WW archiveIssue 640
14 September 2006
Accountability and Tommy rot
Mark Fischer argues that there are more important issues at stake in the SSP fiasco than who lied and who told the truth about Tommy Sheridan's sex life
l It represented an unprincipled attempt to take a short cut to mass influence by 'Marxists' using petty nationalism.
Baghdad raid; Shame face; Respect rat; Good job; Split ones side; CPI(M) scepticism; Nationalist twist; Kiwi strike; Value others
Simon Wells reviews John Rees' Imperialism and resistance, Routledge 2006, pp265, £14.99
Unity not around 'Trotskyism', insists Mike Macnair, but around class independence, democracy and internationalism
Each year on September 16 Welsh nationalists celebrate 'Owain Glyndwr day'. Bob Davies looks at the myths surrounding the 'the last genuine Prince of Wales'
Carey Davies and Sachin Sharma report from the launch rally for John McDonnell's bid for the Labour Party leadership
The CPGB is sponsoring two motions to be put to the Respect annual conference on October 14-15. If you are a paid up member of Respect, add your support by writing to email@example.com
McDonnell's campaign should be strengthened with some key demands, says Peter Manson
Mary Godwin reports from the September 9 aggregate of CPGB members. On the agenda: student politics, our perspectives for the coming period and leadership elections