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British workers organize to defeat the Tory anti-strike laws

In a special conference of the Trades Union Congress (TUC), labor movements have resolved to fight and defeat the notorious anti-strike law imposed by the Tory government

UK fights back against racist immigration bill

We report from the rally in Glasgow, Scotland where more than 3000 people marched against the Tory government’s Illegal Migration Bill.

Half a million strike in the UK over wages

Rallies were held in cities like London, Glasgow, Sheffield, Liverpool, Bristol, Manchester, Cambridge, Nottingham, Newcastle, among several others.

Workers protest anti-strike law proposed by UK government

The Tory government has introduced a controversial bill in the UK Parliament that would enable the state and employers to force workers to ensure minimum service during trade union strikes across 8 key sectors

Daily Round-up | Sudanese teachers stage strike demanding wage hike & other stories

In this episode, we take a look at teachers’ protests in Sudan, the killing of a teen by Israeli forces, British rail workers going on strike, and the impending release of Puerto Rican political prisoner Ana Belen Montes

Daily Round-up | UK rail workers launch 2-day strike over low wages & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the a strike in the UK, the death of children in the Chad desert, US arms supplies to Ukraine and the latest from the process in Chile to draft a new constitution

Security forces conspired in Mexico students’ disappearance, truth commission finds & other stories

In today’s episode, we take a look at the latest revelations from the Ayotzinapa case, the planned strike by rail workers in the UK, mental health care workers protesting in the US, and continuing Turkish attack on Syria

Daily Round-up | Colombian court indicts army officers for crimes against humanity and more

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the investigation into military killings in Colombia, the condition of Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah, protests by British rail workers and the storming of the parliament in Iraq

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson set to step down

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to step down following a spate of resignations from his government. Reports say he may remain in power till later this year when a new party leader is elected

Daily Round-up | UK rail workers on second day of nationwide strike & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the rail workers’ strike in the UK, copper workers’ protest in Chile, a US Supreme Court ruling on guns, and a report on famine in Somalia

Daily Round-up|Rail workers on nationwide strike in the UK & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the British rail workers’ strike, the crackdown on protesters in Ecuador and a march in Belgium over the cost of living crisis

May Day: Worker’s struggle celebration is well-deserved after a momentous year

After a year of ongoing crisis, Peoples Dispatch looks back on some of the most important labor struggles of this past year.