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Reports round up: UEL university cleaners fight for dignity at work


UEL cleaners fight for dignity at work

‘We are not with you’, Wigan charity strikers tell the bosses


Privatised health workers in Wigan and Leigh have launched a fresh round of strikes in their long-running fight for NHS rates of pay.

Post workers begin ballot in vital battle


Royal Mail postal workers began their second national strike ballot in recent months on Tuesday in a momentous battle over jobs, conditions—and the future of the industry.

Climate round-up: Activists follow school strike with forum to prepare for more action


Around 140 climate activists gathered to debate how to take the fight for ecological justice forward in Bristol on Saturday.

Labour left issue a call for movement outside of party


“No going back” is the new rallying cry for the left in the Labour Party.

Spread of coronavirus reveals fatal flaws in global health care


As the deadly disease spreads to new countries, Socialist Worker investigates why health care systems and pharmaceutical companies run for profit fail those most in need of help

Keep fighting as university strikes have bosses under pressure


Tens of thousands of university workers entered their third week of a wave of strikes on Monday. They need solidarity and an outgoing strike.

Tens of thousands march with Greta Thunberg in Bristol


School climate strikers poured on to the streets and demanded urgent action

Activists celebrate ruling against Heathrow third runway—but prepare to fight on


Activists were celebrating on Thursday after plans against Heathrow Airport expansion were blocked in a dramatic court ruling

Sixth form strikers ramp up pressure on colleges and Tories


Sixth form college workers struck over pay and funding - and escalation could be coming

Blood on Modi’s hands as riots sweep India’s capital


Anti-Muslim attacks have hit New Delhi - but there is also resistance

University strikers march and prepare for stronger resistance


Up to 1,000 university strikers, students and supporters marched through central London on Wednesday on the final day of a three-day strike.

‘No human should have to live like this’—Harmondsworth detainee speaks out


A partially-blind man who has lived, studied and worked in Britain since the age of 15 fears he could be deported to Jamaica.

Solidarity boosts university strikers on day four of their action


John McDonnell said, 'We will do all we can in parliament to support you. But on the streets is where we need to be.'

Cops go free after black man dies


The family of a black man who died in police custody is “devastated and outraged” that five police officers will not face disciplinary action.

Fight against transphobia


The Tories could drop plans to give trans people the right to self-identify under the guise of “protecting children”, according to the Sunday Times newspaper.

‘Locked in a detention centre, I work for £1 an hour’


The Tories have handed Serco a multimillion pound contract to run a further two immigration detention centres

Reports round-up: Anti-racism in Scotland, Addaction strike, RSCPA ballot and more


Health workers in Wigan and Leigh were set to launch five days of strikes over pay on Thursday.

‘We will strike until we win,’ say traffic wardens


Traffic wardens in Hackney, east London, have vowed to keep up the fight over pay and terms and conditions.

Strikers at the Foreign Office vow to fight on as latest phase of action comes to an end


The latest phase of action at the Foreign Office is ending, but the battle is not over, says Nick Clark

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