We hear a lot about the Third Way these days. But
does this represent anything new or
is it just the socialdemocrats recognising that there is no
longer any room for manouvre?
Barbara Humphries looks at where these ideas come from
and what do they really mean.
The horrific deaths of 58 Chinese migrants
found in Dover, revealed to the world the
monstrous effects of Britain's immigration regime. By making it
virtually impossible for refugees and
migrants to enter this country legally, many thousands every year
seek to come here illegally. Jack Straw
was quick to place the blame on Chinese smuggling gangs called
the Snake Head. Thinking people can
see through this.
Over the past weeks the news has been dominated by the story of
yet another crisis in farming. The rapid
spreading of the food and mouth epidemic in Britain is a direct
consequence of capitalist farming
This statement by the Editorial Board of the
analyses the situation in Britain today. It looks at Britain within the
of world economic and political developments and
analyses how these affect the British trade union movement, the
Labour Party, the youth and outlines the
perspectives for the coming period and poses the tasks of Marxists
From the main squares of US cities to the streets of Istanbul, from
London to Sydney, demonstrators came out in support of the Iraqi people
and in rejection of the two year long imperialist occupation.