WW archiveIssue 860
07 April 2011
Serwotka gives a lead - TUC must follow
The TUC has had leadership of the anti-cuts movement thrust upon it, writes Peter Manson. But the left must look to the long term
There is no doubt that, following the magnificent London demonstration on March 26, the leadership of the movement against the coalition government’s vicious austerity drive has been placed firmly in the hands of the Trade Union Congress.
Ultra-leftism; Abundant; No Galloway vote; My perspective; What else?; Fight goes on; Freedom bombs; Useless; Sensuous; Manipulative
Robbie Rix thanks internet donors
Communist Students convened in Manchester for its annual conference on April 2. Greg Compton reports
The Labour Representation Committee's national committee met in Preston on Saturday April 2, its first out-of-London meeting since the January AGM enlarged the NC to include delegates from local LRC groups. Greater London deputy delegate Stan Keable reports
Dave Vincent also takes issue with the CPGB's aim of transforming the Labour Party and asks: What is up with some leading lights within the CPGB?
CPGB's first congress debated inter-party relations
Those who are waiting for a 'pure' opposition will wait forever, writes James Turley
General strikes are a tactic, not a strategy. Michael Copestake attends a local meeting of the SWP
Chris Strafford takes issue with the CPGB's aim of transforming the Labour Party
Anne Mc Shane demands that revolutionaries must put forward ideas that deal with what is really happening in the world