WW archiveIssue 565
24 February 2005
The SWP voted down the CPGB's principled call for the scrapping of all immigration controls at the October conference of Respect. Now we can see the result, writes Tina Becker. George Galloway is free to ape the populist calls of the Tories and Labour government for 'controlled immigration'
An appeal by the Organisation of Women's Freedom in Iraq
Should Andrew Murray join the SWP? The idea is not as weird as it sounds, thinks Alan Rees
Roy Bainton A brief history of 1917: Russia's year of revolution Constable and Robinson 2005, pp315, £8.99