The West Virginia school workers’ strike is set to continue throughout this week after rank-and-file union members rejected a deal recommended by their leaders.
Students from across Britain joined a conference against racism in central London on Saturday.
A hunger and labour strike at the Yarl’s Wood detention centre is shaking up the authorities. We show the the reality of life inside the centre, and how Home Office racism lies behind it
The village of Pettigo is nearly obliterated by a red line on maps of Ireland. Most of it lies in County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland, but some is in Northern Ireland.
“Corbyn’s coming, get your money out now”—that’s the message from analysts at Australian investment bank Macquarie.
A former British intelligence analyst-turned whistleblower has warned of increasing surveillance powers, 15 years after she exposed a spy plot ahead of the Iraq war.
Teachers and other public school workers in the US state of West Virginia have rejected a pay and conditions deal designed to get them back to work
Pickets braved freezing temperatures on Thursday, the second day of a 48-hour walkout by workers in 14 further education colleges.
Thousands of striking university and further education workers - and their supporters including students - marched in London on Wednesday.
Thousands of university and FE strikers marched through central London on Wednesday to defend pensions, pay and education.
University and college workers marched together in central London today, on a demonstration for pensions and pay.
Workers across 15 colleges struckon Wednesday over pay. The UCU union members join those at 61 universities who are also out on strike to defend their pensions.
Women in Yarl’s Wood immigration detention centre began an indefinite hunger strike on Monday to demand an end to the degrading treatment and limitless detention they face.
A controversial consultation on closing all five council-run nurseries in Salford, Greater Manchester, has been postponed following public opposition.
A noisy crowd of striking workers and students lobbied Universities UK (UUK) today
Terri Behrman, who died on 24 February, had a commitment to radical politics stretching back to the 1960s.
Britain's lowest earners are being cheated out of the minimum wage, a new report has revealed.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced last week its decision not to bring criminal charges against any police officers involved in events surrounding Duncan Tomlin’s death.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct has said five cops should face gross misconduct charges over the death of Sean Rigg in 2008.
The number of street homeless people has risen for the seventh year in a row—as temperatures dropped below freezing.