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Another split, another sect

Trump can still win in 2020

08 Nov 2018

The midterm results will increase the tension in Washington, says Paul Demarty, presenting the left with dangers and opportunities

American midterms are an index of political crisis

01 Nov 2018

And the left must ensure its candidates are accountable, writes Paul Demarty

People’s Vote: Establishment fights back

25 Oct 2018

Saturday's demonstration carried more than a whiff of a post-Brexit national government about it, writes Eddie Ford

SWP: Keep on keeping on

25 Oct 2018

The absence of members’ rights is striking. Peter Manson reports on the first Pre-Conference Bulletin

Dashed hopes

11 Oct 2018

Despite retreats and prevarication, writes Peter Manson, the objective conditions for working class advance remain

Despicable participants in an ongoing witch-hunt

11 Oct 2018

The AWL social-imperialists have constituted themselves as allies of the Labour right, the mainstream media and the Israeli political establishment, writes Carla Roberts

Small but positive

11 Oct 2018

Peter Moody looks at DSA attempts to ensure that their elected representatives remain accountable to the organisation

A funny way to support Jeremy

04 Oct 2018

SPEW has written to the Labour Party asking to affiliate. Peter Manson looks at the background

Liberal playthings

27 Sep 2018

Mike Macnair assesses the AWL’s second conference document, on Europe

Left in disunity

06 Sep 2018

Dave Vincent looks at the strange battle for assistant general secretary

Demanding a consensus

26 Jul 2018

What will result from the SACP’s call for a ‘reconfigured alliance’ with the ANC? Peter Manson reports on the party’s continuing divisions

Sowing dragon's teeth

26 Jul 2018

Is Leon Trotsky’s Transitional programme the last word when it comes to the Marxist programme? Or does it represent regression in Marxist terms? Jack Conrad argues against the economism of Trotskyism

Oppose siren calls

05 Jul 2018

Some on the ‘left’ insist on running with People’s Vote and its call for a second EU referendum. Once again Jack Conrad argues that Marxists ought to condemn referendums. We favour representative democracy and working class political independence

Another rotten fudge

24 May 2018

The divisions in SPEW stem from a leadership dogmatically sticking to a totally wrong position, writes Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists

Cold war nostalgia

17 May 2018

Mike Macnair looks at the AWL’s version of ‘socialism’ and finds it wanting

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