Sacked PCS union rep Candy Udwin won her reinstatement after an all-out strike at the National Gallery.
Manchester this week was a tale of two cities. One is behind the police cordons and giant metal security fence. Within this enclosure the rich and powerful mixed in comfort.
The Tories are talking up the prospect of winning a vote for airstrikes in Syria.
Andy Burnham’s speech welcomed refugees but said migrants cause low wages, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Denis Healey, an old Labour right winger, called himself socialist. But his real legacy is dumping principles for power, says Simon Basketter
Russia’s military intervention in Syria has confirmed the most basic reality of the war—outside powers increasingly dominate Syria’s fate.
It took a week. Asked about the allegation that he put his penis in the mouth of a dead pig, David Cameron said, “Everyone can see why the book was written and everyone can see straight through it.