Workers in universities across Britain are voting on whether to strike over cuts to their pension scheme, unsafe workloads, casualisation and against inequalities
The Bank of England is preparing to raise interest rates in a move that will hit millions of mortgage payers and private renters.
As winter approaches, the Tories deadly Covid-19 policies are once again threatening to “let the bodies pile high”. The number of Covid-19 cases reached almost 50,000 on Monday—the highest reported since 17 July.
The “progressive” and “moderate” face of US mass murderers is dead. Colin Powell, who died on Monday, helped to sell the 2003 invasion of Iraq to the world.
Devastating damage caused by wildfires in Greece this year has now given way to widespread flooding.
At least 43,000 people may have been wrongly given a negative Covid-19 test result, the UK Health Security Agency has said.
Boris Johnson won the 2019 general election by promising to “get Brexit done”. Like all his other promises, this was broken.
Italy’s unions rallied last Saturday, calling on the government to ban fascist groups involved in the previous weekend’s violent protests against a Covid health pass.
In October 2011, there were brutal scenes as police evicted Travellers from their homes in Dale Farm in Essex which was Europe’s largest traveller site.
Workers at five colleges in London and Liverpool struck for a third week last week and already strikes have forced the bosses to make concessions
Groups of workers are preparing to strike in Glasgow during the Cop26 international climate conference. They are right to do so.
Politicians and the press want to use the murder of a Tory MP last week to silence anger at the government.
Around 150 people attended an early morning protest march on Tuesday of last week against the AOC Electronic Warfare arms fair.
Weetabix strikers in Northamptonshire remain solid in their action against the company’s fire and rehire threats that will see some lose up to £5,000 a year.
A fantastic solidarity day took place on the Clarks workers’ picket line in Street in Somerset .
“We are not just arms and legs, we’re not ten a penny” were some of the chants ringing out on the foggy picket line at the Serco Derbyshire Dales refuse depot.
Creating a soundscape from myriad genres, this band also deals in the very serious business of musical witticisms.
This week social media was set ablaze after pop artist Jesy Nelson released her new solo track Bad Boys featuring Nicki Minaj.
Racists, sexists and homophobes have to be challenged, but the state won’t help us
Taiwan, an island about 100 miles east of China, is at the centre of imperialist rivalries.