Issue 1325 - 26 November 2020
Please note that, because of the Coronavirus pandemic, we have had to suspend printing the Weekly Worker, which will remain online-only until the end of the crisis.
Magic money; New Labourism; Federal republic; Laudable; SPEW is right; Popular front; Better daily
A crisis over independence is on the horizon - and things could quickly get ugly, writes Paul Demarty
On the road to … where?
James Harvey of Labour Party Marxists looks at the dismal record of the official Labour left
Not giving any concessions
Clive Dean of Labour Party Marxists calls for more considered debate and no more sloppy formulations
Decline and decay
Gridlock domestically, economic stagnation and rebalancing abroad. Mike Macnair assesses the situation following the elections. This article is based on an opening given to the November 15 aggregate of CPGB and Labour Party Marxists members
End in sight
The wheels have fallen off Trump’s attempt to steal the election. Daniel Lazare grapples with the unwillingness of the GOP to move towards dictatorship and mass repression
Back to the deal?
Yassamine Mather looks at the likely developments with Biden in the White House
Youth section will win
The political battle cleaving the Socialist Party has dramatically intensified. Emil Jacobs reports
Show your support
The Communist Platform is midway through its Autumn Offensive to fund its political work, including the fight against the witch-hunt
Invest one, harvest three
Neo-Ottoman dreams cannot overcome imperialist realities, writes Esen Uslu
Star Wars posturing
Boris Johnson’s plan to squander billions on the armed forces in order to extend Britain’s ‘global influence’ is fully supported by Starmer’s Labour Party, notes Eddie Ford
Online Communist Forum
Sunday November 29 5pm, 'A week in politics: Political report and discussion from the CPGB’s Provisional Central Committee'
Winter Communist University
Friday January 8 - Sunday January 10 2021 After the US presidential election Consequences and considerations
Do your best
Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund