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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

Class, disease and fatality

04 Feb 2021

Britain has one of the very best vaccination programmes, writes Eddie Ford, but also one of the very worst death rates

Facing both ways

04 Feb 2021

Last weekend’s conference ended up adopting two totally contradictory positions. James Harvey of Labour Party Marxists reports

Poor man’s pivot

04 Feb 2021

The government’s decision to join an Asia-Pacific free trade area is not likely to provide much shelter from economic headwinds, argues Paul Demarty

The meaning of January 6

04 Feb 2021

A riot, a coup attempt or something in between? Daniel Lazare responds to three recently published articles in the Weekly Worker

Rotting fish and carnage

28 Jan 2021

For many the Brexit dream has already turned into a nightmare, writes Eddie Ford

Going nowhere fast

28 Jan 2021

If 2020 was a year of bitter disappointment and demoralisation for the Labour left, then 2021 is shaping up to be no better, writes James Harvey

Light and air

28 Jan 2021

Paul Demarty insists that unrestricted free speech is central to the communist project

Honing and updating

28 Jan 2021

Vernon Price reports on last weekend’s membership aggregate and the three debates over programme

Fudge, muddle, clarity

28 Jan 2021

James Marshall of Labour Party Marxists provides a rough guide to the issues and arguments that will dominate the January 30 Zoom conference

Old regime is cracking apart

28 Jan 2021

Not a Tudor but a Whig republic. Bradley Mayer sees change coming sooner than many expect

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

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