WW archive > Issue 1217 - 06 September 2018

NEC left capitulates

But there might yet be light at the end of the tunnel, says Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists


Who needs maths?; People's Vote; Real target; Unfit for purpose

A man of contradictions

Michael Bettaney (Malkin) February 13 1950-August 16 2018

Grovelling will not save you

No olive branch is big enough for the Labour right Paul Demarty wonders why the leadership keeps offering them

Left in disunity

Dave Vincent looks at the strange battle for assistant general secretary

From Postgate to Barthélemy

Marc Mulholland tells the story of a French revolutionary hanged for murder in London in 1855

Movement we need to build

Review of Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman, on general release

From Trump to quantum computing

This year’s CU once again saw lively debate, reports Danny Hammill

Bloodstained colours of Benetton

Toby Abse looks at the politics underlying the collapse of the Genoa bridge


The editor congratulates comrades on a cracking Summer Offensive

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