WW archive > Issue 379 - 12 April 2001
Sack the lot
She did not actually say that much. That is one of the most interesting things about the so-called 'Sophiegate' affair. And yet some petty, albeit tactless, remarks by the stuck-up high Tory, Sophie Rhys-Jones, have apparently led to "the biggest crisis for the monarchy" since Diana Spencer died in 1997 (The Sun April 7).
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New way of working
Louise Christian is the Socialist Alliance's prospective parliamentary candidate for Hornsey and Wood Green. Peter Manson spoke to her for the Weekly Worker
May 1 target
Bright young things
SA executive Centralising our forces
Stop the National Front
Whither the Tories?
RMT witch hunt
Focus on action
Red raid on Caerphilly