The battle in Haringey, north London, over the HDV social cleansing deal continues.
Journalists working on regional newspapers in Swindon and Darlington are fighting against a raft of job cuts by bosses at publisher Newsquest.
Evidence against the Birmingham Six was “enhanced”, a police chief told a Tory MP years before their eventual release.
Workers at the Royal Museums Greenwich struck on New Year’s Day over changes to their conracts.
Postal workers walked out unofficially last month in Inverclyde in Scotland and St Austell in Cornwall to defend workers targeted by management.
Unite union members at the First Manchester bus depot in Rusholme are fighting on for pay parity. They are set to strike on Monday—their 13th strike week.
The Manifesto for an Independent Revolutionary Art, signed by French writer André Breton and Mexican painter Diego Rivera was published in 1938.
As the hit musical gets rave reviews in the West End, Anthony Hamilton looks at the truth behind the other Hamilton—a racist and a capitalist class fighter
The latest equalities figures show that black workers in the NHS aren’t reaching the highest pay rates—and are more likely to be disciplined, explains Tomáš Tengely-Evans
My mother sadly passed away last May and the tenancy of our flat was transferred to me. I was told to move onto Universal Credit.
The Labour Party has launched an online survey about the state of social housing in Britain.
Nick Clark looks at the history of how the soft left in Labour has sold out struggle as a warning for today
If you’re experiencing mental distress, the problem might be capitalism. A new book by Iain Ferguson looks at the struggles around mental health, writes Sarah Bates
Hundreds of thousands of unemployed people are not receiving financial support that they are entitled to.
Large protests against unemployment, poverty, corruption and the political elite that have swept Iran face a brutal crackdown by government forces.
The year 1968 was a watershed in world history. Mass movements shook governments to their foundations. People on opposite sides of the globe took inspiration from each other’s struggles.
The Tories are considering using “volunteers” to guard Britain’s borders and keep out those deemed illegal
About 100 households that survived the fire spent Christmas Day in hotels, and some did not receive money they had been promised