Disputes involving members of the GMB, Unite, IWGB and UCU unions
Dame Cressida Dick’s contract to lead the Metropolitan Police is to be extended for another two years, home secretary Priti Patel, confirmed last week.
Around 40 drivers working at Booker Retail Partners at its Thamesmead site in south east London have voted unanimously for strikes.
Over 1,000 people joined a march for Scottish independence last Saturday in Stirling.
ScotRail workers in the RMT union are continuing their strikes despite attacks from bosses and the Scottish National Party (SNP).
Anger against the 'jamborees of death' confronts the weapons merchants
Socialists in Syria are warning that the regime of the ruler Bashar al-Assad is trying to crush the last centres of revolutionary resistance.
The lives of around a million people are set to be thrown into chaos when the Tories close the furlough scheme at the end of the month.
Anti-war activists are staging protests and direct action outside a major arms fair in Newham, east London.
Private rents outside London are rising at their fastest rate for 13 years.
British border guards could gain the power to stop, board and instantly send back refugee boats in the English Channel.
Few things better illustrate the broken social care system in England than the 170,000 staff vacancies expected by the end of the year.
Trade unionists and anti-fascists rallied in south London to say ‘Afghan refugees are welcome’ and to oppose racism, reports Michael Holland
The Tories are pressing ahead with a £20 a week cut to Universal Credit. Two claimants told Socialist Worker how it will hit them
Now that Sharon Graham has taken over as general secretary of the Unite union, activists are discussing how to implement promises that were made during the election campaign.
Around 100 people joined a solidarity rally for victimised union rep Paul Holmes on Monday as his disciplinary hearing began.
Scottish GMB union members in local government have moved closer to industrial action.
The Scottish National Party (SNP), which is sometimes thought to be a “radical” alternative, is telling rail workers not to strike.
The Tories have unveiled a scheme that they say will deal with the social care crisis. It is a piece of class warfare favouring the rich and making workers pay.
'We’ve been explicit about the need to rebel against the system, and that it is an emergency,' said one protester