WW archive > Issue 1230 - 06 December 2018
Whatever happened to peak oil?
Prices are down to a 10-year low. It is clear that dire predictions of exhausted reserves and the world running out of oil were thoroughly misconceived. Jack Conrad returns to the issue of energy
Not the answer; In Israeli eyes; Labour policy; Crunch time; Yellow vests
Civil war far from over
David Shearer of Labour Party Marxists reports on LAW’s membership meeting
Islamophobia and free speech
The Muslim Council of Britain now wants its own version of the IHRA definition, which for Eddie Ford can only be bad for freedom of expression
Zionists in the Labour Party, unite!
Momentum and the JLM have teamed up to take on David Icke, why bother says Carla Roberts
Trade, tariffs and financial stability
According to the Federal Reserve, writes Michael Roberts, the risk of another recession is no longer ‘negligible’
Little cause for optimism in Italy
The left is fragmented, directionless and in total disarray, writes Toby Abse
Competition and cooperation
Review of 'Elinor Ostrom’s rules for radicals' by Derek Wall, Pluto Press, 2017, pp160, £16.99
Fall of the house of Osamor
Kate Osamor’s resignation is a symptom of more serious political sicknesses, argues Jim Grant
Will you keep smashing that target, readers?