WW archive > Issue 1278 - 05 December 2019

Outcome uncertain

Looking at the latest polls, Eddie Ford concludes that it is not impossible for Labour to win the most seats.


No clean break; Utter betrayal; Corbyn smears; Not ‘clueless’

Breeding ground for terrorists

The Tories’ populist response to the London Bridge attack is no surprise. But the relationship between the prison system and Islamist terrorism seems to be symbiotic, argues Paul Demarty.

Expect the worst, hope for the best

Corbyn has only himself to blame for Labour’s predicament, writes Tony Greenstein.

Cold light of day

Could a Labour government really act in the interests of both workers and capital? Rex Dunn gives his take on the Financial Times and Jeremy Corbyn’s 2019 manifesto.

Preparing for battles ahead

Mary Govan reports on the joint meeting of CPGB and Labour Party Marxists comrades.

Pretend language of democracy

Thomas Klikauer and Norman Simms see the ugly old face of classic fascism behind the new social media veneer.

Drowned in blood

James Harvey concludes his thoughts on the 1918-19 German revolution, based on his talk at CU2019.

Make amends

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