Students and staff at SOAS University in London are protesting the decision of the management to scrap the research leaves of researchers and the casual job contracts of temporary academic workers
We look at the developments in the pursuit of justice for Julian Assange so far.
Assange’s legal team denounced a series of irregularities in his preliminary hearing held on January 13 and expressed concern over his health
The deal has set the United Kingdom on course to leave the European Union by the end of the month and complete the transition process by the end of the year
British commuters and rail workers have protested the hike in rail fares as well as the government’s inaction on guaranteeing job security for railway guards
The pro-Israel move by the Boris Johnson-led government in the country is being viewed as an attempt to deny Labour-controlled local bodies’ right to boycott Israeli products
The vote, which saw the worst performance of the Labour Party since 1934, is widely seen as a vote for Brexit
We look at the role of Brexit in these elections, and why the Labour Party suffered one of its worst defeats in decades.
Political instability persists in the United Kingdom, as people vote in the third elections in less than 4 years
The Young Members Committee affiliated with the trade union Unite in Gibraltar has demanded the lowering of the minimum voting age from 18 to 16
Peoples Dispatch speaks to Martin Hall of the Leave-Fight-Transform (LeFT) campaign on the possibilities for a radical and progressive Brexit and its implications
The result of this election could have global implications with the UK likely to go further down the path of neoliberalism in the wake of a Conservative victory