Working class sections in the UK are protesting against the Tory government led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson for its failure to tackle the soaring inflation and cost of living crisis in the country
People in the UK are facing a severe cost of living crisis marked by skyrocketing energy and food prices, along with a crisis of governance marked by cronyism, incompetence and duplicity
In the UK, more than 14.5 million people live in poverty, including 4.3 million children and the soaring energy costs are expected to affect them the most.
Today we look at a protest against rising costs in the UK, a racial discrimination lawsuit filed against Tesla in the US, and more
The rise in energy prices, cuts in wages and pensions, along with the ongoing COVID-19 crisis has made the working class households across the UK reel under a devastating cost of living crisis.
The unions urged the UK government and the international community to pressure Israel to reverse the decision and uphold Palestinian rights in accordance with international law
Today we look at new evidence in the disappearance of 43 Ayotzinapa students in Mexico, the strike announced by NUMSA in South Africa’s engineering sector, and more
Trade Unions and health rights groups have said the Health and Care Bill introduced by the UK’s Tory government will end up further privatizing key areas of the National Health Service
The Labour party leadership has forbidden its members from associating with groups including Socialist Appeal, Resist, Labour Against the Witchhunt, Labour in Exile Network
On May 11, the Pladis group announced the closure of a biscuit factory of its subsidiary McVitie’s at Tollcross, Glasgow, putting at risk around 500 jobs
In this week’s episode, we will look at three strikes organized by essential workers in South Africa, the United States and the United Kingdom.
Bus drivers at the bus service operator RATP in London protested the company’s attempt to implement pay cuts in the garb of the COVID-19 crisis that could see some of the drivers lose up to 2,500 Pounds (3039.57 USD) a year