The World Health Organisation recorded the highest daily number of new cases globally on Saturday.
Health workers across Britain are taking the pay fight into their own hands
The rolling out of new measures to tackle obesity shames poor people and will not tackle a crisis that the Tories made worse, says Sarah Bates
Moral panic over ‘illegal raves’ is nothing new. Sarah Bates looks at how the state tries to police ordinary people come together—and says it’s our job to repetitively beat them back
The Tories are trying to blame ordinary people and scapegoat Muslims for their failures to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Rape convictions in England and Wales fell to a record low last year. The number of prosecutions and convictions has been slashed by half in just three years.
England has had “the longest continuous period of excess mortality” and “the highest levels of excess mortality” in Europe.
A new report reveals that Covid-19 is tightening its grip on India, and that millions of the world’s poorest people are in grave danger.
Health workers’ fury burst onto the streets of London on Wednesday as over 1,500 marched on Downing Street.
A wave of workers’ protests and riots over unpaid wages and working conditions has swept Russia during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Tories are looking to any avenue to solve the crisis in adult social care—without taxing the rich.
The government’s lie that it’s “committed to tackling racism” has been exposed once again. The Metropolitan Police has increased its use of stop and search powers.
The biggest teaching union in Florida has filed a lawsuit to challenge an order to reopen schools next month.
Protesters in Portland, Oregon, have night after night fought back against repression by Donald Trump’s federal troops.
Health workers are in revolt over the Tory refusal to give a pay rise to hundreds of thousands of people who work in the NHS.
A cancer patient has died weighing just three stone after the Department for Work and Pensions stopped her benefits.
Hundreds of people marched in south London last Saturday to demand an end to police stop and search powers.
The families of those who died in the Grenfell fire and campaigners are calling for a separate investigation into the role of both race and class in their deaths.
A weekend of action against climate catastrophe saw activists clamber up trees, board drilling rigs and occupy roads in London and the surrounding area.
UCU union members were expecting this week to hear the results of their consultative ballot on the employers’ offer in the “Four Fights” dispute.