Over 400 people joined the first online assembly of Now Scotland
Billionaire tax dodgers and other states have claimed millions of pounds from the Tories’ furlough scheme
The establishment has reacted with horror to the furious protest that erupted in Bristol on Sunday. Around 5,000 people joined a demonstration against the new Tory police bill that would make it much harder for people to protest.
Over 1,000 people tuned in to Stand Up To Racism’s (SUTR) #WorldAgainstRacism online rally on Saturday.
The clock is ticking for British Gas workers on strike as the threat of being fired and rehired could become reality on 31 March.
Anti-racist protests, rallies and online events were scheduled in at least 19 countries this weekend for the #WorldAgainstRacism days of action.
Anti-racists in towns and cities across Britain came out on Saturday to show resistance to racism.
Extraordinary events have rocked Further Education in Scotland in the national dispute over the replacement of lecturers by instructors
Some English care homes have imposed blanket “do not resuscitate” orders on residents during the pandemic—without their knowledge or consent.
A call to unite and resist the Tories’ protest-smashing Police Bill went out from an online meeting
This is living proof that protesting against the Tories’ attempt to scapegoat refugees works
A lack of safeguarding in football allowed perpetrators of sexual abuse “to hide and use their positions to ruin the lives of many children”.
London United bus drivers in west and south London struck on Wednesday over attacks on pay
Over 200 EIS union members at Forth Valley College, Scotland, began 18 days of strikes on Wednesday in an escalation of a dispute over jobs.
Taxi service Uber will now class its 70,000 drivers in Britain as workers with rights to the minimum wage, holiday pay and pensions.
MPs have taken another step towards making it much harder for people to protest in Britain.
Chants of “Kill the Bill” rang out in Parliament Square on Tuesday night. Thousands of people took to the streets against a new assault on the right to protest—as well as sexism and the police.
Reports suggest that the majority of local councils will impose further cuts. They’re caused by decades of austerity, not Covid-19, argue Sadie Robinson and Charlie Kimber
The scenes of police attacking protesters in Clapham sent the establishment into a mini meltdown.
Strong bus strikes in London and Manchester continue to confront the bosses’ attacks on both conditions and pay.