Today, caterers and cleaners in hospitals across south London are on strike against outsourcing giant ISS. They are fighting not just for pay but for dignity and respect.
Universities are threatening to deduct up to 100% of staff's wages even on days when there is no industrial action – a shameless attempt to punish workers for defending their rights.
Nina Simone, who died on this day in 2003, is often remembered for her involvement in the Civil Rights Movement – but she was also a socialist who saw revolution as the path to true equality.
The Global South faces its worst debt crisis in years – but instead of providing assistance, Western states are pushing policies that will drive millions into poverty.
Hungry for profits, TGI Fridays has axed meals for its staff in the middle of a cost of living crisis. But its workers are gearing up to struggle, not to suffer.
On this day in 1943, a band of Jewish resistance fighters launched an armed insurrection against the Nazis. They were proud socialists and internationalists.
Attacks on pensions are an everyday reality across Britain's workplaces – but university workers have shown that it's possible to fight for restoration and win.
The 'Third World' was not always a pejorative term. Its origins lie in a revolutionary post-colonial project that aimed to find a path to development beyond the Cold War camps.
In the 1950s, the Scottish poet Edwin Morgan visited Kyiv and went on to translate Ukrainian poets. His encounter was full of misunderstandings but held the promise of a cosmopolitan solidarity.
Poverty pay, dangerous conditions and wage theft: Kwikfit employees reveal shocking details of exploitation at the car servicing company.
In 1969, Irish republican socialist Bernadette Devlin was elected to Westminster. We take a look at her best-selling memoir, 'The Price of My Soul,' published the same year.
The past decade has exposed austerity as the most destructive policy in modern British history – but the Tories are determined to keep it alive.