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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.
The “Chennai Six” are no doubt going to get a heroes welcome when they finally return.
Schools inspectorate Ofsted’s decision to question Muslim girls wearing a hijab is racist.
There have been reports that an explosive device was found inside HM Prison Risley last week.
A campaign to defend South Yorkshire Women’s Aid has been receiving an absolutely fabulous response from the trade unions.
Revelations about the extent of sexist abuse in Hollywood and Parliament are shocking. But if you’re a woman worker in 2017, sexual harassment at work is rife.
The minister for universities, Jo Johnson, is on the warpath for freedom of speech, he claims.
There’s a lot of hurt among Durham teaching assistants (TAs) after the latest pay deal was accepted.
I’ve been sickened, but not surprised, by the recent exposure of film producer Harvey Weinstein’s horrific treatment of women in the film industry.
Boris Johnson’s latest comments on Libya have rightly provoked anger.
Irish women are still denied autonomy over their bodies and the right to choose.