WW archive > Issue 1260 - 18 July 2019
Constitutional or political?
Mike Macnair asks whether talk of a ‘constitutional crisis’ following the election of Boris Johnson as Tory leader is real or illusory
Frank talking; Traitor or coward; Twins and sneers; For himself; Turn to youth
Volatile times ahead
We are heading for a constitutional crisis, writes Peter Manson and certainly an early general election.
A new mood dawns
William Sarsfield reports from the Durham Miners Gala 2019, where the ‘Appeal for a Labour Left Alliance’ was very well received
The politics of offence
Eddie Ford thinks everybody should be open to political criticism - even those who are pregnant or receiving treatment for illness
BBC’s war on Corbyn
Panorama’s ‘Is Labour anti-Semitic?’ would have made Pravda proud, argues Tony Greenstein
Brexit and reunification
James Harvey considers the consequences in the Six Counties if the United Kingdom really does leave the EU
A vizier or a jester?
As Erdoğan plays the US off against Russia, Esen Uslu asks if his optimism is misplaced
Taaffe counts his shekels
The two sides in the CWI dispute are engaged in a tawdry wrangling over cash, writes Paul Demarty