A revolution in Germany that erupted 100 years ago this month rocked Europe’s rulers and put a socialist world on the agenda. Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at how the revolt showed the power of workers to liberate themselves—and to end bloody war.
Hundreds of protesters drove a far right group out of Liverpool on Saturday.
Women will receive thousands of pounds less a year in retirement – on top of facing a longer wait before they can claim their state pension.
Far right Jair Bolsonaro is a threat to workers and the oppressed. But the potential power of those who oppose him means it’s possible to stop his project, argues Alistair Farrow
John McDonnell, Labour’s shadow chancellor, made an appeal to banking fat cats this week.
A leading health worker in Unison has been suspended from holding office in the union, according to leaked internal emails.
Workers at Bradford university are on strike to defend jobs and conditions. The Unison union members, representing cleaners, cooks, gardeners, technicians, security guards and admin staff, began a three-day strike on Wednesday.
Workers at Google staged walkouts across the world from 11.10am on Thursday in protest at how the firm handles allegations of sexual misconduct.
Excessive workloads and bullying in “toxic” workplaces are part of the problem.
A fascist gunned down 11 Jewish people at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, in the US, last week.
Forty one households in south east London fear they will be removed from their homes by the Labour-run council’s plan to scrap their sheltered accommodation.
Tory chancellor Philip Hammond threw more money at the hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit in this week’s budget. MPs’ fears of unrest because of the impact of UC forced his hand.
Hundreds of workers and their supporters marched through London
Call action in colleges now
Protest demands Salford council funds nurseries
Unison union members at Ladywood Primary School in Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire, are not giving up in their fight against job cuts.
A new film tells how engineers in East Kilbride refused to work on the Chilean regime’s jet engines. Dave Sherry spoke to one of those workers, John Keenan
As director Mike Leigh’s film tells the story of the Peterloo massacre, Simon Basketter argues the events show how the ruling class reacts when its position is threatened
Bosses’ claims that fracking is safe have been rumbled by activists and small earthquakes, says Sarah Bates
A US company Spear Operations Group organised a private assassination squad to work in Yemen.