Ripples of revolution spread across Europe and beyond in the wake of the February revolt in Russia in 1917—and the British Army was no exception
Thousands of protesters were out in Bristol today demanding an end to Tory austerity
Birmingham city council sent me a letter last week saying I was being made redundant. It came like a bolt from the blue.
Over 100 people met in east London to launch the Justice4Edson campaign
Over 160,000 Rohingya minority Muslims have been forced to flee their homes in western Myanmar
It is crucial to argue for workers’ rights, freedom of movement for people and internationalism.
The government is plotting vicious new restrictions on the rights of migrants to Britain from European Union (EU) countries, a leaked document suggests
Chants of “scrap the cap” rang out outside parliament as Theresa May faced her first prime minister’s question time after the summer break.
A group of men that abused girls and young women in Newcastle did not target victims because of their race, a judge has said.
Thousands of people were set to march against austerity in Bristol this Saturday
The Tories are rumoured to be preparing to lift the 1 percent public sector pay cap—at least for some workers.
Two deeply unpleasant men are facing off over North Korea’s nuclear weapons. The world feels closer to the possibility of nuclear war than at any time for half a century.
The government is delaying the publication of a Home Office report into deaths in police custody that criticises the cops.
Over 1,200 people are dead, millions displaced and a third of Bangladesh is under water after devastating floods hit parts of South Asia.
Nurses and their supporters were set to hold a #ScraptheCap protest in London’s Parliament Square this Wednesday.
McDonald’s workers launched their first ever strike at the multinational in Britain on Monday.
The resignation of Kezia Dugdale as Scottish Labour leader is a chance for a shift to the left, writes Nick Clark
Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) will take a message of unity and opposition to racism and Islamophobia onto the streets of London on Saturday 7 October.
Predictably enough, negotiations between the Tory government and the European Commission over the terms of Brexit are running into difficulty.
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