Zareen Taj reports on the protest in Cambridge against Erdoğan's visit.
Raquel Varela’s new history of the Portuguese revolution is essential reading for revolutionary socialists, argues Brian Parkin.
A Unison member reflects on conversations on the picket-lines that offered a different vision about how universities could and should be run.
Kleanthis Antoniou explains today's strike in France.
President Erdoğan of Turkey is planning to visit Cambridge to open a new mosque. Cambridge Muslims and other residents are planning to make it clear he is not welcome.
As Trump and Erdoğan join other NATO heads of state for its seventieth birthday summit, Pete Cannell argues we should take a hard look at the role of the British state within the alliance.
Katherine Hearst, art worker and climate activist reflects on the links between precarity and the climate crisis.
Labour still has a long way to go to win this election. But the Tory crisis won't go away either, regardless of who wins on 12 December, argues Duncan Thomas.
The whys, whats and what nexts of the upcoming higher education strikes, which begin on 25 November.
For the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, we publish a translation of Volkhard Mosler's analysis of the class composition of the East German regime and the opposition movement to it.
We call for everyone to mobilise energetically against the Conservative Party and for the election of a Corbyn government