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

Fourth emergency service

26 Mar 2020

Eddie Ford says postal workers must not allow management to use the pandemic crisis as an excuse to launch further attacks on the union.

Rise to the challenge

26 Mar 2020

Sinn Féin might be about to join a grand coalition, but the left should not join Sinn Féin, argues Anne McShane.

Nationalism and COVID-19

12 Mar 2020

Despite the rapid spread of coronavirus, notes Toby Abse, the response of the Italian government compares favourably to Boris Johnson’s.

Clause wars

12 Mar 2020

James Marshall of Labour Party Marxists says RLB’s clause four owes more to Tony Blair than Sidney Webb. Either way, both amount to bullshit. What we need is a clause four that marks a real political shift.

Biggest possible majority needed

06 Mar 2020

Eddie Ford argues that strike action will pit postal workers not only against Royal Mail bosses, but against a union-smashing government too. Mass solidarity is vital if victory is to be won.

Illusions of the left

29 Feb 2020

There should be no talk of participation in a bourgeois government, argues James Harvey.

Use the ballot

29 Feb 2020

David Shearer of Labour Party Marxists urges a tactical vote for Rebecca Long-Bailey - despite her monarchism, vague politics and accommodation with the right.

Cruel and unusual punishment

13 Feb 2020

Boris Johnson is continuing the anti-migrant ‘hostile environment’ policy of his predecessors, writes Eddie Ford.

Sinn Féin’s success, left’s collapse

13 Feb 2020

Anne McShane assesses the February 8 election and the rush by the Trotskyist ‘left’ to enter a bourgeois government.

Resurgent right

13 Feb 2020

David Shearer of Labour Party Marxists looks at the continuation of the anti-left witch-hunt

Here we go again

09 Feb 2020

Red lines, cliff edges, friction, no deal, hard Brexit … Eddie Ford gets a sense of déjà vu.

On target for disaster

09 Feb 2020

James Linney looks at the ever growing waiting times.

In the balance

31 Jan 2020

James Harvey looks at the contenders for next month’s Irish general election and the possible coalitions

UK vs Team 27

31 Jan 2020

Brexit might have happened, writes Eddie Ford, but it will be far from plain sailing when it comes to trade talks, Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Principled voices few and far between

31 Jan 2020

Despite Corbyn’s imminent departure, the ‘Anti-Zionism equals anti-Semitism’ smear campaign remorselessly grinds on, writes Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists.

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