Up to a thousand people joined a march on Saturday to demand justice for the 72 people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire.
The government in Hong Kong has suspended a planned bill that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China. The climbdown follows huge demonstrations.
There was sorrow on the march but also anger at the system that produced the conditions for it to happen
Sudan’s revolt suffered a setback as opposition leaders called off a general strike—despite its huge success
While the Tories slug it out to decide who will be their next leader, new figures expose the destruction caused to the NHS by government policies.
The company announced on Wednesday that it will begin changing locks on the properties where 300 people live
Striking workers jeered Tory leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt as he passed their picket line in central London on Wednesday morning.
Israel has the right to claim ownership of even more stolen Palestinian land, a senior US diplomat has said
People took to the streets of Algeria last week in huge numbers for the 16th successive Friday of protests
The risk of migrants and refugees becoming shipwrecked in the Mediterranean and dying at sea is the highest it has ever been, the United Nations has warned.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo’s promise to “push back” against Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister exposed the US state’s attitude to democracy.
Protests erupted against a repressive new law proposed by the Chinese state
Workers in Sudan have shown their power to bring society to a halt in the battle against the ruthless military regime.
Traffic wardens in Camden are celebrating after strikes won them a stunning pay rise.
Nigel Farage’s racist Brexit Party failed to win its first MP in Peterborough last week—but it won nearly 10,000 votes.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists in Scotland are
Protesters gathered at the Home Office in London last week against the deportation of Ken Macharia
The UCU union could ballot workers across 69 universities for strikes later this year if attacks on the USS pension scheme continue.
Anger at austerity—and frustration that the Tories are still in office—ran through the GMB union conference
Traffic wardens show that striking can get results after forcing bosses into paying up, reports Sarah Bates