Democracy & State

Overcoming the enemies within

17 May 2012

The left must unite in order to change the relationship of forces both within and outside the Labour Party, argues Mike Macnair

No dodging self-determination

21 Jan 2021

Whoever is chosen as leader, the Scottish Labour Party is cruising for a bruising, reckons Paul Demarty

Abolish the mayors

21 Jan 2021

We need accountability in local government and in our movement too. James Harvey looks at the corruption scandal in Liverpool

Open and honest debate

14 Jan 2021

The CPGB’s first online winter school proved to be a real success. James Harvey reports

A conservative revolution

14 Jan 2021

National sovereignty crystalised Gaelicism and late Victorian mores. Marc Mulholland argues, in his second article, that there was no transformation of popular consciousness

Simplistic and one-sided

14 Jan 2021

It is essential to openly and honestly discuss the EHRC report, insists suspended Labour member Tom Conwell

End of internet anarchy

14 Jan 2021

Fallout from the Capitol invasion shows that pacification of social media is well underway, says Paul Demarty

Back to square one

07 Jan 2021

The Covid catastrophe - fuelled by monumental incompetence - has forced the government to impose a new national lockdown. For the labour movement that is neither something to celebrate nor to vote for, writes Eddie Ford

Socialism, nationalism and Ireland

07 Jan 2021

Before and during the Second International there were many different approaches to the questions of socialism and nationalism. In Ireland James Connolly banked on nationalists taking a positive attitude towards the cause of labour. In his next article Marc Mulholland will look at Ireland’s conservative revolution

Theses on Keir Starmer’s Labour Party

07 Jan 2021

A serious accounting for the failures of Corbynism cannot be avoided any longer. Our perspectives must go beyond capitalism. We have had enough silly initiatives and attempts to close or limit debate. Labour Party Marxists has submitted this contribution to the Labour Left Alliance’s January 30 conference

End of the beginning

07 Jan 2021

The Brexit trade deal settles little - the EU will haunt British politics for years to come, writes Paul Demarty

SCOTLAND SUPPLEMENT III - Separatism, federalism, centralism

17 Dec 2020

Breaking apart existing states is not the road to socialism, but the road to defeat, writes Jack Conrad

Europe after Brexit

17 Dec 2020

As the British and European powers continue haggling, Paul Demarty assesses the state of the EU

A guide for the perplexed

17 Dec 2020

The country faces a systemic crisis. Daniel Lazare argues that ‘Repocratic’ politics inevitably leads to chaos

Attack on right to report

17 Dec 2020

Bernard Mattson investigates the charges against Julian Assange and finds them wanting

Rising tide of resistance

17 Dec 2020

Oversubscribed and eager to fight. Clive Dean of Labour Party Marxists reports on a successful launch

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