Hundreds of health workers resisting the threat of outsourcing in Wigan borough plan to launch a five-day strike from Thursday of next week.
Baggage handlers and ground crew at London Gatwick Airport have scored a pay victory following their strike in March.
By walking out of parliament during the Brexit debates at Westminster last week Scottish National Party (SNP) MPs forced themselves to the top of news bulletins in Scotland.
Over 800 delegates attended the Unison union’s local government conference in Brighton on Sunday and Monday.
Theresa May was due to face a crucial test over Brexit in parliament this week, and possibly to suffer a damaging defeat.
Part fantasy, part war novel, Witchmark is set in an alternative early 20th century and makes for interesting reading.
Theresa May’s pledge to boost NHS funding through a £20 billion “Brexit dividend” backfired spectacularly on Monday.
The Tory rollout of Universal Credit (UC) unlawfully discriminates against disabled people, the High Court ruled last week.
Hundreds of refugees arrived in Spain on Sunday after more than a week stranded in the Mediterranean Sea.
Some 2,000 people marched from Downing Street to the Home Office on Saturday to demand justice for those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire.
A march in London on 30 June can help take on the Tories’ plans to push outsourcing and privatisation in the NHS ahead of the service’s 70th birthday, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The mood was sombre in North Kensington on Thursday as people remembered those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire.
Far right Islamophobe Anne Marie Waters and her supporters were humiliated in Lewisham, south east London, on Tuesday evening.
Workers at Tower Hamlets Community Housing (THCH) began the second week of their two- week strike on Monday.
Workers at seven care homes in Bath and North East Somerset struck over pay on Wednesday of last week.
Parents and teachers at Springfield School in Birmingham stood together on the picket line last Thursday against plans to make overworked teachers take on even more work.
Seventy years since it was founded, the NHS is in crisis.
US president Donald Trump caused a stink at the G7 summit of world rulers last weekend. He then aired the ruling classes’ dirty laundry on Twitter.
Every week brings another reason to take to the streets against Donald Trump when he comes to Britain on 13 July.
Home Care workers in Birmingham could launch a fresh wave of strikes in their fight to halt the imposition of harsh new shift patterns.