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M17: Report 1: Protesters gather across Britain to stand up to racism

SUTR demonstration 17 March 2018 London Protesters from across Britain are congregating in London, Glasgow and Cardiff for today’s Stand Up To Racism demonstrations.

Reject the Tories’ warmongering over Russia

Reject the Tories’ warmongering over Russia The Tories, the press and Labour right are all going for Jeremy Corbyn because he didn’t join in with their warmongering rhetoric over Russia.

Students occupy in solidarity with university strikes

Students occupy in solidarity with university strikes University strikes have inspired students on several campuses across Britain to occupy in solidarity—and raise their own demands for education.

600 workers occupy Hinkley Point site over unpaid wages

Hinkley Point occupation March 2018 'We will sit here until we get what we deserve,' say workers

Labour MP’s remarks fuelled racism

Labour MP’s remarks fuelled racism A recent report has shone a light on the impact of politicians’ racism—and the deep disillusion that exists with the establishment.

University bosses make new offer. They are in retreat but workers can win more

UCU lobby March 2018 This is the moment to increase the pressure, not withdraw it.

GALLERY - France: workers revolt against Macron

On 22 March public sector workers and railworkers struck and demonstrated against France's President Macron. 

From inside Yarl’s Wood: ‘Keeping people in here indefinitely is killing us’

Detainee speaks out as a House of Commons committee hears damning evidence of the regime at Yarl’s Wood

A million public sector workers strike in France against job cuts

Around a million French public sector workers struck and hundreds of thousands joined over 150 demonstrations nationwide on Thursday. A battle has also begun on the rail.

The cyclists taking back London’s streets

Swerving in and out of traffic in a pack of 3,000 cyclists may not sound like everyone’s idea of a good time, but it is for Jake.

Why celebrate Britain’s murderous past in Africa?

The British army plundered Africa—now it wants us to celebrate, writes Charlie Kimber

Campaigners slam undercover policing inquiry and storm out

Campaigners and their legal team have walked out of the inquiry into undercover policing demanding that its chairman Sir John Mitting stand down.

Health pay deal would cut wages and strengthen bosses in the NHS

 The proposals represent a real terms pay cut and managers get new powers

How revolution turned to horror in eastern Ghouta

Jad Bouharoun traces the rise and fall of the rebellion on the outskirts of Damascus

Reports round up: Water workers walk out against torrent of attacks

Around 1,000 Unite and Unison union members at United Utilities water treatment plants and offices in the North West of England struck last Friday and this Monday.

Are Royal Mail workers voting for a pension scheme that won’t exist?

The government could block attempts to introduce a new Royal Mail pension scheme that postal workers’ union leaders are promoting to their members

Outsourced British Museum workers protest in wake of Carillion collapse

Privatised workers at the British Museum protested on Tuesday to demand bosses bring them back in house after the collapse of outsourcing giant Carillion.

Big march planned to save Salford nurseries

We’re expecting an important protest this Saturday in the battle to save five nurseries in Salford, Greater Manchester.

Aberdeen bus strikes show mood to win on contracts

Aberdeen bus drivers struck on Monday of this week and planned to strike on Wednesday and Friday over the imposition of new contracts

New pay strikes to hit a dozen colleges

Workers at 12 colleges are set to strike next Tuesday in a row over pay.

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