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Workers at central London universities call united action for equality


University workers in central London have called the “first ever combined strike of directly employed and outsourced workers in the history of higher education” on Wednesday.

Reports round-up: Hackney drivers walk out, gritters vote for action and more


Workers who grit roads in west Wales have voted to strike.

Strikers say no to school bullies at St Catherine’s School for Girls


NEU union members at St Catherine’s School for Girls struck on Tuesday of last week in a row over bullying.

HMRC workers’ fightback begins


Workers at an HMRC tax office in west London were set to strike for two half days on Thursday of this week and Thursday of next week.

Strike at East London college over low pay


Workers at the Tower Hamlets branch of New City College began a two-day strike over pay and conditions on Tuesday.

Bradford’s angry library workers won’t be silent


Library and museum workers in West Yorkshire began a five-day walkout on Monday of this week.

Support prisoners during the holiday season by sending a letter


As the holiday season approaches, Socialist Worker asks readers to write to political prisoners and those who have suffered at the hands of the system.

After CWU loses court appeal over Royal Mail strikes - now start the reballot


Postal workers were waiting to find out the next steps in the battle to defend their jobs and working conditions, as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.

Big Labour rallies show enthusiasm for Corbyn


As the Labour Party announced on Monday it would slash rail fares in government, Jeremy Corbyn supporters celebrated big turnouts at his rallies.

Rail strike on track to paralyse network


Hundreds of train guards began a huge programme of strikes against unsafe and unfair cost-cutting measures that jeopardise safety and their jobs.

UCU strikes see an ‘inspiring’ sixth day


UCU members staged big picket lines and rallies on Monday, on the sixth day of an eight-day strike. Many workers feel emboldened after a week of hugely successful action.

London Bridge killings are linked to imperialist war


The horrific killing of two people in a knife attack on Friday in London is being used to bolster right wing ideas. The crackdown has to be opposed.

Twenty years since the great Seattle anti-capitalist revolt


On 30 November 1999 demonstrations, street occupations and riots at a meeting of the World Trade Organisation signalled the birth of a new opposition to the people at the top of the political and economic system.

Hundreds of thousands join latest global climate strikes


Hundreds of thousands of activists who are part of the Fridays for Future movement demanded urgent climate action

No justice for Hillsborough families


Families of those who died in the Hillsborough disaster have reacted with disbelief and anger after David Duckenfield was found not guilty of manslaughter.

Take to the streets for the climate


 Striking school students will take action on Friday across many areas of Britain and large parts of the globe.

SNP manifesto launch underlines reasons to vote Labour


The issue the SNP placed front and centre was not independence or austerity but Brexit

UCU strike day three—new forces could join the battle


University strikers have been cheered by news that their union is set to reballot more branches

Corbyn shows Tories are patently trying to privatise the NHS


Jeremy Corbyn declared that “the election is now a fight for the survival of our NHS” after he revealed a Tory dossier on Wednesday.

Brexit Party wants tax cuts for rich, and racism


Nigel Farage unveiled the Brexit Party’s “contract with the people” last week. The document is effectively the party’s general election manifesto.

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