At least 3,000 people packed into a Brexit Party rally in central London on Tuesday
The Tories faced a wipeout at this week’s European elections.
For the second time in his presidency, Donald Trump has threatened to destroy a whole country.
Far right parties in many parts of Europe were hoping for major gains in this week’s elections.
Stagecoach bus drivers in Preston and Chorley are preparing to strike again.
On the eve of the union’s conference, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka spoke to Socialist Worker’s Nick Clark
University workers and students protested against the far right Alternative fur Deutchland (AfD) party in central London on Friday of last week.
Campaigners were out to stop Nazi Tommy Robinson in the European elections right up to the vote on Thursday.
UCU union members will meet for their annual congress in Harrogate this weekend. Members in higher education are demanding the union acts to defend their USS pension scheme.
Thousands of college lecturers struck across Scotland on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.
About 180 workers at the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant in Cumbria began a ten-day strike over pay on Sunday.
Debates over the next steps in a pay fight in the civil service ran through the PCS union’s conferences this week.
A huge climate strike was set to sweep across the world this week as part of the latest Fridays for Future school student walkouts.
Workers are fighting to defend their movement from the old regime’s repression, writes?Charlie Kimber
Illegalised will disturb you deeply, and that is a good thing.
Beats recounts the Scottish free party scene in this well judged slice of 1990s nostalgia which makes political points too, writes Brian Claffey
Anti-fascists in Austria are celebrating after the collapse of the country’s Tory/Nazi coalition last weekend.
Who is the most successful British politician of the 21st century? The depressing answer, according to the election expert John Curtice, is Nigel Farage.
Thousands of students broke through police lines to storm government buildings in Algiers on Sunday.
Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at a new series of demands making waves in the environmental movement