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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

Limbering up for Brighton

16 Sep 2021

Derek James of Labour Party Marxists assesses the prospects for the left at the party’s annual conference

Facing terminal defeat

09 Sep 2021

Yes, we must continue to fight in the Labour Party, writes Tony Greenstein, but what about those who have left or been expelled?

weapon forged in lies

09 Sep 2021

Derek James calls upon the left to show courage and refute every false accusation with the truth

Continue the fight

02 Sep 2021

As Keir Starmer’s regime prepares a hostile environment for socialists at Labour’s annual conference, Labour Against the Witchhunt resolves to step up its campaign. Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists reports on the August 28 online membership meeting

Sir Keir’s ritual sacrifice

29 Jul 2021

Derek James of Labour Party Marxists says the official left’s passive response to the latest upping of the witch-hunt is a direct result of careerism and narrow electoralism

Human rights illusions

29 Jul 2021

Dave Levy has proposed that Labour should make its disciplinary procedure comply with the European Convention on Human Rights. Mike Macnair shows that the project is totally delusional

In spite of everything

22 Jul 2021

Left illusions in cheap populist rhetoric risk splitting the vote and handing victory to the right. Paul Demarty argues in favour of a clear-sighted and long-term strategy

Sir Keir’s road to Brighton

22 Jul 2021

Organisations can be banned, but powerful ideas still live and flourish. Derek James of Labour Party Marxists reports on the growing opposition to the latest stage of the witch-hunt

War on members

15 Jul 2021

Courts are not our friend

15 Jul 2021

Failure of legal attempt to challenge the ‘anti-Zionism equals anti-Semitism’ witch-hunt exposes broad-left illusions in ‘fairness’ and ‘playing by the rules’. Mike Macnair explains

Politics not as usual

08 Jul 2021

After Batley and Spen, Derek James reports on debates over Labour’s prospects and amending our programme

Discussion not permitted

01 Jul 2021

Supposedly, debating a motion on ending the illegal occupation of Gaza and the West Bank and imposing sanctions on Israel would make Jews in the Labour Party feel ‘unsafe and unwelcome’. Tony Greenstein reports on Labour's silencers

George’s modest flutter

01 Jul 2021

The return of the British left’s most eccentric celebrity has provided an interesting twist - but can he succeed? Paul Demarty looks at the Batley and Spen by-election

Blue and red walls crack

24 Jun 2021

Should the left refuse to call for a Labour vote because of crap politics and crap candidates? Eddie Ford calls for strategic thinking, not knee-jerk reactions

The Gerard Coyne danger

17 Jun 2021

Stan Keable reports on debates on the Unite election, the Chatham House left and our criticisms of the LPM fraction

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