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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

Workers’ action to stop council cuts

02 Feb 1995

Councils across the country have announced huge spending cuts as a result of reduced government grant support for the new financial year. Some areas will be worse hit than others and Labour and Tory councillors alike are jostling for their share of a smaller cake. Only workers’ organisation against all cuts and all closures can halt the attack by both government and council. That is the message Communist Party candidates will be taking to the local elections in April and May

Local Bobby turns nasty

26 Jan 1995

Postal workers show the way

26 Jan 1995

Royal Mail workers forced management to reinstate a sacked colleague earlier this month

Manchester bus wars

26 Jan 1995

Shut down Badgerline

26 Jan 1995

Russian leftists desert Chechens

26 Jan 1995

The Chechen war needs revolutionary answers not hand-wringing liberalism

Teachers must fight on

26 Jan 1995

Lilley presses home attack

26 Jan 1995

Clause four chaos

26 Jan 1995

Brent Labour debates behind closed doors

26 Jan 1995

Irish struggle demands new direction

26 Jan 1995

As partisans of the Irish cause gather to commemorate the 23rd anniversary of the Bloody Sunday massacre, when 14 unarmed Irish civilians were murdered by British troops, the ‘peace process’ steamrollers on. Revolutionaries in the Six Counties need to consider how they will react to the new situation

Hospitals not charters

19 Jan 1995

No reliance on police

19 Jan 1995

For a workers’ republic

19 Jan 1995

Devolutionary socialism?

19 Jan 1995

The row over devolution is being used to fuel nationalism in Scotland. A Scottish parliament will not put power into the hands of workers

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