WW archive > Issue 1284 - 31 January 2020
The new ‘party of order’
Paul Demarty asks what the Wuhan outbreak has to teach us about the political moment.
Misleading; Labour split?; Dictatorship; No union support; Don’t despair
Principled voices few and far between
Despite Corbyn’s imminent departure, the ‘Anti-Zionism equals anti-Semitism’ smear campaign remorselessly grinds on, writes Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists.
After the general election
Peter Manson reports on the debates and votes at the CPGB’s annual general meeting.
Corbyn and post-Corbyn Labour Party
Agreed by the January 25 meeting of CPGB members and supporters
An exercise in futility
For the leadership of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign it as though the last four years of ‘anti-Semitism’ smears and the defeat of Jeremy Corbyn had not happened. Tony Greenstein reports on the AGM.
UK vs Team 27
Brexit might have happened, writes Eddie Ford, but it will be far from plain sailing when it comes to trade talks, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
The wealth of nations
Michael Roberts examines the controversies about using gross domestic product as a measure.
Sylvia Riley "Winter at the bookshop, politics and poverty: St Ann’s in the 1960s" Five Leaves Publications, 2019, pp147, £7.99.
In the balance
James Harvey looks at the contenders for next month’s Irish general election and the possible coalitions