Test for bosses from Large Goods Vehicle examiners
Hundreds of health workers in Berkshire and Surrey were set to launch a three-day walkout against privatisation on Wednesday this week.
Migrants, Muslims and minorities fear attacks in the wake of Boris Johnson’s win.
Rage against the Tories was on the streets of towns and cities across Britain last week.
Boris Johnson had a spring in his step after the Tories’ resounding win over the Labour Party in the general election last week.
The general election saw Northern Ireland return more non-unionist than unionist MPs to Westminster for the first time.
A demonstration for Scottish independence in Glasgow on 11 January is set to be huge.
The United Nations’ Cop 25 conference said it would focus on stopping climate change. Instead it showed world leaders are unable to protect the planet, says Sarah Bates
Privateering prime minister Boris Johnson was set to announce plans to attack workers’ rights in the queen’s speech this week.
Rage against the Tories was on the streets of London on Friday evening as around 2,000 people joined a demonstration outside Downing Street.
Labour Party members, socialists and campaigners spoke to Socialist Worker on Friday about what the general election has shown and how to build resistance to the Tories.
In a bitter blow the Tories have won a substantial majority in parliament after Thursday’s general election.
A great wave of hope swept through people at Corbyn’s election rally on Wednesday night.
Protesters in Hong Kong staged their biggest demonstration in six months last Sunday.
Algerian workers began a four-day general strike last Sunday to protest against a fraudulent presidential election scheduled for this week.
Top bosses have shown their contempt for democracy by taking measures to avoid Labour’s renationalisation plans.
The Financial Times newspaper and The Economist refused to call for a vote for the Tories.
Boris Johnson doesn’t care about the NHS—or the deaths and pain caused by Tory cuts.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party went into this Thursday’s general election in turmoil, running at just 3 percent in opinion polls.
A mass rally in Bristol showed the potential behind Corbyn’s campaign, despite sneering from sections of the media