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Günter Grass and the German neurosis

Zombies and the new volatility

15 Feb 2018

The ‘Goldilocks’ days of cheap money are coming to an end, Eddie Ford looks at the consequences

Couldn’t have happened to a nicer man

15 Feb 2018

Jeremy Newmark, the ‘ideal representative’ of the Jewish Labour Movement, stands accused of all manner of wrongdoing. Tony Greenstein calls on the Labour Party to act

When chickens come home

15 Feb 2018

Jeremy Newmark is in trouble, Ann Black has been dropped and AWL members have been declared ‘unwelcome’, reports Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists

Davos and the Donald

01 Feb 2018

Trump’s appearance saw him demand a change in the rules, says Michael Roberts

All the president’s men

01 Feb 2018

As the sexual harassment scandal continues to claim victims, Paul Demarty wonders how it will be brought back under control

Health service we need

01 Feb 2018

James Linney looks at who benefits from privatisation

End the witch hunt

25 Jan 2018

Stan Keable, secretary of Labour Against the Witchhunt, reports on a successful lobby of Labour’s NEC

Chuck Schumer’s long lunch

25 Jan 2018

It is the paralysis of rightwing Democrats which the three-day government shutdown exposes, not the White House, argues Paul Demarty

‘Dead end’ of privatisation

25 Jan 2018

The collapse of Carillion blows apart a key myth, argues Michael Roberts

Foundations in sand

18 Jan 2018

Is poststructuralism purely a reaction to Stalinism? Paul Demarty responds to Rex Dunn

A farewell to empire

21 Dec 2017

The Fox-Disney merger marks a strategic retreat for Rupert Murdoch, argues William Kane

Back from the cliff edge

14 Dec 2017

The last-minute deal between British and European negotiators has averted disaster for now - but settles very little, argues Paul Demarty

Cryptocurrency craze

14 Dec 2017

Does bitcoin open the way to a world free from the control of global authorities? No chance, argues Michael Roberts

Negotiations end in chaos

07 Dec 2017

Even if Theresa May manages to strong-arm Brexit negotiations to their next phase, there is a long way to go. Paul Demarty asks if she has the staying power

Farcical and malicious

07 Dec 2017

The December 2 Labour Against the Witchhunt meeting included an important contribution by black activist Marc Wadsworth. Alan Fox reports

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