The Weekly paper of the New Communist Party of Britain
Week commencing 7th September 2018

Lead story

Left sweep board in Labour NEC poll

by our labour movement correspondent

LEFT LABOUR candidates swept the board in the National Executive Committee elections this week but the decision of the outgoing committee to accept the contentious International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-semitism in full has been condemned by activists as a surrender to the Zionist and Blairite fifth column inside the party.

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Banners bright in Burston

by New Worker correspondent

BRIGHT SUNSHINE and record crowds contributed to another successful Burston Rally. It was on 1st April 1914 that children of the Norfolk village went on strike to support their teachers who had been sacked for organising agricultural workers. Every September the Labour Movement meets on Church Green to celebrate the event that was the longest strike in British history.

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Still on track

LABOUR HAS opened up a four-point lead on the Conservatives in the latest opinion poll. This is despite the backstabbing of the Blairite fifth column who are working with the Zionist lobby and the rest of the bourgeois media to topple Jeremy Corbyn before the next election.

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Off the rails

THE DEMAND for Britain’s railways to be taken back into public ownership reached a crescendo last month with passenger complaints over shoddy services and soaring prices peaking over the collapse of the Virgin Trains East Coast franchise and the recent rail timetabling chaos concerning Northern Rail, Southern and Thameslink services. They have, once again, highlighted the shambles of our privatised rail network. But what is the Tory government’s response to the public outcry?

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