Past Issues (Before 2015)

December 2014 – January 2015.  Editorial: Politics In Flux; Parliament And World War One; Listening to Italy; Notes on the News; FroggyDumb Insolence (poem); Parliamentary Notes. Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 253 – December 2014

November 2014: Editorial: Five-To-One: a New Incomes Policy, Parliament And World War One, FroggyTories and Human Rights, Notes on the News, Parliamentary Notes, Listening to Italy, Failing in Afghanistan (poem), Poppies and Butcher Haig (poem). Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 252 – November 2014

October 2014: Editorial: The Scottish ReferendumThe West Lothian Question, Parliament And World War One, In Situ (poem), Froggy, Notes on the News, Listening to Italy, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact. Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 251 – October 2014. Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 251 – October 2014

September 2014: Editorial: The TUC and Social PartnershipInterview With Frances O’Grady, TUC General Secretary: The TUC and Industrial DemocracyFroggyNotes on the News, Listening to Italy, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact.  Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 250 – September 2014. Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 250 – September 2014

July 2014: Editorial: ‘British Values’ – A Trojan Horse?  Parliament and World War One, Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century, Tory Plans for Pensions, Froggy, Notes on the News, Listening to Italy, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact. Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 249 – July August 2014

June 2014: Editorial, What Sort of People are British MPs?  A look at the social composition of the House of Commons.   Parliament and World War One, Froggy, Notes on the News, Listening to Italy by Orecchiette: The Arrest Of Gerry Adams, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact.  Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 248 – June 2014

May 2014.  Editorial: What Price SovereigntyThe threat of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Meeting about the National Health Service, Parliament and World War One: Germany and Belgium, Bringing On World War Three (poem), Issues in the London Underground Dispute, Froggy, Notes on the News, Listening to Italy, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact.  Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 247 – May 2014

April 2014.  Editorial: Parliament’s Willingly Deceived, the United States wants NATO and the EU right up against Russia’s borders. Kosovo and Crimea: the West’s Double Standard, Poem, Notes on the News, Glorifying World War One, Parliament and World War One: Heading Towards War, Tory Pension Policies, Workers on Company Boards, Bob Crow: A Tribute, The Royal Mail and the Communication Workers Union, Froggy, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact.  Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 246 – April 2014

March 2014:  Editorial: Generation Politics, Taxes, The Radical Rightists of 1979, UK should imitate Germany, Welsh Water, Froggy, America’s Euro-Colonies, Rue Britannia (poem), Notes on the News, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact.  Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 245 – March 2014

February 2014 Editorial: The Great British Water Robbery, Britain’s Unhealthy Economy,  Manufacturing in Britain, The Entrepreneurial State, Froggy, Notes on the News, Letter on BBC Reporting World News, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact.  Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 244 – February 2014

January 2014 EditorialMigrating to Britain, the issue of European Union workers.  Also British Public misled, British Economy, How Mandela Unified South Africa, Palestine and the International Criminal Court, Froggy, Notes on the News, Letter about Alex Sayle, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact.  Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 243 – January 2014

December 2013:  EditorialThe TUC And Industrial Democracy.   Also Revitalising Social Europe by Francis O’Grady,  FroggyThe “English Defence League” and MuslimsConstruction Safety, Ireland, Notes on the News, Parliamentary Notes, It’s a Fact.  Also available as a PDF, Labour Affairs 242 – December 2013

PDFs of the magazine are also available, for 2013, 2012, 2011 and earlier.  Incomplete, unfortunately.

Some older articles can be found at “Older Newsnotes” and Previous Articles on Gwydion M. Williams’s “Long Revolution” website.

March 2000: Editorial, on ex-Leftists in New Labour abandoning all principles.  Also Parliamentary Diary, Prescott on Rail Safety, the possibility of World War Three, Christianity in Politics, Cuba, Haider, Notes on the News.

August 2000: Liberals and Left-LiberalsNew Labour has its roots in the Labour Party’s origin as an offshoot of the Liberal Party. How British Liberalism missed the chance to create a stable world order before 1914.

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