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Negotiations end in chaos

07 Dec 2017

Even if Theresa May manages to strong-arm Brexit negotiations to their next phase, there is a long way to go. Paul Demarty asks if she has the staying power

Farcical and malicious

07 Dec 2017

The December 2 Labour Against the Witchhunt meeting included an important contribution by black activist Marc Wadsworth. Alan Fox reports

Descent into farce

30 Nov 2017

Yassamine Mather reports on crown prince Salman’s latest attempts to stoke up conflict

Zionism and holocaust abuse

30 Nov 2017

It is completely legitimate to draw comparisons with the Nazis, insists Tony Greenstein

Soviet Russia and women’s emancipation

30 Nov 2017

Just how much progress was made in the fight for equality? Anne McShane focuses in particular on central Asia

Historical inaccuracies and theoretical overkill

30 Nov 2017

Identity politics are prone to fragmentation, only the working class project of universal liberation can unite the oppressed, argues Mike Macnair

Production for production’s sake

23 Nov 2017

Optimism over Bonn and COP23 is misplaced, writes Simon Wells

Capitalist hell

23 Nov 2017

Mike Macnair reviews: William Clare Roberts, Marx’s inferno: the political theory of capital, Princeton 2017, pp282, £21.40

Poststructuralism and decline

23 Nov 2017

Rex Dunn argues that sexism within the left is not the root cause for the rise of political correctness and identity politics

Quoting Nazis to damn ‘the Zionists’

16 Nov 2017

From Solidarity November 8 2017

Both sides of the witch-hunt

16 Nov 2017

It is not anti-Semitic to refer to the mutual praise exchanged between the Nazis and Zionists. Tony Greenstein examines the AWL’s political schizophrenia

Power structures and democratisation

16 Nov 2017

Mike Macnair looks at the implications of the ‘Pestminster’ scandal

Rising to the challenge

16 Nov 2017

Could the FLA develop into a fully-fledged fascist movement? That depends on the scale of forthcoming crises and the response of the left, argues James Harvey

Offering a real cure

09 Nov 2017

Ending the current chronic underfunding would be just the first step in overcoming the NHS mental-healthcare crisis, writes James Linney

Causing alarm in Rome and Brussels

03 Nov 2017

Toby Abse reports on the bizarre behaviour of Matteo Renzi, which has played into the hands of the right-populist M5S