A Muslim woman who disrupted the racist Ukip party’s general election launch today has called on people to “protest against the racists wherever they go”.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told a meeting in east London today, Saturday, that, “The papers say one thing, but the mood on the street tells me something very different.”
Prime minister Theresa May is running away from questions and callously indifferent to the malign effects of her policies.
The difference between what’s on offer at the general election from the Tories and Labour was underlined last week over workers’ rights.
PCS union general secretary Mark Serwotka says resistance must be increased in the run-up to 8 June - not put on hold.
The battle to stop Tory education cuts is growing.
Never mind kicking out the Tories and ending their hated austerity policies. For some in the Labour Party, the bigger prize is ousting leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Trade unionists took to the streets last bank holiday weekend to mark international workers’ day. Around 1,000 marched in Glasgow and over 2,000 in London.
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NUT union members at Forest Hill School were set to strike on Wednesday this week. The workers are fighting a planned £1.3 million cuts package that Labour-run Lewisham council is trying to impose.
Workers at Manchester Metropolitan University were furious after bosses banned the UCU union from holding a meeting on campus last week.
Viewing the results of Thursday’s Scottish council elections as purely a barometer of attitudes to independence, or of Brexit, would be a mistake.
Politicians lined up last week to criticise each others’ record over housebuilding.
Over 1,000 Northern rail train guards and drivers union struck last Friday.
A family of Iraqi refugees has compared their intimidation by racists on the streets to that by the Home Office.
Students at the School of African and Oriental Studies (Soas) in central London are set to protest next week against a planned visit by Israeli ambassador Mark Regev.
The snap general election on 8 June is an opportunity to kick the Tories out in favour of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party. And trade unionists are urging a fight to back Corbyn’s campaign.
Workers at three schools in south east London began a coordinated two-day strike against cuts on Tuesday of this week.
CWU union members could ballot in August for strikes following a debate at their annual postal conference in Bournemouth on Tuesday.
Several groups of workers are refusing to put their struggles to one side in the run-up to the general election and are holding successful strikes.