Labour can?t be wished away

?Diane Abbott says she supports the priority pledges of the Socialist Alliance,? said comrade Anne Mc Shane in an all-London CPGB meeting a few days after the general election. ?OK, if that?s so, we should now hold her to account. We should openly proclaim that we support her, that she is in part our SA MP and seek to develop an ongoing deeper political relationship. How would Tony Blair feel about having an SA fifth column in the ranks of his party??

?Diane Abbott says she supports the priority pledges of the Socialist Alliance,? said  comrade Anne Mc Shane in an all-London CPGB meeting a few days after the general election. ?OK, if that?s so, we should now hold her to account. We should openly proclaim that we support her, that she is in part our SA MP and seek to develop an ongoing deeper political relationship. How would Tony Blair feel about having an SA fifth column in the ranks of his party??

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Letters

Spell-chequer; Humble and poor; Tartan tint; Closed windows

General election 2001 - left results

General election 2001 - left results

Scargillite spin

SLP statement, Friday June 8

Northern Ireland elections ?Flight from centre? rocks Blair

Both the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn F?in made big gains in last week?s elections. Michael Malkin assesses the effect on the peace process

General election 2001 - left results

General election 2001 - left results

Election sees left advance

The results of the Socialist Alliance and Scottish Socialist Party may have been disappointing, argues Peter Manson, but the campaign represented a real gain

Building upon solid foundations

General election 2001 - left results

General election 2001 - left results

General election 2001 - left results

Vote 2001 Campaign review

Stockton South candidate Lawrie Coombs gives a candidate?s view of the general election

Nottingham

Canvassing everywhere

?Official? complacency comes under fire

The People?s Press Printing Society, the cooperative which owns the Morning Star, held its 56th annual general meeting in four venues - Glasgow, Manchester, Cardiff and London - over June 8-11. Stan Keable attended the London session on June 11

Beyond the sects

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