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Disintegrating alliance

02 Nov 2017

The SACP is calling for a ‘reconfigured alliance’ with the ANC in a desperate attempt to stave off the pressure from below, writes Peter Manson

Genuine, consistent solidarity

03 Aug 2017

The clerical regime was reactionary from the start, writes Yassamine Mather - even though there were those who claimed it was ‘moving towards the socialist camp’

Under pressure to stand

20 Jul 2017

While the SACP has finally agreed to contest elections independently, writes Peter Manson, its leadership is still fully committed to class collaboration

An unsavoury alliance

06 Jul 2017

‘Regime change from above’ cannot be ruled out, writes Yassamine Mather

Tails you lose, heads you lose

16 Feb 2017

Whether over Brexit or Labour strategy, writes Eddie Ford, Corbyn is determined to appease the centre and the right

May elections to be contested

02 Feb 2017

Pete McLaren, representative of individual members on the steering committee, reports on the January 28 conference

Yet more retreats

12 Jan 2017

Backpedalling will not save Jeremy Corbyn, argues Paul Demarty

A false narrative

15 Dec 2016

The current Momentum crisis has nothing to do with age, Trotsky or even the voting method to be used at conference, says Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists. It is about who controls Momentum and for what political ends

Confused reformism

24 Nov 2016

Hillel Ticktin lambasts the shadow chancellor’s economic timidity

We live in hope

17 Nov 2016

Peter Manson reviews the SWP’s second Pre-Conference Bulletin and finds it wanting

A comedy of errors

17 Nov 2016

Attempts to undertand the history of the CPGB and its leadership of the National Left Wing Movement in the 1920s are far from satisfactory, writes Lawrence Parker

Consistent orientation needed

10 Nov 2016

Peter Taaffe should admit that SPEW’s previous characterisation of Labour was badly mistaken, writes Peter Manson

How not to course-correct

10 Nov 2016

Socialist Resistance has finally shifted focus to Labour - but on a rotten basis, reckons Jim Grant

Going into overdrive

06 Oct 2016

On the one hand, the Morning Star is supporting Jeremy Corbyn completely uncritically, writes Peter Manson. On the other, it claims the real action is ‘on the streets’

Victory and retreat

29 Sep 2016

Despite the talk about ‘wiping the slate clean’, Jim Grant of Labour Party Marxists expects the war to continue