Anti-Muslim attacks have hit New Delhi - but there is also 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.
A partially-blind man who has lived, studied and worked in Britain since the age of 15 fears he could be deported to Jamaica.
John McDonnell said, 'We will do all we can in parliament to support you. But on the streets is where we need to be.'
The family of a black man who died in police custody is “devastated and outraged” that five police officers will not face disciplinary action.
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.
The Tories have handed Serco a multimillion pound contract to run a further two immigration detention centres
Health workers in Wigan and Leigh were set to launch five days of strikes over pay on Thursday.
Traffic wardens in Hackney, east London, have vowed to keep up the fight over pay and terms and conditions.
The latest phase of action at the Foreign Office is ending, but the battle is not over, says Nick Clark
Postal workers across Britain staged a fresh show of strength on Tuesday as they gear up to vote in a new national strike ballot.
The Bakerloo line of the London Underground ground to a halt last weekend as workers staged a solid four-day walkout from Friday of last week.
Workers across 34 sixth form colleges were set to strike on Thursday this week, demanding more funding and higher pay.
Workers at Brogan’s Cafe in Swindon were in a defiant mood as they began the second week of an indefinite strike over poor working conditions on Monday.
Tower Hamlets council workers in east London have backed strikes against a series of attacks on their pay, terms and conditions.
Julian Assange began his fight against extradition to the US in a London court on Monday.
Fury erupted outside the Duke of Wellington in west London last Saturday after racists assaulted a black man at the pub.
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Over 5,000 people joined an Extinction Rebellion march in London on Saturday, and it led to discussions on tactics
Workers took to the picket lines on Friday at 62 universities. Workers are fighting casual contracts, low pay, spiralling workloads, pay gaps and attacks on pensions.