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UK Protests cost of living crisis British Trade unions and leftist organizations hold massive mobilizations over cost of living crisis

On Saturday, over 100,000 people joined the protests called by the Enough is Enough Campaign across the country. Protests were also held on Sunday in front of the Tory party conference in Birmingham

Chris Kaba Police violence UK Anger against racist police violence swells in the UK after killing of Chris Kaba

1,833 people have died in police custody or following police contact in the UK since 1990. The recent killing of Chris Kaba has led to renewed calls for justice as Black people continue to be disproportionately targeted by police violence 

Republican protests continue in UK

Republicans in Wales staged protests during the visit of King Charles III. Meanwhile, police action against those criticizing the monarchy has been widely criticized

Justice For Chris Kaba - London Massive protests take place in London over police killing of young rapper 

24-year-old Chris Kaba was shot to death by the Metropolitan Police in South London on September 5. His family and rights organizations are demanding action against the officers who killed him

New UK PM Liz Truss UK’s new Prime Minister Liz Truss all set to carry forward the Conservative agenda

Hardline conservative Liz Truss emerged victorious over Rishi Sunak to replace Boris Johnson as leader of the Conservative Party

Venezuela’s gold dispute in UK courts is a battle for sovereignty

The official government of Venezuela has been engaged in a legal dispute with the Bank of England to regain control over gold assets worth over $1.8 billion

Postal Workers Strike - UK Postal workers in the UK to escalate struggle for pay rise

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has demanded the Royal Mail Group to increase workers’ wages in order to help them cope with the ongoing cost of living crisis

Strikes spread across Amazon UK warehouses as workers reject “pathetic” pay offer

Workers across at least 4 Amazon warehouses in the UK have staged walkouts to protest pay offers that would raise wages by only 0.35-0.50 per hour. This will amount to a real-terms pay cut as the UK’s inflation is on track to hit 13%.

UCU Victory - UK University and College Union secures big win against work casualization in the UK

Following UCU-led negotiations with the Open University (OU) authorities, 4,800 casualized associate lecturers are now entitled to contracts and other rights

Doctors Protest - UK Junior doctors in the UK protest government disregard and demand pay rise

Over the last two decades, the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK has been substantially weakened due to underfunding and understaffing. A good share of its staff, including young doctors, are now on the verge of leaving the NHS due to overwork and lack of decent wages

Rights groups and trade unions protest UK government’s Rwanda deportation policy

Despite the postponement of a flight to deport refugees to Rwanda after an intervention by the European Court of Human Rights, the UK Home Office has reiterated its commitment to the policy

Defying anti-worker policies, UK unions call for more strike actions

The Tory-controlled House of Commons has passed a series of regulations which penalize workers that take industrial action and allow agency workers to replace strikers