overseeing work on Grenfell Tower’s cladding system didn’t properly understand safety warnings, an inquiry has heard.
Workers at Soas University of London have pushed back compulsory redundancies by threatening strikes.
Gallery workers at the Tate keep up fight after more than a month of all-out strike
Campaigning women have suffered another setback in their battle against the raising of their state pension age from 60 to 66
The Labour Party replaced its annual conference this year with what was meant to be a showcase for its new leadership. It was supposed to be all about “winning back trust” from people who abandoned it in the 2019 general election.
Alcohol and drug rehabworkers in Wigan and Leigh launched a ten-day walkout on Monday in their long-running fight for pay equality.
Workers at Burton’s won’t let bosses take the biscuit
A second wave of coronavirus in Britain is imminent as cases continue to rise.
School strikers around the world were set to take action this Friday to demand that governments take the climate emergency seriously
The Tories’ drive to push people back to work—and reopen the economy—has plunged Britain into a second wave of coronavirus infections
The national day of action came a month after Abdulfatah Hamdallah drowned in the English Channel.
A group of prominent Palestinians in Britain have written an open letter to the Labour Party insisting on their right to call Israel—and its founding ideology Zionism—racist.
Tory test-and-trace tsar Dido Harding said the demand for tests was three to four times higher than capacity
Dangerous cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower remains on hundreds of residential buildings
A group of care workers have won a significant legal victory that ruled they should be paid for time spent travelling between clients
People will continue to be made homeless despite an extension of the ban on eviction enforcement announced by the Tories last week.