WW archive > Issue 1332 - 28 January 2021


Problems; Dictatorship; Seal the borders; EHRC take-down; Terror and Islam; Need to fight; Ireland; Draw the line; Indian protests; Over to George

Republicans at odds

Following the events of January 6, Jim Creegan looks at the state of play within the Grand Old Party

Old regime is cracking apart

Not a Tudor but a Whig republic. Bradley Mayer sees change coming sooner than many expect

Fudge, muddle, clarity

James Marshall of Labour Party Marxists provides a rough guide to the issues and arguments that will dominate the January 30 Zoom conference

Honing and updating

Vernon Price reports on last weekend’s membership aggregate and the three debates over programme

Light and air

Paul Demarty insists that unrestricted free speech is central to the communist project

Going nowhere fast

If 2020 was a year of bitter disappointment and demoralisation for the Labour left, then 2021 is shaping up to be no better, writes James Harvey

Disputed heritage

The pathetically weak remnants have been marking the centenary of the Partito Comunista. Toby Abse reports from Livorno

For or against ‘AGREEMENTISM’?

In his third and final article in this series Lars T Lih analyses the duel over support for the Provisional Government that divided the Bolsheviks from the Mensheviks before Lenin’s return from exile in Switzerland

Rotting fish and carnage

For many the Brexit dream has already turned into a nightmare, writes Eddie Ford

Target reached

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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