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Referendum has nothing to offer

Fall of the house of Osamor

06 Dec 2018

Kate Osamor’s resignation is a symptom of more serious political sicknesses, argues Jim Grant

Disappearing the welfare state

22 Nov 2018

Even that den of thieves, the United Nations, recognises the suffering imposed on the working class by the politics of austerity, writes Eddie Ford

Science, health and profit

22 Nov 2018

Exaggerated claims for artificial intelligence are being used to further the government’s agenda of privatised healthcare, says James Linney

Huddersfield and the causes of crime

25 Oct 2018

There is more at stake than criminal justice in the latest grooming scandal, argues Paul Demarty

Tinker, tailor, soldier, Marxist

25 Oct 2018

Lawrence Parker takes issue with some of the interpretations of Michael Bettaney’s life and ideas that have appeared down the years

A man of contradictions

06 Sep 2018

Michael Bettaney (Malkin) February 13 1950-August 16 2018

Hodging their bets

09 Aug 2018

Labour’s Kafkaesque disciplinary procedure is part of the ongoing attacks on free speech, writes Mike Macnair

Telling lies about lies

02 Aug 2018

Despite its claims, the Commons select committee is undermining democracy, writes Paul Demarty

Cliff edges and parachutes

26 Jul 2018

The Brexit crisis is deepening and almost anything can happen, writes Eddie Ford

What sort of unity?

05 Jul 2018

Review of Kevin Meagher's 'A united Ireland: why unification is inevitable and how it will come about'. Biteback Publishing, 2016, pp237, £12.99

A health service worthy of the name

28 Jun 2018

As the NHS approaches its 70th anniversary, James Linney calls for a radically new approach

Gifts for the NHS

21 Jun 2018

Theresa May’s narrow victory in the Commons is hardly a vote of confidence in her government, reckons Paul Demarty

Across the sectarian divide

14 Jun 2018

There is more to the border question than meets the eye, says James Harvey

A very British cover-up

07 Jun 2018

Conspiracies do happen, as the Jeremy Thorpe scandal proves. And Eddie Ford reckons the establishment might also conspire against Jeremy Corbyn in the event of a Labour victory

Sacked for daring to tell the truth

07 Jun 2018

Contribute to the fight to reinstate Stan Keable, urges David Shearer of Labour Party Marxists

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