Diane Abbott was given a round of applause as she joined Extinction Rebellion activists in Parliament Square on April 24. The Shadow Home Secretary told the crowd: ‘I think you’ve done an amazing job drawing people’s attention to the climate emergency.'
I am making a break for freedom. I will continue to work to secure the best outcome I can in relation to Europe - but I want to also focus on mobilising our movement to tackle some of the pressing problems our people are encountering in their daily lives now.
Advance notice for the next El Sueño Existe festival which will focus on MEXICO and WOMEN OF LATIN AMERICA
George Binette, Hackney North & Stoke Newington CLP Trade Union Liaison Officer, reports on the Stop & Shop workers, pictured protesting in Massachusetts'
The mature Acosta plays himself in the film, dancing some electrifying performances. Mike Phipps reviews
It is critical for us not only to engage in a collective remembrance of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre but to bring a fresh understanding of its context and the imperialist policies that led to it, argues Saleh Mamon.
KURDISH RIGHTS ACTIVIST and my dear friend, Imam Sis, has been on hunger strike for 93 days since 17th December 2018.
Among media moguls and US corporate boards, the fear is that a Sanders’ candidacy becomes a lightning rod for discontent within the US working class that transcends ethnic and racial divides.
The tragedy of Grenfell does not stop at the boundaries of North Kensington. Its shadow is cast across the world.
Richard Greeman reports from France on a movement that has been met with ferocious state repression