WW archive > Issue 1255 - 13 June 2019

Fiasco nears conclusion

Peter Taaffe’s split-mongering shows that loyalty to him is the yardstick of orthodoxy in his ‘international’, argues Paul Demarty


Hebrew nation; Confused; Song and dance; Identity; Sex workers; Symbolic

New type of party

Genuine democracy means collective decision-making and accountability, argues Peter Manson

Colours, shades, limits

In the second of four articles Jack Conrad explores the good, the bad and the ugly sides of green political thought

From Peterborough to Pompeo

With every new victim of the witch-hunt, the requirements to qualify as an ‘anti-Semite’ are substantially lowered, says Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists

From rentism to communism

Peter Frase Four futures: life after capitalism Verso, 2016, pp160, £8.99

Corbyn misses a trick

While Labour prioritises blocking a no-deal Brexit, writes Eddie Ford, it has failed to respond in a principled way to Tory confessions of drug use

More than refreshing

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