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Arriving republics?

27 Apr 2006

Dave Craig of the Revolutionary Democratic Group contrasts the anti-monarchist mass movement in Nepal with the queen's birthday celebrations in Britain

Driven by neglect

20 Apr 2006

The British National Party really could not have hoped for better press in the lead-up to the May local elections in England. Huw Bynon reports

Driven by neglect

13 Apr 2006

Driven by neglect

Fighting on two fronts

30 Mar 2006

Mehdi Kia of Iran Bulletin - Middle East Forum addressed the March 26 London Communist Forum on the question, 'Will Iran be next? Should we align ourselves with the ayatollahs?' This is an edited version of his speech

Consistant democracy

30 Mar 2006

Mary Godwin reports on the debate at the London Communist Forum where comrade Mehdi Kia spoke

Show of union militancy

30 Mar 2006

Pensions dispute points to lack of politics, says Alan Stevens

Labour versus Blairism

30 Mar 2006

The events of the last couple of weeks have seen Blair go into crisis, writes Graham Bash of Labour Left Briefing. The question is, to what extent is it terminal?

New Labour sleaze merchants

23 Mar 2006

Capitalism inevitably means corruption, says Eddie Ford

My enemy's enemy

23 Mar 2006

Alan Stevens reviews George Galloway's new pamphlet 'Target Iran' - and is not impressed by its one-sidedness

New Labour sleaze merchants

16 Mar 2006

Capitalism inevitably means corruption, says Eddie Ford

Reject sanctions and the mullahs

16 Mar 2006

Open letter to the anti-war movement from Workers Left Unity Iran

Women show the way

16 Mar 2006

Yassamine Mather reports from a march of Iranian women in exile

No to US aggression, no to Iranian regime

16 Mar 2006

The tasks of the anti-war movement are twofold, argues Mehdi Kia, co-editor of Iran Bulletin - Middle East Forum

For a parliament with full powers

09 Mar 2006

The people of Wales must have the right to self-determination, argues Bob Davies, and calls for that right to be exercised in favour of unity within a federal republic of Wales, Scotland and England

Britain's drystone wall

02 Mar 2006

Can the British constitution be reformed? Not without mass political action by the working class, argues Dave Craig of the Revolutionary Democratic Group