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Not even Menshevism

18 Jan 2018

Three quarters of the SWP's new recruits pay nothing, writes Peter Manson

A courageous revolutionary

21 Dec 2017

Yassamine Mather pays tribute to ‘comrade Azam’, daughter of the late Taher Ahmadzadeh

Supplement: After king Jesus

21 Dec 2017

It was Paul who founded Christianity, a religion that in many ways upholds doctrines which are the exact opposite of the real teachings of Jesus. Jack Conrad sifts through the evidence

Anti-Semites not welcome

14 Dec 2017

Tony Greenstein explains why Socialist Fight must be excluded from Labour Against the Witchhunt

Crisis set to continue

14 Dec 2017

Peter Manson anticipates a fractious and bitter ANC congress, as candidates vie for power

Three scenarios to ponder

07 Dec 2017

The left must expect the unexpected after the next general election. Peter Manson reports

Zionism and holocaust abuse

30 Nov 2017

It is completely legitimate to draw comparisons with the Nazis, insists Tony Greenstein

Floundering in wake of Corbynism

23 Nov 2017

Peter Manson takes a look at the SWP’s second pre-conference bulletin and the poverty of thought

Quoting Nazis to damn ‘the Zionists’

16 Nov 2017

From Solidarity November 8 2017

Shutting out reality

09 Nov 2017

The SWP has been dragged into the sexual harassment scandal. Paul Demarty revisits the case

Enough wishful thinking

03 Nov 2017

The left must do better than acting as Puigdemont’s PR department, argues Paul Demarty

Centrepiece of imperial strategy

03 Nov 2017

On the centenary of the Balfour declaration, Tony Greenstein looks at the reasons underlying British support for Zionism

Disintegrating alliance

02 Nov 2017

The SACP is calling for a ‘reconfigured alliance’ with the ANC in a desperate attempt to stave off the pressure from below, writes Peter Manson

Pisapia’s soap opera

19 Oct 2017

Thankfully the attempt by the former mayor of Milan to pull fragments to the left of the PD back into the fold has ended in failure, writes Toby Abse

Party’s Sunday best

19 Oct 2017

The Sunday Worker reached a circulation of 100,000. And, far from shunning argument, it encouraged different leftwing viewpoints, says Lawrence Parker