The Spanish state is trying to prevent people in Catalonia from voting in a referendum on Catalan independence on 1 October.
Cop walks free despite evidence that suggests he planted a gun—leading thousands to join angry protests, reports Mark Longden in St Louis
The Confederate statues being brought down across the southern US states are monuments to slavery that were built to bolster white supremacy. They’ve got to go, argues historian Brian Kelly
Donald Trump is threatening a deadly nuclear confrontation with North Korea. Members of Workers' Solidarity, Socialist Worker's sister newspaper in South Korea, spoke about what's behind the tensions—and how the South Korean working class movement is responding
The inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire began today, Thursday, at the Connaught Rooms in central London. Sir Martin Moore-Bick, its chair, read out a prepared statement then rushed out of the room.
Firefighters in the FBU union rejected a pay offer yesterday, Wednesday, amid anger at being asked to perform extra duties for little extra money.
Around 100 London bus drivers and supporters rallied at City Hall this morning, Thursday, to present mayor Sadiq Khan with a ten point drivers’ bill of rights.
Hundreds of people—most of them European Union (EU) migrants—rallied in Trafalgar Square last night Wednesday.
Residents and campaigners slammed the public inquiry into the Grenfell blaze as it began today, Thursday. They raised doubts about its scope and ability to deliver justice for the dead and survivors of the west London tower block fire.
Tory prime minister Theresa May has suffered a humiliating blow over the public sector pay cap.
Jeremy Corbyn injected hope of winning against the Tories into the TUC union federation conference
Supporters of Catalan independence responded to new harassment by the Spanish government with a million-strong march on Monday.
The Tories are divided, Jeremy Corbyn is contradicting himself and the trade union leaders are deeply confused
Strikers, students and activists were marching through the major cities of France as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday in a day of strikes and protests.
Adrian McDonald died in the back of a police van after being Tasered and bitten twice by a police dog, a tribunal heard
‘I don’t think I am in the least robotic’
It is three months since a fire ripped through Grenfell Tower in west London, killing at least 80 people
Vicious attacks on the Rohingya Muslims have seen people take to the streets, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans