DS Editions

Spring 2000

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

Labour Watch
David Connolly wonders what happened to one member one vote.
Pushed into enemy hands
Bernard Hughes on how the leadership is turning even some of its closest friends into foes.
Impassable impasse?
Paul Dixon wonders what next for the Northern Ireland peace process.
A task of two halves
Adam Brown reports on an acrimonious end to the Football task force..
Conference:
Critical [...]



Summer 2000

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

Labour Watch
David Connolly ponders the latest example of new Labour style democracy
Republicans and the choreography of peace
Paul Dixon wonders how the Republican leaders have sold the Good Friday Agreement.
For Queen and country … and socialism
Barry Winter meets the working class unionists who tell it like it is.
Zimbabwe in crisis
William Brown looks beyond the headlines at [...]



Winter 2001

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

Labour Watch
Ann Black describes the underground manoeuvres which damage democracy at the National Policy Forum.
Still time to change trains
Bernard Hughes picks over the origins and entrails of the railway crisis.
Gone but not forgotten
Jean Wood reports on the plight of Kosovan refugees recently sent back to their own country.
dot.com/sustainedgrowth?
William Brown wades through the myths and realities [...]



Autumn 2001

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

Developing democracy
Stephen Yeo argues that cooperative politics can help to address the democratic deficit.
The ILP and social change
Barry Winter outlines the ILP’s perspective and explains why it’s had to change.
Collective action and the sustainable renewal of Britain
Sean Creighton calls for a better understanding of mutual organisations, and argues that they should be a vital part [...]



Summer 2002

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

The challenge of mutuality
The ILP’s Weekend School in Scarborough at the beginning of May 2002 brought ILPers and non-ILPers together to discuss the politics of cooperation, mutuality and social enterprise.
Mutuality and radical politics
Sean Creighton traces the historical association of mutual organisations and the labour movement, and questions what the ‘new mutualism’ can offer to radical [...]



Autumn 2002

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

Behind the Stars and Stripes
Gary Kent reports on the fiery arguments that have raged on the US left and right since the attacks last September on New York and Washington.
The left, the war and the obligations of the oppressed
In the wake of September 11th, and opposition to the war on terrorism, Will Brown calls for [...]



Spring 2005

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

This world of ours
Eric Preston introduces the ILP’s Weekend of political review
Heed their voices
Labour MP Harry Barnes on Iraq after the elections
Demos and disillusionment
Phil Doré on leaving Stop the War for Labour Friends of Iraq
Telling it like it is?
Matthew Brown on two contrasting tales of new Labour Britain
Beyond the market, below the radar
Barry Winter reports [...]



Winter 2002/03

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

It’s the end of the world as we know it
Ben Turley reports from Halifax on the BNP’s recent by-election victory.
Beneath American skies
Gary Kent reports on the diversity of opinions he found on a recent trip to the USA.
A Hill of beans?
Barry Winter reviews Anti-Capitalism: The social economy alternative, by Chris Hill, and considers the role [...]



Summer 2003

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

New Labour, new Democrats?
Gary Kent wonders about a little discussed aspect of Blair’s international intentions
Racisms, multiculturalisms and fascisms
Barry Winter argues for plural thinking to meet the challenges posed by the far right
“Mavis Grimett is out”: The rise of fascism in the north
Ben Turley looks at some of the social and political roots of the BNP’s [...]



Spring 2004

Jan 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: DS Editions

Save the Labour Party
Barry Winter reports on the public meeting and AGM of Save the Labour Party, one of a number of initiatives that have emerged to challenge the Labour Party leadership
The malaise of powerlessness
Michael Meacher MP argues that power is more concentrated now than at any time for a century
Genuine popular ownership?
Jonathan Timbers searches [...]