WW archive > Issue 1383 - 17 February 2022

Downfall of a company woman

Cressida Dick’s departure will not lead to meaningful reform. Paul Demarty insists that the police force needs to be replaced by a well-drilled popular militia


Rate of profit; Mangled; Powerful weapon; Workers’ sanctions; Class power; CPB frankness

Charting the way forward

We have suffered, and continue to suffer, from political fragility, but we have every reason to be confident about the future. James Harvey reports

Perspectives 2022

As proposed by the PCC and agreed by the AGM of CPGB members held on February 12

BDS: for or against?

Israeli settler-colonialism and the appropriate solidarity movement with the Palestinians were debated at the February 13 Online Communist Forum. Daniel Lazare argued that the BDS campaign is a cross-class popular front which therefore should be shunned. Mike Macnair stressed the US alliance with Israel, attempts to outlaw BDS and the ongoing witch-hunt against anti-Zionists in the Labour Party

Heading far-right

In light of recent opinion polls, Toby Abse looks at the increasing danger of a neo-fascist government

Main enemy is at home

When it comes to Ukraine, writes Eddie Ford, what matters is not territorial integrity, but the danger of generalised war in Europe

Getting there

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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