WW archive > Issue 1086 - 10 December 2015

Heads right wins, tails Corbyn loses

Oldham West highlights the continuing divisions within the Labour Party, writes Eddie Ford


Challenge; Gutter; No discussion!; Respect Labour; Still here; Failing animals

Gun violence and atomisation

It is not only pacifists who have doubts about the right to bear arms, writes Rex Dunn

No controversy, please

Peter Manson reports on the PA’s second national delegate conference

When Marx was a reformist

David Douglass reviews: René Berthier Social democracy and anarchism in the International Workers Association 1864-1877 Merlin Press, 2015, pp256, £16.95

Bureaucracy - in the state and on the left

Mike Macnair reviews: David Graeber The utopia of rules: on technology, stupidity and the secret joys of bureaucracy Melville House, 2015, pp274, £9.47

Confront, intimidate, deselect

The 66 rebel Labour MPs are traitors. Do not be fooled by their crocodile tears, warns Paul Demarty

Principals and proxies

Ankara’s regional influence is under threat, writes Esen Uslu

Time to shed illusions

Only the international solidarity of our class can deliver a lasting solution, writes Yassamine Mather

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