WW archiveIssue 807
04 March 2010
National government danger comes with hung parliament
A hung parliament could shift British politics to the right, warns Eddie Ford
Now that the general election is only weeks away, with May 6 being widely touted, all the mainstream bourgeois parties are in full campaigning mode. All systems go. Engage every trick in the book.
No surrender; Blacklisted; Him as well; Blind alley; Tax loopholes; Colonist; Urgent; Fighting Harman; In between; Misunderstood
Mýgýrdýç Baylýk: June 18 1943-February 24 2010. Jack Conrad celebrates his life
African National Congress Youth League steals language of left, reports Terry Bell
Open letter to the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition from Mark Fischer, CPGB national organiser
Internationally Hezbollah allies itself with anti-imperialist movements for progressive change, but in Lebanon it defends the confessional status quo, argues Assaf Kfoury
Withdrawal calls reveal lack of strategy, writes James Turley
Allan Armstrong of the Scottish Socialist Party's international committee argues for the break-up of Britain - giving nationalism a socialist coloration in the name of 'internationalism from below'
The rightwing is not only playing the race card, writes Peter Manson
But continue to fight for partyist unity around a Marxist programme, urges Peter Manson
The breathtaking hypocrisy surrounding the Mills case must be exposed, argues Toby Abse
Robbie Rix is pleased to say March has started off reasonably well