Stan Keable

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No case to answer

Stan Keable was expelled last week from the Labour Party because of his association with Labour Party Marxists, of which he is secretary. This is his reply to Labour’s head of disputes

Inconsistently democratic

Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists reports on the CLPD annual conference

Putting the case for real socialism

The recent elections in Momentum allowed us to test our strength and present our arguments, writes Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists

Banned motion

Motion banned by the Labour Party prefaced by complaint about the decision

Sole director wants to dispense with representative democracy

Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists reports on the botched Bonapartist coup and the ongoing rebellion

Disaffiliation by stealth

We should be fighting the methods of the Labour bureaucracy, not adopting them, writes LPM secretary Stan Keable

Missing from the story

The story of prehistoric human communism was missing from the SWP's Marxism reports Stan Keable

Advancing but taking heavy casualties

The Labour right is doing all in its power to retain control and exclude opponents. Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists reports on the AGM of the CLPD

Wishful thinking rather than hard truth

Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists was at John McDonnell’s Labour Left Platform roundtable discussion on February 7

Democratic organisation needed

Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists attended the January 17 Reclaim the Union meeting of Unison activists

Not in the Weekly Worker

Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists attended the AGM for Greater London

Threat of witch-hunt averted

Stan Keable reports on the Labour Representation Committee’s November 8 annual conference

LRC: Inclusivity and intolerance

Some leading members are displaying an unhealthy aversion to dissenting views. Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists attended the final meeting of its outgoing national committee

LRC: A crisis of soul searching

The Labour Representation Committee’s leadership is anticipating a ‘make or break’ annual general meeting on November 8. Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists reports