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End the cycle of splits

24 May 2012

If the left is to build a serious political organisation it will have to facilitate internal dissent, writes Mike Macnair. And that will require both majorities and minorities to act responsibly

Tory divisions exposed

26 Apr 2001

Unison

26 Apr 2001

Left unites

Wales - Cymru

26 Apr 2001

Weakest link in chain

Child slaves

26 Apr 2001

What we need ... not what capital can afford

26 Apr 2001

Low pay - pay below what is required to maintain and reproduce yourself as a cultured human being in today's conditions - remains a heavy burden for many workers and their families. Affecting in particular women, part-time employees, unskilled routine workers, and migrant labour (legal and illegal), the scrimping, penny-pinching life on below-subsistence incomes is a daily reality for millions in Britain - and hundreds of millions across the planet. It is unacceptable. It is an abomination.

Simon Harvey of the SLP

26 Apr 2001

Bureaucracy and disarray

Our history

12 Apr 2001

Red raid on Caerphilly

And

12 Apr 2001

Bright young things

SSP-SWP unity

12 Apr 2001

May 1 target

SA roundup

12 Apr 2001

SA executive Centralising our forces

New way of working

12 Apr 2001

Louise Christian is the Socialist Alliance's prospective parliamentary candidate for Hornsey and Wood Green. Peter Manson spoke to her for the Weekly Worker

Whither the Tories?

12 Apr 2001

Chinese scapegoats

12 Apr 2001

Towards an SA pro-party bloc

29 Mar 2001

Undoubtedly the Socialist Alliance has moved ahead in leaps and bounds in the couple of years since the Socialist Workers Party made its welcome turn towards elections. True, things began rather badly. The SWP decided to lift its siege mentality and embrace the Socialist Alliance ... but then momentarily and disastrously recoiled from the consequences. Fear conquered audacity.

Socialist Alliance Liaison Committee

29 Mar 2001

Call for SA paper

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