Joe Delaney, a Grenfell Tower fire survivor, told Alistair Farrow about the incompetence and indifference of the council
Anti-fascists took to the streets to oppose the Nazis in Birmingham and London today, Saturday.
Over 1,000 protesters marched through central London today, Saturday, as two demonstrations united to take on the Tories.
Bitter anger against the police burst onto the streets of east London last night, Sunday.
If the inferno victims are to see any kind of justice the buck can’t stop at the local council, argues Alistair Farrow
New polls have shown left wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn pushing his party to success. But right wing MPs and activists are already finding ways to drag it back to the right.
As rail unions announced new strikes, a long-buried report by former Virgin Trains executive Chris Gibb blamed them for the mess at Southern rail.
Teachers at a number of London schools struck this week against cuts and the threats to education.
Around 1,000 outsourced hospital cleaners in east London are planning a programme of hard-hitting action against multinational Serco.
Social workers at Kirklees Council in West Yorkshire were set to strike on Wednesday and Thursday of next week.
Police have reported a surge in Islamophobic “hate crimes” after the Manchester and London Bridge terror attacks last month.
A court ruling slapped down Tory attempts to curb the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign last week—giving a boost to pro-Palestinian campaigners.
Teaching assistants (TAs) across County Durham are gearing up to reject a deal cooked up by the Labour-run council and union officials.
Since his re-election as Unison general secretary in December 2015 Dave Prentis’ leadership has been rocked by scandal and former allies now challenge his leadership.
British Airways (BA) cabin crew were set to begin a two-week walkout this Saturday against the firm’s policy of removing their staff travel concessions.
Lecturers and other university workers in the UCU union at Leeds University struck last Thursday.
The Supreme Court has narrowly rejected an appeal demanding that women in Northern Ireland should receive free abortion services on the NHS in England.
Years of cuts to council budgets, the fire brigade, and the deliberate running-down of council estates are the context of this tragedy
Hundreds of people came from all over Britain to offer solidarity to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, and to demand answers.