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29 April 2021

Socialists and elections - a response to the SWP

An article by Philip Stott on the website of Socialist Party Scotland, on the TUSC challenge in the Scottish parliamentary elections on 6th May and the positions of the SWP and others on the left.

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16 July 2014

SWP's Marxism: absence of serious debate and strategy

'Marxism', the annual 'festival of ideas' hosted by the Socialist Workers Party, does not have a good record for open and democratic discussion

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14 January 2013

Party & Internal regime

The clash between the central leadership of the IST - notably the Socialist Workers Party - and their one-time American 'section' the International Socialist Organisation (ISO) also highlighted the deficiencies in their intervention in mass movements...

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14 January 2013

Historical Roots of the SWP

The SWP today finds its ideological roots in post-1945 British Trotskyism, which split into three main trends...

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14 January 2013

Introduction

The Socialist Party in England and Wales, and the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) are the two largest organisations on the 'Marxist left' in Britain...

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14 January 2013

Preface

World capitalism and, along with it, diseased British capitalism have entered its worst period of crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s...

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A public sector union banner (PCS) on student demonstration protesting outside parliament on Day X as tuition fees debated, photo by Suzanne Beishon

Public sector workers join students

17 December 2010

SWP argues for 200 mile divide between students and workers

One of the key questions facing the education movement is how it relates to workers, trade unions and the wider anti-cuts movement as a whole, writes Ben Robinson, Chair, Youth Fight for Jobs.

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21 January 2009

What's going on? The meanderings of a comic mind in confusion, by Mark Steel

Mark Steel at Socialism 2008, photo Paul Mattsson

Mark Steel at Socialism 2008, photo Paul Mattsson

Mark Steel was one of the new wave of political ('alternative') comedians who emerged in the late 1970s and early 1980s, writes Ken Douglas.

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18 November 2008

Videos of the debate between the Socialist Party and the SWP

Debate about where the Socialist Party and the SWP disagree on policy and tactics but also on what basis it would be possible to collaborate in the future.

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11 March 2008

The PCS, the CWU dispute, and the struggle for public sector workers' unity

New Labour's co-ordinated attack on the public sector has not, to date, been met by co-ordinated action by the public sector unions, despite the best efforts of the left-led PCS civil servants union. PCS national executive committee member JOHN MCINALLY replies in a personal capacity to allegations published by the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) that the PCS leadership blocked the possibility of public sector unity in the recent CWU postal workers' dispute. This article was first published in Socialism Today March 2008.

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