WW archive > Issue 507 - 04 December 2003
On the crest of a wave
Mark Fischer discusses with George Galloway his attitude to the Labour Party, the prospects for the new Respect coalition and the importance of democracy
Glynn Robbins; Daft enough; Unholy alliance; Israeli nation; Natives resting; Anarcho record; Non-ideology; Nationalist myths
Good Friday on the rocks
Ian Donovan examines the rise and rise of Paisleyism and what it means for the Six Counties
No rights without responsibilities
Party aggregate: the first item on the agenda concerns the behaviour of John Pearson, a CPGB member from Manchester. There is a motion demanding his immediate expulsion.
What's in a name?
Mike Macnair takes issue with Dave Craig on republicanism. Dave Craigs article, Republican slogans and the CPGB, which shows a remarkable lack of understanding of the arguments CPGB comrades have been putting forward
Provocative and insulting
There was nothing remotely progressive in the defeat of Jacobitism, argues Dave Douglass, in this response to Neil Davidson of the Scottish Socialist Party's Socialist Worker platform
Respect for all things nice
Marcus Strom reports on the new Respect coalition's progress
Fire and brimstone
Around the web with Phil Hamilton: Democratic Unionist Party
Centre-left or socialist?
Ananda Samaddar saw George Galloway speak in Newcastle
Women's rights, political islam and secularism
Radical Iranian writer Chahla Chafiq shared a platform with Salma Yaqoob at last month's European Social Forum. The two sharply disagreed over the role of islam in politics. Afterwards she spoke to Peter Manson
Phil Kent reports on a 'British politics at the crossroads' rally