Rise in the energy price cap will add to the woes of the already suffering working class who are unable to meet their ends due to the highest inflation in 40 years.
People in the UK are facing a severe cost of living crisis marked by skyrocketing energy and food prices, along with a crisis of governance marked by cronyism, incompetence and duplicity
Today we look at a protest against rising costs in the UK, a racial discrimination lawsuit filed against Tesla in the US, and more
The rise in energy prices, cuts in wages and pensions, along with the ongoing COVID-19 crisis has made the working class households across the UK reel under a devastating cost of living crisis.
Asserting that the Tories are unfit to govern the country, the protesters condemned the government’s bid to enact draconian laws intended to block protests. The call for the mobilization was given by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity
The occupation was led by UoM Rent Strike, alongside the campaign group ‘9K 4 WHAT?. The protesters were agitating against the extremely high rent and lack of support during the COVID-19 pandemic
The centenary celebrations of the Communist Party of Britain were organized online on August 1
Protesters alleged that the Tory government has destroyed public services through austerity measures and that the Boris Johnson government had no mandate