Hundreds of rebels occupied the junction outside Bank underground station—under the shadow of the Bank of England
Around 20,000 people marched through London
March organisers Extinction Rebellion said 30,000 people marched
Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists staged two more major direct actions in central London on Friday—the fifth day of their International Rebellion.
David Duckenfield's actions “contributed substantially” to the deaths of 96 football fans, a court has heard.
The Revolutionary Socialist Workers Party (Dsip) in Turkey calls for peace and support for refugees
Climate protesters occupied London City Airport
Chaotic scenes filled the streets of central London as police fought to throw Extinction Rebellion protesters off the streets
An unofficial strike over alleged racism and victimisation has ended after Royal Mail bosses used strikebreakers and a court injunction.
Protest at HS2 site PLUS action at Greenwich council, eCourier, Forbo flooring and London Underground
Health workers working for subcontractor Compass have announced a fresh wave of strikes in their pay fight.
People queued the length of Northumberland Road before the event
The Extinction Rebellion (XR) rising in London at the start of this week was defiant, determined and a huge boost to the climate movement.
Strikes in west London have pushed Brent council to reconsider a plan to close a school.
Library and museum workers in West Yorkshire have announced 14 days of strikes against millions of pounds of cuts.
The UCU union has called 14 more days of strikes at Nottingham College next month, where workers are engaged in a battle against punitive new contracts.
Outsourced caterers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) marched back to work victorious on Monday morning, ending an indefinite strike.
New revelations have shown that failed travel firm Thomas Cook paid out over £20 million in fees to lawyers, major accounting groups, and leading restructuring advisers just days before it crashed.
The first day of Extinction Rebellion’s (XR) occupation of London on Monday was shaped by resistance—and police repression.
Thousands of rebels poured onto the streets of central London early on Monday morning to demand urgent and dramatic action on the climate emergency.