Willetts met by noisy protest in Cambridge

Activists from Cambridge Defend Education ensured that a talk yesterday evening at the Cambridge Union Society by David Willetts was met by noisy protest.

Mark Steel joins rs21 political weekend

The rs21 political weekend will debate the situation facing revolutionary socialists in the 21st century.

Solidarity with SOAS cleaners

Cleaners at SOAS will strike tomorrow and Wednesday in an ongoing effort to be brought in-house.

Russia, Ukraine, Crimea: Sunday morning update

The crisis in Ukraine has escalated. War with Russia seems certain, although it is unclear how far any conflict may reach.

Lambeth College staff vote to ballot for strike action

At a packed branch meeting on Wednesday, members of UCU and Unison voted to ballot for indefinite strike action over proposed new contracts.

Oxfordshire activists set up Climate and Flooding Alliance

Nick Evans reports on the Oxfordshire Climate and Flooding Alliance.

The UAW’s defeat in Tennessee

Bill Crane analyses the roots of the UAW’s defe at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga.

Tuzla is the Spark – the promise of Bosnia’s uprising

The uprising in Bosnia, seemingly bursting from nowhere, is possibly one of the most important things to happen in Europe so far this year.

The floods: what can activists do?

Jonathan Neale argues that we need to be raising questions of climate change, be part of campaigns to make sure people are compensated, and organise to prevent cuts.

Defend RMT activist and tube striker Mark Harding

Around a hundred people gathered to support Mark Harding, a longstanding RMT activist, rep and branch secretary who is the victims of an outrageous and politicised anti-union prosecution.