Parents have forced a Birmingham school to drop LGBT+ education, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The jury is considering its verdicts in the trials of two men charged with offences relating to the Hillsborough football disaster.
Thousands of trade unionists were set to rally in Swindon this Saturday in a bid to stop the town’s Honda car plant from closing.
Tommy Robinson and the racist Ukip party are trying to profit from the Brexit crisis
On Saturday the French interior minister cheered on a massive escalation of state repression.
According to director Jordan Peele, Us is about “the simple fact that we are our own worst enemies”. It follows his wildly popular and critically acclaimed Get Out.
Over eight million deaths a year. Higher rates of kidney disease, diabetes and strokes. Increased risk of lung and heart diseases, dementia and chronic illnesses that can begin in the womb and last a lifetime.
Kedisha Brown-Burrell is demanding that the “police are held to account” on the 8th anniversary of her brother’s death.
Thousands of college lecturers across Scotland held their fourth national strike over pay and conditions on Thursday.
UCU union members at four colleges began the second day of a three-day strike on Thursday
Five mosques in Birmingham were attacked with sledgehammers in the early hours of Thursday.
Civil service workers at a west London tax office struck on Wednesday in a fight to save jobs.
The defence has concluded its summing up in the trial of David Duckenfield and Graham Mackrell.
A new wave of mass mobilisations has been on the rise for many weeks in Algeria, and over the past three months in Sudan.
Workers at four colleges in England began a three-day strike on Wednesday in the “third wave” of a battle over pay and conditions.
Hundreds of workers staged a dramatic wildcat strike on Monday at Soas University of London
College lecturers across Scotland and in nine colleges in England were set to strike over pay and conditions this week.
The Unite union has called a march and rally against the closure of the Honda car plant in Swindon
The Tories’ Brexit crisis has descended further into farce. But behind the absurdity is a deep panic in the ruling class.
Workers in the civil service began balloting for national strikes on Monday in a fight to smash low pay