WW archive > Issue 828 - 29 July 2010
Localist separatism can only produce crazy confusion
Mike Macnair reports on the latest attempt to create a national grouping to the left of Labour
Nazi EDL; Double-think; Big Co-op; Against freedom; Here's an idea; White rights; Religious rights
Peasant socialism and the persistence of polytheism
Jack Conrad continues his survey of Ancient Israel in Supplement II
A tireless internationalist
Chris Strafford looks at the role of Albert Inkpin in the formation of the Communist Party of Great Britain
BP, Libya and the national interest
Peter Manson looks at the furore over the release of the 'Lockerbie bomber'
David Douglass reviews Mike Pentelow and Peter Arkell's 'A pub crawl through history: the ultimate boozers' Who's who' Janus, 2010, pp368, £16.99
Rehabilitation failure shows failure of whole prison system
Jon Venables has been sent back inside for two years. He was never given a serious chance of a normal life on the outside, reports Eddie Ford
Ian Tomlinson's death caused by police kettling
Outrage over non-prosecution of PC Harwood puts establishment on the defensive, notes Jim Gilbert
Coalition threatens Lib Dems with oblivion
The 'Brokeback' speech by David Davis casts light on the possible demise of the Liberal Democrats in the 2015 general election, argues James Turley
Why don't you call yourselves something different?
Maciej Zurowski reports on some interesting exchanges at the 1234 music festival
Continuing our series marking the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of Great Britain, Mark Fischer looks at how the second Russian Revolution was assessed by 'The Call'
Howard Roak calls for a really good week for the SO campaign