Death in Wapping

The News of the World scandal has revealed the true relationship between the media and politicians, writes James Turley

It has probed, at best semi-legally, into the private affairs of well-heeled celebrities, politicians and royals major and minor; yet Rupert Murdoch’s media empire has suffered its first major body-blow in decades at the hands of a dead teenager.

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Letters

Zionist Nazis; Magic away; Clapped-out; Classic; SPGB monks; Mughals; 1-2-3-4

Putting revolution back on to the agenda

Mark Kosman argues that anthropological and historical evidence provide reasons to be optimistic about the future. But if we are to move forward in the 21st century it is necessary to rethink all aspects of the Marxist, feminist and anarchist traditions

Euro zone crisis spreads from periphery to core

Toby Abse looks at the interplay between economics and politics after 'Black Friday'

Time for Labour rethink

Miliband is just as responsible as Cameron for News International corruption, writes Michael Copestake

COR conference: Missing perspective

Ben Lewis attended a workshop on 'Unions and the anti-cuts movement'

Convenor hung out to dry

AJ Byrne slates Unite's inaction and SWP vacillation

COR conference: Voting down unity while talking unity

Dave Isaacson reports on the July 9 conference of COR and the limits of the anti-cuts campaigns

Halfway through and gathering pace

Mark Fischer reports on the CPGB's Summer Offensive

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