Socialist Worker readers write in on Iain Duncan Smith's resignation, Tory plans for academisation, international war crimes, the German elections, and more
News that the number of zero hours contracts has risen in the last year by over 100,000 to 801,000 shows just what the Tories’ “recovery” really means.
The Tories’ trade union bill was debated in the House of Lords again on Wednesday. This is an attack on the last bastion of resistance to the Tories’ destruction of public services.
Tory-run Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea councils are lobbying the government for more powers to move homeless people out of London.
I’m delighted that Socialist Worker has come out boldly in favour of a “Leave” vote in the forthcoming referendum on European Union (EU) membership.
Last week was half term for many teachers in England. Over 50 of us joined other trade unionists in a delegation of Trade Unionists for Calais to the refugee camp.
Fans score victory over football bosses' ticket price hikes
Readers write in on the Islamophobia and racism, debate Syriza's record in office, Labour and Momentum, plus more.
I live in West Northumberland and helped found Tynedale Flood Appeal to help flood victims.
Esol teachers slam Cameron's cuts hypocrisy and a warning from a former prisoner
On the London Recruits, racism against refugees, and who really backed the junior doctors' strike
I’m a disabled pensioner at risk of pneumonia, and I’ve been living in the upstairs of a damp house since the floods on Boxing Day.
The racism at the heart of Israeli society was exposed last month when a video from a wedding of two settlers was released.
Our house in Lancaster was one of 55,000 homes without electricity for two days after Storm Desmond.
Our readers respond to Labour's crisis over Syria; the Greek government's deal with Israel; and the failures of the left in Uruguay, plus more
Members of Nottingham Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) were disgusted to learn that the Co-op—of all banks—is closing all PSC accounts after to reviewing its “risk appetite”.
The recent budget deal in Northern Ireland is an attack on ordinary people, our services and a handout to big business. It is not the “fresh start” touted by the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and Sinn Fein.
Bute shows how anti-refugee racism can be pushed back
I read with interest your article on child abuse (Socialist Worker, 7 November).
Last week the Guardian newspaper published a statement signed by 343 British academics pledging not to cooperate with Israeli academic institutions. By Friday this list had risen to over 500.