A report on economic justice from the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) calls for reforms to the UK economy
There was more evidence last week that the full support Donald Trump’s administration is giving to the occupation and ethnic cleansing of Palestine is unprecedented.
It appears that Jamie Oliver has stirred up controversy over his jerk rice recipe. Good on him.
Some Trade union leaders have said that Jeremy Corbyn should accept the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of antisemitism with all of its examples (Socialist Worker, 15 August).
Police attacked an anti-fascist demonstration in downtown Portland, Oregon, on 4 August.
Right wing slurs won’t get rid of abuse from a sick society
I went to Scarborough & Whitby Labour Party’s recent election campaign launch to ask parliamentary candidate Hugo Fearnley to help build the local movement against racism and fascism.
Oxfordshire saw a fantastic outpouring of anger against Donald Trump’s visit to the UK.
On Sunday 2 July the Turkish state crushed Istanbul’s LGBT+ Pride celebrations for the third year in a row.
Our Unison union branch at University College Hospital in London voted to donate £2,000 to the Wigan hospital workers who struck and won against privatisation (Socialist Worker,
I live in Mossley, near the Saddleworth Moor fire that raged for almost a week.
A year on from 72 avoidable deaths in Grenfell it’s disgusting to see Theresa May and housing minister James Brokenshire appropriating the green heart badges, which have become a commemorative symbol of Grenfell.
The streets of Tel Aviv were filled with rainbow flags alongside Israeli ones as thousands took to the streets for their 20th annual Pride march recently.
The University of London spent £415,000 on security when students held a sit-in in support of striking outsourced cleaners (Socialist Worker, 26 April 2018).
Stories about family separation and the detention of so-called unaccompanied minors in the US have really had a ton of attention over the last few days.
The enforced resignation of Ken Livingstone from the Labour Party will be deeply disturbing to many socialists and activists both in and beyond Labour
As I watched events in Gaza unfold on the news, I was astounded by utterly obscene contrasting pictures.
At a recent workplace meeting organised by the Unison union in Camden, north London, about 150 came to hear Gary Younge speak. It was on “50 years since the assassination of Martin Luther King, why Black Lives Matter”.
We have lost, but we have won much, and we are not defeated
Food bank usage has shot up in areas where Universal Credit has been rolled out in full