WW archive > Issue 136 - 28 March 1996

Council workers must stand firm

The attempt by a London council to deny its workers union rights sets a precedent which the entire movement must resist


Sloppy; Impermissible bias; Debate smothered; Subjective; Two doctrines; Refreshing politics

Mad government disease

Fight liquidationism

Party notes

Bureaucratic anti-racism

Politically incorrect

Kevin McQuillan of the IRSP replies to ‘Irish feud wastes revolutionary lives’

Inla statement

The CPB tortoise stirs

The Communist Party of Britain has named April as a “month of heightened political activity”. Ian Farrell reports on its London public meeting

World for workers only

From 'The Workers’ Weekly', paper of the Communist Party of Great Britain, March 26 1926

Stomach-churningly frank

Paul Greenaway reviews 'Trainspotting', directed by Danny Boyle (1995, general release)

The theory of leader centralism

Bob Smith - For a Permanent Party Polemic Committee

Islamicism on the march


Great terror and opposition

Phil Sharpe of the Trotskyist Unity Group reports on the recent lecture tour of a visiting Russian academic

Strange bedfellows

Communist press

Anarcho-communist trajectory

Dave Craig of the RDG replies to the RWT’s supplement, ‘The struggle for communism - yesterday, today and tomorrow’ (Weekly Worker October 12 1995)

Against republicanism

Paul Cockshot replies to ‘Revolutionary republicanism’ (Weekly Worker February 29) by Dave Craig of the RDG

Boycott the bills

Sink the quangos

SLP in Scotland

Pitying their victims

Relearn solidarity

Lessons of Iran

Social disease

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