Turn the tables on the right

The coup attempt against Jeremy Corbyn presents the left with both a huge challenge and an historic opportunity. James Marshall, writing for Labour Party Marxists, assesses the balance of forces, and outlines a programme of immediate action and long-term strategic aims

During the EU referendum campaign Labour’s right, Cameron’s Tories and the ‘remain’ media all observed a kind of ceasefire. Attacks on Jeremy Corbyn, ‘anti-Zionism equals anti-Semitism’ smearing, ‘Labour is bound to lose’ predictions, etc, were temporarily put on hold. They needed him to bring on board traditional Labour voters and the young. But, once the EU results were announced, Operation Get Jeremy Corbyn was set in motion.

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Letters

Left unity; Eton mess; Election now; Out of context; Bad review; CPGB response?; Time illusion

Two roads to ruin

Republican establishment figures are unsure whether to throw their weight behind Donald Trump or wait for better times. Jim Creegan reports

After an unexpected vote

Mike Macnair introduced the discussion at the CPGB aggregate on the fallout following the EU referendum result. This is an edited version of his speech

War criminals all

The Labour right is guilty of much more than plotting against Jeremy Corbyn, writes Yassamine Mather

Setting our sights high

Sunday June 26 saw the launch of the CPGB’s annual Summer Offensive fundraising drive, Peter Manson reports

Brexit and Labour - twin crises

Peter Manson reports on last weekend’s CPGB membership meeting

Fear, confusion and delusions

Left responses to the referendum result vary from despondency to total exuberance. Both are misplaced, argues Paul Demarty

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