“Whatever arguments we’ve had with him, and criticisms we’ve made of him, Bob was one of the best union leaders in the country, if not the best. His vilification by the right-wing media is testament to that,” said a Workers’ Liberty railworker after the sudden death on 11 March of RMT rail union leader Bob Crow.
In a statement issued on 1 March, the Russian Socialist Movement denounced Putin's invasion of Crimea.
A workplace bulletin by Lewisham Hospital workers, for Lewisham Hospital workers.
Around fifty cleaning workers, their families, and thirty supporters marched through Kingston, in south west London, on International Working Women’s Day (8 March), with red flags flying.
The "Left Opposition" group in Ukraine has put out a statement
Ukrainian leftist Volodymyr Ishchenko has written a blast against Russia's military intervention in his country and against the new government there.
Egypt’s new prime minister Ibrahim Mehlab used his first speech in the role to plead for an end to strikes and protests.
Blairites in Young Labour have smeared young trade unionists in Murdoch’s Sun, in response to the growing influence of the left in the party’s youth wing.
Protests continue in Bosnia, taking the form of a widespread revolt.
The recent crisis in Northern Ireland over secret letters from the British Government to republican “On the Runs” (OTRs) underscores the fragility of the power-sharing institutions.
IT giant Atos wants to ditch its contract to assess ill and disabled people claiming out of work benefits, but it has not given up assessing people with long-term ill-health and disability for the new Personal Independence Payment.
Economic recovery? Only for a few. Wages are still lagging behind inflation.
On Saturday 1 March over thirty trade unionists, campaigners and activists demonstrated outside Hellesdon Hospital, a low-security mental health hospital in Norwich.
Recent bloody demonstrations in Venezuela are part of a concerted attempt by the neoliberal right-wing section of the ruling class to destabilise and ultimately replace the chavista government of Nicolás Maduro.
We received this message on 2 March from the Praxis Centre in Moscow, "an independent, voluntary collective, founded in 1998 by scholars and social movements activists grouped around the Victor Serge Public Library in Moscow.".
The Collins review, with its time-bomb provision to recalculate all the unions' affiliation numbers in 2019, was soft-soaped through the Labour Party special conference on 1 March 2019.
Protests around Australia against the attacks on asylum seekers on Manus island have been well attended, horrified and angry.
An industrial bulletin by London Underground workers, for London Underground workers.
On 22 February, three months of protest in Ukraine culminated with the parliament unseating president Viktor Yanukovych.