Monthly Archives: January 2016

Racism: the achilles heel of middle class liberalism

  But wasn’t Charlie Hebdo once something to do with the left, loosely a product of a previous upsurge of social struggle many years ago? Yes it was. So were Sir Oswald Mosley, Benito Mussolini, Georges Sorel… So, I am … Continue reading

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Strengthening the anti-war movement in 2016

Despite the BBC’s best efforts to undermine Jeremy Corbyn over the reshuffle, the reorganisation of Labour’s front bench has strengthened the left: particularly over foreign policy.  Hilary Benn is still shadow foreign secretary (for how long he can maintain what … Continue reading

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