WW archive > Issue 1187 - 25 January 2018

Hard, soft or no Brexit?

The working class needs a strategy that tails neither big capital nor backward-looking politicians, argues Jack Conrad


For sale; Straw men; Peak journey; Churchill cult; UC poverty; Like it is; Radical Burns

‘Dead end’ of privatisation

The collapse of Carillion blows apart a key myth, argues Michael Roberts

Chuck Schumer’s long lunch

It is the paralysis of rightwing Democrats which the three-day government shutdown exposes, not the White House, argues Paul Demarty

No to unprincipled alliances

Iranian workers should be careful about who they associate with, argues Yassamine Mather

Extending an ‘olive branch’

What lies behind the incursion into Syria? Esen Uslu looks behind the headlines

Parallel dead ends

Peter Manson reviews: Ronnie Kasrils, A simple man: Kasrils and the Zuma enigma Auckland Park 2017, pp283, £16.19 and Dale McKinley, South Africa’s corporatised liberation Auckland Park 2017, pp198, £14.95

End the witch hunt

Stan Keable, secretary of Labour Against the Witchhunt, reports on a successful lobby of Labour’s NEC

High note

Let's end January on target, says Robboe Rix

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