Decline still much in evidence

Peter Manson reviews the SWP’s third Pre-conference Bulletin

I am afraid that the third and final Socialist Workers Party Pre-conference Bulletin only confirms the sad fact that there is now virtually no opposition within the SWP to the bureaucratic-centralist sectarianism of the central committee.1

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Letters

RIC left cover; Callous; Class act; Left Unity; Oppressors; No 'safe spaces'

Doing a Scottish jig

Alan Woods has performed a 180 degree about-turn. Daniel Harvey comments

Doing politics the same

Despite its commitment to ‘safe spaces’, Socialist Resistance’s view on the way we should organise is not ‘different’ at all, comments Mike Macnair

Fragmentation shrinks the mainstream

Rochester shows that everything is up in the air. The outcome of the next general election is impossible to predict, writes Eddie Ford

Trampling over red lines

The appointment of Die Linke’s first regional prime minister will mark a ‘historic’ day for the establishment, says Tina Becker. Left Unity should urgently learn the lessons

The masses bear the brunt

Yassamine Mather assesses the latest extension of negotiations between Iran and the 5+1 powers

Reinvigorated spirit

Russell Brand Revolution Century, 2014, pp384, £20

Non-historic people

The Radical Independence Campaign wants to hold the SNP to account. Who are they kidding? asks Paul Demarty

£312 in three days

Robbie Rix was doing crowdfunding before it became fashionable

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