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Referendum has nothing to offer

Twenty years on

19 Apr 2018

James Harvey recalls the Good Friday agreement and looks to the problems that lie ahead

Democracy, not referendums

19 Apr 2018

Jack Conrad advocates working class representatives, working class party politics and the working class programme of extreme democracy

No more ‘Enoch was right’

19 Apr 2018

Attempts to ban BBC’s Rivers of blood programme were totally misplaced, writes Eddie Ford

That’s what they want

12 Apr 2018

Who’s afraid of conspiracy theorists? Not Paul Demarty for one

Defeat is victory

12 Apr 2018

Gerry Adams may take pride in the legacy of Sinn Féin under his leadership, but Kevin Bean wonders how he will ultimately be regarded

Barking up the wrong tree

12 Apr 2018

A new moral panic over violent crime in London has generated the usual batch of silly initiatives and pseudo-solutions, argues Eddie Ford

NCG elections: no vote

05 Apr 2018

A call from Labour Party Marxists

Truth in fiction

29 Mar 2018

Dave Douglass reviews Aly Renwick Gangrene Merlin Press, 2017, pp256, £9.99

The taming of Corbyn

29 Mar 2018

While some on the Labour right still hope to force Corbyn to resign, writes Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists, others are aiming to change the man and his politics

No more ‘broad, sunlit uplands’

29 Mar 2018

Eddie Ford agrees with Jacob Rees-Mogg that the final Brexit deal will be a ‘national humiliation’ like Suez 1956

Taking stock at half-time

22 Mar 2018

Morale remains high, as UCU members prepare for the second phase of strike action. Kevin Bean says members are increasingly questioning neo-liberal orthodoxy

Russian weapons

22 Mar 2018

There is great fury about the attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal - but Paul Demarty detects crocodile tears

Costs of commodification

15 Mar 2018

Pharmaceutical companies routinely fail to publish negative results of research into new drugs. James Linney looks at the case of antidepressants

Softest form of hard Brexit

08 Mar 2018

Theresa May’s ‘hard facts’ will only bring a temporary cessation of war between the rival Tory factions, writes Eddie Ford

Theresa May’s à la carte menu

01 Mar 2018

Three-course dinner or a packet of crisps? Eddie Ford looks at the latest Brexit developments

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