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Cops knew of 'failings' within months of Cherry Groce’s shooting

Police failings contributed to the death of Dorothy “Cherry” Groce, an inquest jury has found.


Eleanor Marx - the activist who built unions and fought oppression

Sarah Ensor looks at the life of Eleanor Marx, who was key to industrial struggles at the end of the 19th century, and interviews author of a new biography Rachel Holmes

Migrant workers are fighting back against racism in Greece

A court battle between migrant farm workers and the bosses who shot at them has inspired a strike against racist raids and restrictions on the other side of the country

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Palestinian liberation is ingrained into the Egyptian revolution

Many consider the second Palestinian Intifada in 2000 to be the beginning of the road to the Egyptian revolution, writes Wassim Wagdy


Will there be racism in an independent Scotland?

Ayesha Saleem and Stephen McBroom argue that anti-racism must be a central part of the struggle to break the British state

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