WW archive > Issue 130 - 15 February 1996

New fight for Ireland

The ending of the IRA ceasefire with the Docklands bomb may have temporarily stalled negotiations, but all parties are committed to getting them back on track


Basic mistake; Ex-worker; CPUK; Simple socialism; Workers arrested

For the IRA, against the British state!

Statement on the IRA bombing of Canary Wharf

Party school

Party notes

Programmatic clarification: a reply to the RDG

Trotskyist move to CPGB

Important steps

Kevin McQuillan, leader of the Irish Republican Socialist Party, spoke to the Weekly Worker

Scorched earth policy

Social security cuts

Firefighters to resist cuts

Challenging reformism?

Nick Clarke spoke to Allan Green, coordinator of the Scottish Socialist Alliance, after its conference last week

Who’s for the SLP?

Communist press

The menace of May

From 'The Workers’ Weekly', paper of the Communist Party of Great Britain, February 12 1926

Heresy and orthodoxy

Danny Hammill reviews 'Reinventing Darwin: The Great Evolutionary Debate' by Niles Eldredge, (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1995, pp244)

The RDG programmists

Bob Smith - For a Permanent Party Polemic Committee

World politicians

Marcus Larsen of Communist Party Advocates writes from Australia

Self-defence is no offence

Reconstruction of the left

Bob Smith of the CPGB faction, For a Permanent Party Polemic Committee, poses his questions about the reconstruction of the left to comrade Arman Arani of the Organisation of Revolutionary Workers of Iran on the anniversary of the Iranian revolution

Scottish Socialist Alliance launched

A step forward for left unity - now for political clarity

Ballot box or ‘Bolshevism’?

Vote Labour, but ...

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