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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

Challenge to London unity

16 Dec 1999

The fight for principled left unity in London to present an electoral challenge to Blair’s Labour has received a setback. The determination of the CATP to press ahead regardless of the plans of others is wrong

Publish and be damned

10 Dec 1998

Mark Fischer replies to Alan Gibson

Dirty war of demoralisation

10 Dec 1998

John Stone of the Liaison Committee of Militants for a Revolutionary Communist International discusses the dispute between Workers Action and Workers Fight

United list rejected

10 Dec 1998

Tom Delargy of the Scottish Socialist Party gives his views of the November 29 meeting of its national council

Crunch time for dissidents

10 Dec 1998

Simon Harvey of the SLP

End of the road?

10 Dec 1998

Dave Craig of the Revolutionary Democratic Group examines the state of the SLP

Unity rejected

03 Dec 1998

Greater Manchester Socialist Alliance

Draft rules for the Network of Socialist Alliances

03 Dec 1998

Submitted by LSA for discussion, November 22 1998

Outrageous exclusion

03 Dec 1998

Stalin and socialism

03 Dec 1998

Phil Sharpe replies to Harpal Brar of the Socialist Labour Party

Fisc in a quandary

03 Dec 1998

Simon Harvey of the SLP

Socialist voice

03 Dec 1998

Splitting the pack?

03 Dec 1998

Party notes

Terminal decline

26 Nov 1998

The 13 former members of the Merseyside committee of the Socialist Party in England and Wales, suspended by the Taaffe leadership, explain why they could not agree to the seven-point ultimatum of the executive committee

Unity breaks out

26 Nov 1998

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