Workers in east London finished their latest round of strikes by marching to demand the Labour council call off their attacks.
The government’s estimate of the number of people in England who have died from coronavirus was last week reduced by more than 5,000—leading to a wave of suspicion that it was an attempt to manipulate the figures.
Jordi Cuixart, president of the biggest pro-independence organisation in Catalonia, was interviewed by David Karvala, just as the Spanish Supreme Court sent Cuixart back to prison after a short period of parole in his nine-year sentence for organising protests
Overpriced, pre-packaged sandwiches shouldn’t be a matter of life and death, but for Greencore factory workers that could be the case.
Students marched in central London on Friday demanding that Tory education secretary Gavin Williamson resign. They chanted 'No Tories, no cheats, no Eton elites'.
Workers in east London have fired the opening shot in the latest round of council strikes.
The downgrading of student A-Level results across England and Wales is a disgraceful attack that has to be resisted.
Poor people are in a food crisis—with many showing “early signs” of malnutrition.
The Tories are scrambling to try and contain an outpouring of anger over student exam results. Fury at the downgrading of hundreds of thousands of students’ grades has pushed education secretary Gavin Williamson into a humiliating retreat.
Resistance to Belarusian president Aleksander Lukashenko’s regime is growing in the streets and workplaces.
Around 2,500 Debenhams workers were cruelly sacked by profiteering bosses on Tuesday, as the retail giant announced massive cuts in the department stores and warehouses.
People are paying with their lives as extreme weather hits across the world, reports Sarah Bates
UCU union activists planed protests and rallies on Thursday this week against mass job cuts and the gutting of education.
Activists at the forefront of the pay revolt have come out against union leaders’ attempts to dampen down workers’ demands.
Over 100 workers at the Tate galleries in London are set to strike next week over job cuts.
SUPPORT IS growing for Paul Holmes to be the next Unison union general secretary. Nominations for the post opened this week.
A THREE-DAY strike was set to hit Tower Hamlets council this week, with workers planning to walk out to defend terms and conditions.
The government is using racist scapegoating against desperate refugees trying to cross the English Channel and reach safety.
Boris Johnson has made it his “national priority” to get all children back to school next month regardless of whether it is safe.
Over 700 people gathered in Tottenham, north London, to protest against police brutality on Saturday.