As Boris Johnson pushes to reopen all workplaces, Sarah Bates exposes the myths that tell us it’s safe to return
A report, carried out by parliament’s intelligence and security committee, showed links with the Russian rich.
Mass demonstrations, strikes and consistent campaigning have forced the French government to give a pay rise to health workers.
The Labour Party is desperate to prove it can be right wing over accusations of Russian interference and the West’s trade war with China.
The Tories last week announced the removal of Chinese technology firm Huawei from Britain’s new 5G network
The leaderships of the three biggest trade unions in Britain are up for election—and there will be an intensified debate about class struggle and resistance.
To be a black revolutionary in the US in the early 1970s was to accept the likelihood of prison or death. Assata Shakur, who was born JoAnne Deborah Bryon, knew the risks and faced both.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte finally passed the dangerous new anti-terror bill into law this month.
The introduction of the Terrorism Act 2000 created a “racist, fear-based environment” argues a new report from human rights group Cage.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) recorded two consecutive record daily increases in coronavirus cases across the globe on Friday and Saturday.
The Australian state of Victoria recorded 363 new coronavirus cases on Saturday amid growing anger at how the authorities are failing to protect people.
The Comintern met for the second time 100 years ago. Simon Basketter looks at how the debates there help us to understand and challenge the capitalist system today