“We need a strong movement on the streets to bolster our strength in Parliament – together, united in defence of our rights we can kill this draconian bill.”
"Instead of taking action to address the cost-of-living crisis and injustices like racism and climate breakdown, they want to stop people sounding the alarm" - Apsana Begum tackles the Queen's Speech.
This year marks 10 years since the start of the "hostile environment". The Tories' Rwanda plan shows they have learnt nothing - Sabby Dhalu, Stand up to Racism.
"This week the Bank of England warned of “Apocalyptic” food price rises. The CBI, hardly a voice of radicalism, has said there is now a “moral imperative” to help people facing real hardship." - Jon Trickett MP
Teachers and schools leaders do not need to be reminded of the stark effects of this crisis on their pupils and in their own lives. We need urgent action.
Thousands joined Friends of Bolivia's online solidarity event, where an international panel discussed the Government's achievements since returning to office after the defeat of the 2019 coup.
"The Government has spent the last 12 years starving local authorities of resources & powers, making it almost impossible to build council housing or invest in large scale social housing developments."
With inflation skyrocketing, wages stagnating, & Johnson’s government clamping down on our right to protest - the demands of our movement our crucial. Join the online discussion Thursday, May 19th.
On 17 May, International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia, the ITUC stands in solidarity with LGBTIQ workers, and reaffirms its commitment to building respect and dignity for all.
"Price caps would mean we are putting the right of people to eat and to be warm ahead of corporate profits" - Richard Burgon MP