WW archive > Issue 954 - 21 March 2013
Pope Francis: Silence equals complicity
Far from being a new broom or reformer, writes Eddie Ford, the new pope is a reactionary to his marrow
Safe space; Rape sanity; Aunty Tom; Dinosaur; Ad feminem; Alpha-males; Full frontal; Unsanctioned; Playing politics
Lee Rock: Campaign against victimisation takes off
Tina Becker reports on the campaign to reinstate Sheffield PCS union rep and Weekly Worker supporter Lee Rock
'Anti-imperialist united front': No inherent connection with the working class
Ten years after the height of the mobilisation against the Iraq war, Mike Macnair calls for an end to the politics of the anti-imperialist united front
SWP and no platform: Meanwhile, in the real world ...
The intensifying feminist offensive against the far left is the bitter fruit of our collective political mistakes, argues Paul Demarty
PCS strike: PCS goes it alone
Civil servants are striking for a decent pay rise and to defend pay and conditions. But, asks Dave Vincent, will the current strategy win?
Appeal from the editor
As part of our appeal for assistance with legal costs, Weekly Worker editor Peter Manson provides an update
Student elections: Campaigning for communism
Communist Students member Callum Williamson reports on his campaign during the Univeristy of Westminster Union student elections
Italian political crisis: Anti-working class stalemate
The contending parties cannot agree on how to make workers pay for the crisis. Toby Abse reports
Free Derry review: Freedom for a year
David Douglass reviews: Adrian Kerr, 'Free Derry: protest and resistance'. Guildhall Press, 2013, pp224, £11.95
SWP leadership crisis: If you don’t talk about it ...
Peter Manson thinks that the SWP leadership needs to stop doing its ostrich impression
Fighting fund: Eyes open
Robbie Rix is always happy to get feedback from our supporters