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Party & Programme

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

Open letters

12 Mar 1998

The CPGB PCC has written to the NUJ Morning Star chapel and the CPB executive committee, declaring its support for the strike aims

Morning Star strike

12 Mar 1998

Reluctant Griffiths forced to debate

London manifesto conference cancelled

12 Mar 1998

Simon Harvey of the SLP

Extending the witch hunt

12 Mar 1998

Around the left

In defence of Lee Rock

12 Mar 1998

Jan Berryman responds to the criticisms levelled against a former SLPer in the pages of the Weekly Worker

Law and order in Ireland

12 Mar 1998

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, March 7 1918

Indefinite strike at Star

05 Mar 1998

Sacking the editor threatens demise of ‘daily paper of the left’

The road to oblivion

05 Mar 1998

CPB in crisis

Scargill and the Morning Star

05 Mar 1998

Simon Harvey of the SLP

RCP’s designer liquidationism

05 Mar 1998

Admission of failure

05 Mar 1998

Around the left

In defence of the Bolsheviks

05 Mar 1998

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, February 28 1918

Britain and the Scots

05 Mar 1998

Mary Ward critically examines some of the myths and dangers of Scottish nationalism

Towards the Daily Worker

05 Mar 1998

Party notes

United left response

26 Feb 1998

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