Chancellor George Osborne says "the economy" is recovering, and boasts that for the first time since 2010 average wage rises are running ahead of price rises.
The Praxis Centre in Russia, a socialist group promoting the ideas and writings of Victor Serge, has recommended to us an informative blog post (with photos as evidence for its claims) on far-right el
A group of young mothers and mothers-to-be have been fighting eviction from their hostel since last October.
Up to 40,000 workers are participating in a strike in Dongguan, southern China, in a dispute over unpaid social insurance benefit.
A military conflict between Russia and Ukraine is beginning. While supporting the working class and internationalists in Ukraine against the Ukrainian government and right, Workers' Liberty sides with Ukraine against Russia.
The General Grades Committee of the RMT rail union has called further strikes against London Underground's job cuts.
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Robin Blackburn, author of Age Shock: How Finance is failing us and other books, comments on pension changes made in George Osborne’s Budget.
Around 80 out of 120 Care UK staff who work with vulnerable people with learning disabilities in Doncaster continue to refuse to sign new contracts that would wipe out up to 50% of wages that comes fr
The results of the elections to the NUT National Executive for 2014-16 were released on 10 April. They show significant successes for the Local Associations National Action Campaign (LANAC).
Service users and supporters rallied in Cambridge on 5 April
After six months of significant student struggles in support of campus workers and against repression, the left won important victories at the National Union of Students conference in Liverpool.
At the end of March, the International Labour Organisation’s Bureau for Workers Activities (known as ILO-ACTRAV) and the All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding “to promote Trade unions South-South Cooperation in the Asia- Pacific region”.
In the run up to the May European elections, UKIP have been getting a lot of attention.
It seemed to come from nowhere, then it was everywhere. It was against everything, but not clearly for anything.
On 26 March the coalition government voted through a law to “cap” welfare benefits for future years. Most Labour MPs voted for the “cap”. Only 13 rebelled.
To mark the first anniversary of the bedroom tax (1 April), the BBC commissioned an investigation.
Russia's ruler Vladimir Putin has demanded that Ukraine adopt a federal constitution. The move is a gambit to gain Moscow more leverage in Ukraine.
A report on “target culture” in the police by the Metropolitan Police Federation has exposed the extent to the use of target-setting is failing victims of sexual violence and has inflated the use of racist stop and search powers.