WeeklyWorker

WW archive > Issue 1101 - 07 April 2016

Both sides are reactionary

Demands are growing for Jeremy Corbyn to swing the balance to save Dave Cameron’s bacon. Eddie Ford calls for an active boycott

Letters

Expelled; Irrational; Failing badly; Superb; Super; Two-faced; Basic income

Don’t appease: fight!

The Labour Party’s Compliance Unit is employing TheDaily Telegraph to pursue its allegations of ‘anti-Semitism’, writes Tony Greenstein

Commodification and conditioning

Adam Unwin and John Yandell 'Rethinking education: whose knowledge is it anyway?', New Internationalist, 2016, pp143, £7.99

Harmful change is intolerable

Joint action is the way forward, says Richard Galen - and so is affiliation to the TUC

Straight-talking left

There is nothing to fear from openly and honestly reporting our meetings, writes Sarah McDonald

Who are the ‘moderate’ opposition?

Amongst the chaos, new alliances are taking shape, reports Yassamine Mather

A bureaucrat’s tool

Imogen Wilson’s predicament is a timely reminder that ‘safe spaces’ policies are anti-democratic and a gift to the right, argues Paul Demarty

Nationalise Tata

A statement from the Provisional Central Committee of the CPGB

Tide turns against Zuma

While the ‘official communists’ are now looking for a change of leadership, writes Peter Manson, they have no intention of championing working class independence

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