WW archiveIssue 830
26 August 2010
Expel the collaborators
James Turley questions the nature of Labour as an organisation
Anyone still in doubt about the nature of the Labour right would do well to note the trickle of rightwingers taking up jobs for Tory-led administrations. Kate Hoey started the ball rolling by taking a sport-related advisory role for the buffoonish Boris Johnson when he became London mayor two years ago.
Misengineered; Tokenistic; Strange blokes; Muslim privilege; Trivialisation; Luxurious Gaza; Labour lessons; Vote rightwing; Sectarianism
Robbie Rix wants help in making his wish reality
Tony Greenstein reviews Yitzhak Laor's 'The myths of liberal Zionism' Verso, 2009, pp192, £14.99
Report on the debates, the disagreements, and the comradeship at Communist University 2010
Gerry Downing wonders why so many 'revolutionaries' cannot back the rank-and-file candidate in the election for general secretary of a major union
The EDL did not turn up to disrupt an SWP event after all, reports Maciej Zurowski
Nick Rogers discusses the transition to communism in the context of the CPGB's 'Draft programme'
Howard Roak looks back at this year's Summer Offensive
Toby Abse condemns the architect of the 'strategy of tension'
Comrades attending Communist University for the first time reflect on their experience