WeeklyWorker

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

Winning tactics

25 May 1995

NUT stitch-up

25 May 1995

Health unions hold their fire

25 May 1995

Anger amongst healthworkers runs high, but many accept that 3% is the most they can expect

Fightback in Istanbul

25 May 1995

First union conflict with the coal owners in 40 years

25 May 1995

State tools

25 May 1995

Gay police pose for the press

The devil you know...

25 May 1995

Anti-racist careerist’s fall from grace

25 May 1995

Sinking in sleaze

25 May 1995

This week has seen the Tories collapse into a sewer of sleaze and confusion. They are reduced to saving their own skins and quite clearly the party is unfit to govern, even by capitalist standards. Rupert Murdoch would be happy with a change of government, and perhaps even the Iron Lady will consider leaving the sinking Tory ship after Blair praised her so eloquently last month. But the working class needs to get rid of the whole stinking system, not replace Tory sleaze-balls with Labour ones

Left impotence in CPSA

18 May 1995

Police licensed to kill

18 May 1995

Unity at Rolls

18 May 1995

No promises for workers

18 May 1995

Labour woos the bosses

18 May 1995

Thornton referred to Appeal

18 May 1995

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