LRC: Inclusivity and intolerance

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Some leading Labour Representation Committee members are displaying an unhealthy aversion to dissenting views. Stan Keable attended the final meeting of its outgoing national committee Andrew Berry, chairing the Labour Representation Committee national committee on October 4 in the absence … Continue reading

In service of Miliband

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Labour’ annual conference (Manchester, September 21-24) confirmed once again that the union tops work hand in glove with the party bureaucracy. Charles Gradnitzer reports This year’s Labour Party conference got off to a democratic start, with 65 out of the … Continue reading

Centre-Left Grassroots Alliance

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Is there a case for the left to field its own candidates for Labour’s National Executive Committee? Ken Williamson calls for the left to take courage Only two NEC members, Christine Shawcroft and Dennis Skinner, voted against the Collins review on February … Continue reading

Europe and the politics of fraud

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John Fuller Carr examines the divisions that plague establishment politicians and takes to task the Labour Representation Committee for its cowardly, nationalist retreat Europe continues to enrage, divide and confuse politicians of both the right and left. The present situation is … Continue reading

Reject the Collins review

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Transforming the Labour Party remains a strategic necessity. Stan Keable, secretary of Labour Party Marxists, makes the case for genuine democracy Talk about the demise of the Labour Party’s trade union link is greatly exaggerated. Those on the left who … Continue reading

Labour: Everything to play for

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The fight for the soul of the Labour Party has only just begun. Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists reports on the Collins review Trade union influence: still there but weakened Expectations of the demise of the Labour Party’s trade … Continue reading

Labour: Democracy versus patronage

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The stench of leader loyalty hangs over the Collins proposals to ‘mend’ Labour’s trade union link, writes Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists Lord Collins’s proposals, to be put before delegates to Labour’s March 1 special conference, will not end … Continue reading