Unions must stop this outrageous fire and rehire attack
The Tories confirmed on Monday that they will lift Covid-19 restrictions next week even though scientists are warning of the huge risks
Around 140 bin workers began two weeks of strikes on Monday in Bexley, south east London, on Monday.
BT telecoms workers are furious after a deal between bosses and their CWU union officials was announced last week.
Mass protests in Cuba are prompted by real grievances. Sophie Squire looks at the revolt but warns of the forces that will try to use them
A new exhibition looking back at the work of artist Paula Rego contains powerful critiques of life under fascism and capitalism
Two of Us tells the story of two female lovers in their 60s who have waited two decades to spend their lives together
With many campaigns turning to militant direct action, Nick Clark argues that the tactic is more effective within a mass movement.
It has been one year since the repressive Security Law was enacted in Hong Kong. Lam Chi Leung, an activist based in Hong Kong, explains how the situation has changed.
Valence Primary School teachers in Dagenham, east London, have escalated strikes over forced demotions and attacks on pay.
The Nationality and Borders Bill seeks to criminalise refugees over how they enter Britain. Refugees and activists spoke to Isabel Ringrose about the escalating attacks on refugee rights.
Richard Lewontin, who died aged 92 recently, was one of the most talented geneticists of his generation.
The Tories, who enable the abuse of human rights, pretend they are freedom's champion
Failure in recent regional elections has caused crisis for Marine Le Pen’s National Rally party. But, says Charlie Kimber, the party won’t destroy itself.
Forty minutes before midnight on Wednesday, Jacob Zuma’s motorcade sped out of his mansion to hand himself into custody. It is the latest step downwards for the former South African president.
A sharp rise in the number of patients with coronavirus being admitted to hospital is already causing chaos in the NHS. And far worse could be coming as the Tories lift all virus restrictions.
Gypsy, Roma and Traveller campaigners launched a summer of discontent with a rally outside parliament on Wednesday.
The People Before Profit group launched an updated Covid emergency programme to defend workers rights—and a call to action—in an online rally on Tuesday.
The Unite union has suspended strikes by catering staff working for outsourcer Serco at the Royal London Hospital.
Boris Johnson knows that Covid-19 cases are going to soar. Regardless, he has signalled the end of all lockdown restrictions.