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
Theresa May deliberately created a racist “hostile environment” in order to discourage migrants and refugees coming to, or staying in, Britain.
I’ve been frustrated to see headlines blame drill music for the recent rise in stabbings in London.
The events last week to show solidarity with Muslims were very important and can be the basis for future campaigning work.
Health bosses in Wigan want to outsource 900 of us porters, cleaners and security staff to WWL Solutions Ltd.
The hypocrisy around the gruesome attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal is sickening. As if the Russian secret service dreamt up the practice of poisoning civilians all on its own.
Plus, food and capitalism, voting rights and sexism in the media
Austrian revolutionary socialist group Left Turn Now scored an important victory against the fascist Freedom Party last week
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There’s a lot of desperation here in Calais.
Plus We must defend the NHS, keep cash for the councils and cop spies
Rashan Charles, who died in east London last year, was the latest in a long line of young black men killed after contact with the police.
The UCU union’s fantastic ballot result last Monday should give every worker a real boost.
Spare a thought for John McDonnell this week. He’ll be abandoning his comfort zone to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.
As a resident of Scarborough—Britain’s low-pay capital—I was uplifted to learn of Jeremy Corbyn’s plans to get Labour campaigning in “left behind” communities.
A recent court ruling could mean that councils won’t have to grant compensation to victims of abuse that they failed to protect.
My mother sadly passed away last May and the tenancy of our flat was transferred to me. I was told to move onto Universal Credit.
I was the only teacher to be found guilty as a result of the Trojan Horse allegations in Birmingham. It was one of the most politicised cases in education the country has ever seen.