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Militant marches demand Black Lives Matter across Britain


A monster march snaked through London on Sunday as tens of thousands of people protested to say Black Lives Matter. 

Arctic oil spill means environmental catastrophe


The destruction in Norilsk, Russia, is shaped by the connected issues of climate change and the profiteering interests of private companies.

Tens of thousands across Britain join Black Lives Matter protests


Tens of thousands of people joined Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests across Britain on Saturday.

Rage against racism fills streets of London


“Black Lives Matter” was the urgent call to arms ricocheting off government buildings in Whitehall, central London, on Saturday. 

Ten days that may have changed the world


Richard Greeman, a Marxist writer and activist best known for his work on Victor Serge, gives his analysis of the momentous US events

Wave of protests in Britain say Black Lives Matter


Anti-racists are gearing up for a weekend of Black Lives Matter protests in London and others towns and cities in Britain.

Police misconduct allegations dismissed in Anthony Grainger case


A retired assistant chief constable accused of misleading a public inquiry into the shooting of an unarmed man will not face misconduct proceedings.

Thousands across Britain take the knee in solidarity with George Floyd


People across Britain “took the knee” at 6pm on Wednesday to protest against the police murder of George Floyd.

Tens of thousands join angry anti-racist demonstration in London


A big, young and angry protest filled the streets of central London on Wednesday to demand justice for George Floyd and Belly Mujinga

Tories doctor report over black and Asian virus deaths


Black and minority ethnic (BAME) groups in England are up to twice as likely to die of coronavirus as their white counterparts, according to an official report published on Tuesday. 

As car bosses want job cuts, we need unity to resist


Auto bosses are setting workers against each other as they seek to restart profit-making.

Hong Kong’s National Security Law triggers new mass mobilisation


A continuous week of demonstrations shows the bravery of the people, youth and students. But some of the demonstrators also had limitations.

New ruling protects firms at Grenfell inquiry


Companies’ words to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry can’t be used as evidence against them, the government’s top lawyer has said. 

This militant movement shows we can fight back


An inspirational movement against police violence has taken on our rulers and terrified them. 

Keep up fight on schools return


The Tory plan to get many more children back into schools on 1 June has failed. It’s a significant setback for them—but the battle is far from over.

Cops arrest climate protesters


Around 2,000 climate rebels took to the streets on Saturday to demand “No going back” to environmental and ecological crisis. 

Derby care homes saved + BT terms fight + NHS safety scandals


In the face of a union campaign and mounting public pressure, Derbyshire county council last week announced a reversal of plans to close seven care homes in the county.

Blackburn and Coventry college workers face a battle over job cuts


The UCU union has denounced a plan by bosses at Blackburn College to slash jobs while giving top managers more money.

Rail strike call over plan for ‘volunteers’


The government has revealed an outrageous plan to use volunteers on the rail network, and unions have responded with a threat of strikes.

Outrage at south London incident


Anti-racists in south east London were set to protest on Wednesday of this week after footage showed a woman shouting, “I can’t breathe” as she was restrained by police in Lewisham.

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