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Health workers in east London get organised at work to take on the racists


Health workers in east London are organising to take the fight against racism into their workplaces.

Rolls-Royce workers rev up as strikes against BMW’s pension robbery spread


Workers making Rolls-Royce cars in Goodwood, West Sussex, struck for the first time in almost 40 years last Friday.

Corbyn can turn his campaign into a revolt against the rich


Large rallies for Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn have shown what a strong and insurgent Labour election campaign could look like.

Fujitsu under fire as strikers hit trade fair


Unite union members walked out for 24 hours across IT giant Fujitsu’s sites on Monday.

Tenants beat rent hike at One Housing


Housing association tenants in West Ham, east London, scored a victory against their greedy landlords last week.

Ukip ‘crashed car’ as voters return to Tories


The racist Ukip party lost 144 of the 145 seats it contested in last Thursday’s local elections.

Scarborough protesters tell Tory MPs to frack off


While gloating Tory MPs were posing for photos by the seaside outside the count in Scarborough, fracking campaigners held a protest over a recent incident of sea pollution.

Post workers’ unofficial walkout forces Royal Mail bosses to lift reps’ suspension


Postal workers across Milton Keynes and Luton forced bosses into a climbdown from an attack on two union reps with an unofficial walkout on Monday.

Angry protesters take on Theresa May in Bristol - and chase away the Tories


A group of noisy protesters gathered to demonstrate against Theresa May when she spoke in Bristol on Tuesday evening.

South Koreans march on May Day as presidential election looms


South Korean workers marched in their tens of thousands on Monday. A presidential election is due on 9 May.

Support for Picturehouse workers grows in latest walkout


Cinema workers walked out across five Picturehouse sites in London on Monday and joined the May Day demonstration.

IPCC investigators didn’t know about shooters’ meeting, Anthony Grainger inquiry hears


The IPCC police watchdog was unaware of a meeting between Mark Duggan’s killer and the cop that shot Anthony Grainger, a public inquiry heard last week.

Campaigners hail victory after McDonald’s backs down over zero-hours contracts


Fast food chain McDonald’s has announced it will offer fixed-term contracts to workers who want them.

Children at Birmingham school to spend less time learning due to Tory funding cuts


A Birmingham school plans to slash two and a half hours’ teaching time from children each week because of Tory cuts.

Labour is right on the NHS pay cap - now get the fat cats out of the health service


Labour has pledged today, Wednesday, to scrap the Tories’ 1 percent pay cap for tens of thousands of health workers.

Rail workers rally against cuts that threaten safety


Hundreds of workers joined a protest outside Parliament in London, and strikes are coming.

Theresa May is a “bloody liar” says Sybil after Corbyn reads out her NHS question


A pensioner whose fears about going into hospital were ridiculed by Theresa May has slammed the Tory leader as a “bloody liar”.

Strong college strike in Scotland as EIS Fela members tell bosses, “Honour the deal!”


Over 4,600 lecturers across 20 further education colleges in Scotland struck today, Thursday. They have a simple message to their employers—“honour the deal” agreed 13 months ago.

Malia Bouattia losing NUS presidency is setback for left—but right haven't won


Malia Bouattia lost her campaign to be re-elected as National Union of Students (NUS) president yesterday, Wednesday.

Hundreds protest against Israeli ambassador Mark Regev at Soas


Hundreds of students and their supporters protested outside the School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) yesterday evening, Thursday, as Israeli ambassador Mark Regev spoke inside.

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