WW archive > Issue 1239 - 21 February 2019

Good riddance to bad rubbish

The formation of the Independent Group vindicates what the left has long been saying, writes Peter Manson. So called ‘moderate’ Labour MPs belong in another party


Confusing; AWL scabs; Value; Dialectics; Materalism

Explorations of inequality

Andrea Levy: March 7 1956 - February 14 2019

From Bethnal Green to Baghuz

Sajid Javid has stripped Shamima Begum of her British citizenship - but there is a steadfast refusal to understand why she left in the first place, writes Paul Demarty

A convenient enemy

Hillel Ticktin delves beneath the propaganda to reveal what is really driving the friction between Russia and the west

Recession and xenophobia

Toby Abse reports on the latest shenanigans of the right-populist government - and the stirrings of organised working class opposition

Individualism or class struggle?

René Gimpel examines the philosophical and political development of Jean-Paul Sartre, and his fraught relationship with the French Communist Party

Banking on cliff edges is a dangerous strategy

With less than a week to go before the next Brexit vote, Theresa May has brought nothing meaningful back from Brussels. So what next? asks Eddie Ford

Now’s the time

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