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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

Micawber militants

26 Nov 1998

London Socialist Labour rebels

26 Nov 1998

Scargill’s former allies of the Fourth International Supporters Caucus attempt bureaucratic blackmail

Foot balls

26 Nov 1998

Party notes

Liquidationism

19 Nov 1998

SPEW’s executive committee responds to its suspended Merseyside members (for their statement see Weekly Worker November 12)

Unenlightened myth

19 Nov 1998

A reply to the Communist Tendency in the Scottish Socialist Party

Reformasi total!

19 Nov 1998

The next phase of the Indonesian revolution has begun

Scargill’s victory

19 Nov 1998

Scandalous

19 Nov 1998

Party notes

End of the road?

19 Nov 1998

In ditching his old allies in favour of an alliance of ultra-Stalinites and homophobes, Arthur Scargill has driven another nail into the SLP’s coffin

Democratic Platform builds new unity

15 Jan 1998

Simon Harvey of the SLP

Abolish the block vote

15 Jan 1998

A republican party of the working class

15 Jan 1998

Jan Berryman analyses developments in the SLP from a republican-communist angle

Democratic Platform conference: SLP left splits – again

15 Jan 1998

Anti-communism is anti-communism, no matter who imposes it

Cross your fingers

15 Jan 1998

Around the left

Chicherin and the Petrovs released - and deported

15 Jan 1998

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 10 1918

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