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


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

Who are the ‘moderate’ opposition?

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

Don’t appease: fight!

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

Straight-talking left

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

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

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

Nationalise Tata

A statement from the Provisional Central Committee of the CPGB

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

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