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Housing is a ‘safe place’ for money, say rich property developers


Property developers, politicians and investors descended on Kensington Olympia in west London to carve up the housing market

Most Grenfell survivors still wait for new homes


Only ten out of 203 Grenfell Tower households have found permanent housing. Most are still waiting to be rehoused four months after the fire.

Labour’s Starmer says he will work with Tory ‘rebels’ over Brexit


Labour will collaborate with Tory MPs in parliament over legislation about leaving the European Union (EU), shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer has said.

Humiliated May faces deepening Tory crisis


Rows rumble on in the Tory party, but it will take struggle to get them out, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans

Stop the pensions robbery—keep up pressure in the post


Workers are defiant despite Royal Mail bosses’ legal challenges to strikes, reports Nick Clark

Croydon defendants deny Reker attack


The trial of six people charged with violent disorder in relation to events that left Kurdish teenager Reker Ahmed fighting for his life is underway at Croydon crown court.

Half a million demonstrate in Barcelona against Spanish state’s crackdown


Around half a million people demonstrated in Barcelona on Saturday.

Stand Up To Racism conference calls for a mass movement to stop the right


A call to build a mass movement against racism went out from the Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) conference in central London on Saturday.

VIDEO - Postal workers show Royal Mail they won't back down


 Postal workers marched in central London on Thursday, a week after their bosses in Royal Mail went to the courts to stop them from striking

Defeat on Universal Credit vote exposes Tory weakness


The government knew it would lose, so it ordered Tory MPs not to take part in a parliamentary vote on the introduction of the harsh new Universal Credit benefit regime.

Hundreds demonstrate against the pay cap


Anger against the Tories' 1 percent public sector pay cap was on the streets of central London on Tuesday night.

Officers in Edson Da Costa case face misconduct probe


Five cops are to be investigated for potential misconduct over the death of Edson Da Costa

Suspects of assault on Croydon refugee in dock


The trial of the people who allegedly attacked Reker Ahmed has begun

Bus drivers’ walkouts can beat pay disparity


Some 2,000 bus workers at Arriva North West were set to walk out over pay on Thursday.

Unison union leaders let down the lions of Durham in TA dispute


Durham teaching assistants (TAs) in the Unison union have voted to accept a pay offer from the Labour-run council.

Fight for strikes as union bashing Royal Mail fat cats cream £500,000 a day


Royal Mail fat cats have been paid more than £500,000 a day since privatisation, new figures revealed on Tuesday of this week.

Activists organise solidarity after Muslims and Jews suffer attacks


Stand Up To Racism activists responded to attacks in Wigan and Leeds last week.

Anger against bosses’ ‘sacking clause’ sees large picket lines at Leeds University


Workers at Leeds University are buoyant after holding their first ever three-day strike last week.

Haringey council sells off Love Lane estate


The Love Lane estate in Haringey, north London, is set to be sold off to property developers Lendlease.

Claimants speak out - ‘Tory Universal Credit means I have no money to buy food’


The Tories’ new Universal Credit benefit scheme is plunging people into debt, homelessness and food poverty.

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