W ith every new detail that emerges, the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi seems as desperate as it was gruesome.
Parliament was set to debate abortion law in Northern Ireland as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
Workers on Northern rail held their 32nd strike in the fight against driver only operation (DOO) last Saturday.
The PCS civil service workers’ union has declared a fresh dispute with the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) over plans to move court admin work to new contact centres.
The retrial of Nazi Tommy Robinson has been put back after a hearing at the Old Bailey court in London on Tuesday.
Housing campaigners will hold a protest outside the Greater London Assembly on Saturday 3 November to demand ballots for estates up for regeneration.
Teachers in Scotland are set to take a step forwards in their battle for pay and decent education on Saturday.
The Tories are under pressure over their hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit. They were last week forced to delay the rollout of UC from next year to 2020.
Anti-racists from across Europe vowed to step up the fight against the far right and racism at the Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) international conference in central London last Saturday.
Two cops involved in the Tasering of ex-Aston Villa footballer Dalian Atkinson, who later died, could face charges.
Stand Up To Racism supporters have been organising across Britain to take on racism and the far right.
News that the government is further delaying the rollout of Universal Credit (UC) has been welcomed by people who campaign against it.
Thousands of striking women flooded Glasgow city centre this week demanding that bullying bosses pay up now.
Five tower blocks in Norwich failed fire safety tests last week.
Francis Fukuyama has published a new book with the remarkably dull title Identity—not that anyone has really noticed. It was very different back in 1992, when The End of History and the Last Man came out.
One African migrant died and three others were injured when around 300 stormed the border fence separating Spanish enclave Melilla from Morocco in north Africa on Sunday.
As many as 8,000 migrants from Honduras in Central America are marching on the US border.
Almost 700,000 marched for a “People’s Vote” in London on Saturday.
Fifty years ago this month the Mexican state launched a brutal crackdown on protesting students. The result was carnage but not the end of resistance