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Fire in Babylon

22 Jun 2017

This is a disaster that results from decades of misrule, argues Paul Demarty

Capital in disarray

22 Jun 2017

The UK economy is set to enter a period of recession, argues Michael Roberts

Parallel campaign delivers win

15 Jun 2017

One the greatest upsets of the election took place in Sheffield Hallam, where a pro-Corbyn candidate defeated Nick Clegg. Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists reports

Pact with the devil?

15 Jun 2017

Will a deal with the DUP mean an end to the so-called peace process? Anne McShane investigates

Blow to separatism

15 Jun 2017

The Tory revival north of the border exposes the failure of left nationalism, writes Eddie Ford

Things have just got even better

15 Jun 2017

The unexpected general election result has considerably weakened the Tories and strengthened Jeremy Corbyn’s position. The left has a real chance of transforming the Labour Party into a united front of a special kind, says James Marshall of Labour Party Marxists

Bloodied, but not broken

15 Jun 2017

Paul Demarty examines the media’s role in May’s humiliation

Bitter taste of victory

08 Jun 2017

Can Ukip recover from its present decline? Paul Demarty thinks not

Politics of failure

01 Jun 2017

The government’s response to the Manchester bombing is to promise further crackdowns on democratic rights, writes Eddie Ford

The Libyan connection

01 Jun 2017

Those who voted for the bombing in 2011 must share some of the blame for incidents like Manchester, argues Yassamine Mather

Scandal fails to take hold

01 Jun 2017

Jeremy Corbyn seems to have survived attacks on his historic links with Irish republicans, but his response was still weak, argues Paul Demarty

Prepare for after June 8

01 Jun 2017

With only one week to go, a better Labour result than in 2015 might help persuade Jeremy Corbyn to stay on a leader, argues David Shearer of Labour Party Marxists

Sectarianism and secession

25 May 2017

Programmatically weak politics only helped reinforce the CPGB’s ultimate sectarianism after its re-entry into the Labour Party in the late 1930s, writes Lawrence Parker

Fudging the Labour Party

25 May 2017

Carla Roberts and William Sarsfield of Labour Party Marxists spoke to Hudson Leigh, a leftwing delegate to the 2017 annual conference of the Public and Commercial Services union in Brighton

Pensioners sidelined by atrocity

25 May 2017

The Tory manifesto’s attacks on the elderly is no longer in the headlines - but Paul Demarty wonders why such risks were taken