A workplace bulletin for Lewisham Hospital workers, by Lewisham Hospital workers.
Steve Biggs, a dock worker and Unite rep at Southampton Container Terminal, spoke to Solidarity about his job.
Accident and Emergency departments are at crisis point. One in 10 patients admitted to A&E now have to wait more than four hours to be treated or discharged — double the figure this time last year.
Badrul Alam from the Communist Party of Bangladesh (Marxist-Leninist) spoke to Solidarity.
A GMB member working for CityClean at Brighton council spoke to Solidarity about their battle against pay cuts.
On 29 April the Central Committee (CC) of AKEL, the Communist Party which until 28 February 2013 held the presidency of Cyprus, declared that "the only choice for Cyprus is a solution outside the loan agreements and Memorandum. The implementation of such a solution is likely to constitute a decision for exit by Cyprus from the Euro".
Against a background of a rampant Berlusconi protesing innocence and Prime Minister Letta of the cowering in silence and Italy's radical left has made a series of initiatives saying it can unite resis
Share prices are going up. Profits are increasing. Top bosses' pay is soaring. And child poverty is rising almost as fast.
Bob Crow and the leadership of the RMT rail union have joined the chorus for British exit from the EU led by Nigel Lawson, who was Chancellor of the Exchequer for Margaret Thatcher.
Ziyad M is a supporter of the Revolutionary Marxist Current of Morocco
Freedom for all political prisoners in Morocco!
Stephen Hawking's decision not to attend an 18-20 June conference in Jerusalem has caused much celebration among advocates of an academic boycott of Israel.
Left Unity is billed by its key organisers as filling a gap in the political market for Left politics; the thousands of people who signed the appeal for a new party billed as an expression of the widespread yearning for anti-austerity politics in Britain.
A workplace bulletin for Lewisham Hospital workers, by Lewisham Hospital workers..
An industrial bulletin for Tube workers, by Tube workers, featuring stories on the Tories' plan to ban strikes and the "Justice for the 33" campaign to win reinstatement for sacked agency workers.
The National Garment Workers' Federation (NGWF) in Bangladesh has launched a petition. It asks UK high street chains Primark, Mango, and Matalan to commit to forcing their Bangladeshi suppliers to comply with the Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety Agreement.
Following a 62% vote for strikes, members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) in the Sheffield DWP Contact Centre will strike on 7 May.
Local government employers have made a "final offer" of a 1% pay increase to trade unions representing council workers.