WW archive > Issue 1334 - 11 February 2021


Women’s rights; Truth to power; Democracy; Dictatorship; Capitulation; Bullying; Irish manifesto; Micro storm

Fishy business in Holyrood

With the Holyrood inquiry being branded a whitewash, Paul Demarty asks what really lies behind the Sturgeon-Salmond feud

Bigger than January 6

Donald Trump is now on trial before the Senate charged with inciting insurrection. Jack Conrad says the attempted self-coup began long before the January 6 storming of the Capitol

Handcuffed gates

Students are resisting the academic cronies imposed on them by the Erdoğan regime. Esen Uslu reports

Principle, confusion and hope

Having looked at the birth and early years of the guerrillaist left in her first article Yassamine Mather turns to the internal struggles within the Fedai

From symbol to failure

On February 8 1971, 50 years ago, the geurrillaist left began its armed struggle by attacking a gendamerie post at Siahkal. Three police were killed and two comrades rescued. Yassamine Mather spoke to Ardeshir Mehrdad. He was a member of the Organisation of Iranian People’s Fadai until 1980 and later became editor of Iran Bulletin

Still not prepared to fight

The readmittance of suspended members does not mean that the right is in retreat, argues James Harvey

Happy to pay

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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