WW archive > Issue 198 - 03 July 1997
Scargill: ‘Keep quiet or get out’
Once again Arthur Scargill lays down the law against democracy in the SLP - this time in his reply to Martin Wicks. The comrade had forwarded him partisan suggestions for extending democracy in the SLP. The document he sent was signed by a number of SLP comrades and published in the Weekly Worker (June 12)
Produce evidence; Crude attempt; Fantasy world; Editorial questions
Scargill rubs it in ...
Tory minority lines up with Scottish Socialist Alliance
Dismissing the national question
Around the left
A single step forward
The report of the CPGB-organised discussion around the idea of a ‘crisis of expectations’ (see ‘Road to nowhere’ Weekly Worker June 19) has provoked two responses
Socialist Labour’s Blairites
John Stone of the Liaison Committee of Militants for a Revolutionary Communist International and former member of the League for a Revolutionary Communist International condemns the sectarian methods of SLA
Labour day in Detroit
Socialist Labour Party ‘voided’ member and Unison activist Barry Biddulph reports on workers struggle against the odds in the USA
Still making excuses
Rapprochement: where now?
Has the process ground to a halt? Dave Craig of the Revolutionary Democratic Group (faction of the SWP) gives his views
On to victory
From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, June 28 1917
Democracy and the Socialist Labour Party
Open letter from Terry Burns, the SLP’s parliamentary candidate in Cardiff Central
Revolutionaries or social workers?
Linda Addison reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund