WW archive > Issue 534 - 24 June 2004
Contained; Brazen; Anti-fascism; ANL mark II; Reforms; Curios; Hysterical; Libellous; Presumption; SPGB errors
UKIP: England - the lion awakes?
Patrick Presland looks at the recent electoral successes of the UK Independence Party.
Tina Becker on the latest developments with the European Social Forum
Elections: Royal socialism - on the road to nowhere
Dave Craig of the Revolutionary Democratic Group analyses the outcome of the left's recent election campaigns.
Respect - here to stay: For accountable and motivated representatives
Oliur Rahman was the Respect candidate in the Greater London Assembly constituency of City and East, where he polled 19,675 votes (15.03%). Peter Manson asked him about the campaign.
FBU: Leadership under pressure
Alan Fox analyses the recent events surrounding the FBU's decision to disaffiliate from the Labour Party.
Respect: Lessons of Socialist Alliance
Tina Becker reports on a meeting of Respect in North-East London.
Aggregate: Assessing Respect
Mary Godwin reports on the CPGB's recent aggregate.
ASLEF: Reclaim the union
Dean Hooper looks at the latest developments in the ASLEF saga.
EU Constitution: No to confederal quasi-unity
Europe's capitalists and bureaucrats cannot democratically unite the continent. That historic task, argues Jack Conrad, falls to the working class
Unite Against Fascism: Establishment-friendly
Phil Hamilton reviews the website of Unite Against Fascism.
Summer Offensive: Not bad, but "¦
Ian Mahoney gives the latest news on the progress of the CPGB's Summer Offensive.