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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

Euro rebel defies Blair

15 Jan 1998

Ken Coates talks to the Weekly Worker about the need to build a fightback

Blair puts the boot in

15 Jan 1998

A republican party of the working class

15 Jan 1998

Jan Berryman analyses developments in the SLP from a republican-communist angle

‘Peace’ train back on track

15 Jan 1998

Blair hopes that a ‘council of the isles’ will secure a new imperialist stability

Prejudice or racism

08 Jan 1998

Government ministers Banks and Blunkett - all part of the pretence?

Fighting the drugs war

08 Jan 1998

‘Peace process’ thrown into crisis

08 Jan 1998

The killings in Ireland over the Christmas period threw the establishment into turmoil. But does that mean the whole ‘peace process’ will collapse?

Labour promises more attacks

04 Dec 1997

Republicanism can unite a new left

21 Aug 1997

At Communist University ’97, Dave Craig of the RDG challenged Phil Stott of SML (see Weekly Worker July 31) over its policy on Scottish devolution

SSA’s sectarian approach

21 Aug 1997

Dave Spencer, chair of the July meeting of the Coventry Socialist Alliance, takes issue with a resolution passed at the SSA’s June 14 annual conference

Around the left: Waving the saltire

21 Aug 1997

Sic’ a Parcel of Rogues in a Nation

21 Aug 1997

Scotland’s rogues united for ‘Yes, yes’

21 Aug 1997

Referendum battle begins with Dewar and Salmond joining forces and the CGSD sends the white paper up in flames

Democracy on the agenda in Scotland

24 Jul 1997

Campaign for Genuine Self-Determination launched

The campaign for a genuine ballot?

24 Jul 1997

Dave Craig of the Revolutionary Democratic Group (faction of the SWP) continues the debate on the national question

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