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Democracy & State

Overcoming the enemies within

17 May 2012

The left must unite in order to change the relationship of forces both within and outside the Labour Party, argues Mike Macnair

Holding the fort

02 Jul 2020

At last a new government has been formed. James Harvey looks at the whys and wherefores

Oppose calls for reinstatement

02 Jul 2020

We must defend Rebecca Long-Bailey against false charges that she helped spread an ‘anti-Semitic conspiracy theory’, writes David Shearer of Labour Party Marxists. But why was a so-called ‘socialist’ willing to sit in Starmer’s shadow cabinet?

Garbage in, garbage out

25 Jun 2020

Failure of the NHS tracing app is characteristic of the government’s pandemic response, argues Paul Demarty

What might have been

25 Jun 2020

Nathaniel Flakin spoke to the June 14 Online Communist Forum about Martin Monath, an inspiring example of revolutionary internationalism. As a Jewish Berliner, living in occupied France, he attempted to recruit German soldiers to fight against Nazism

Now is the time

25 Jun 2020

Abolition of the police and army is a basic democratic demand with a sudden relevance, writes Eddie Ford

Amongst the living dead

19 Jun 2020

Momentum is irreformable, argues David Shearer of Labour Party Marxists, but we should back principled left candidates

Affiliation and a line change

19 Jun 2020

Labour Party Marxists has formed a fraction and tweaked its approach to Momentum elections, Stan Keable reports

Johnson’s criminal incompetence

11 Jun 2020

By global standards, writes Eddie Ford, the government’s handling of the pandemic has been appalling

Backward Momentum

11 Jun 2020

Jon Lansman’s organisation is trying to reinvent itself. But, looking at the contending factions, Daniel Harvey is convinced that the whole project is bankrupt

Discontent and messianism

11 Jun 2020

Chris Gray gives his take on the various oppressive regime forms that have appeared in modern times

Too smug to fail

04 Jun 2020

The survival of Dominic Cummings is typical of the elite’s insulation from the pandemic, argues Paul Demarty

Global unions needed

04 Jun 2020

Workers in Sunderland should not be pitted against workers in Barcelona, writes Eddie Ford

Reinstate the Wavertree Four

04 Jun 2020

The witch-hunt of leftwingers is now being carried out by ‘leftwingers’, says Paul Drummond

Beijing’s poisoned chalice

28 May 2020

Hong Kong’s prosperity has precious little to do with democracy, writes Eddie Ford

Power, not office

28 May 2020

With the main parties still jockeying for position, James Harvey looks at the ongoing calls for a ‘left government’ with Sinn Féin

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