Issue 228 of SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published March 1999
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Notes of the month
Labour: can the centre hold?
We report on rising tensions in the Labour Party in the run up to the forthcoming elections in Wales and Scotland
No doubting Thomas
Mark Thomas talks to Beccy Reese about his recent show on Channel 4 and comedy under the Blair government
The latest job losses at Rover Longbridge are part of a much deeper crisis in the car industry, as Kevin Devine explains
Can the police be reformed?
In the wake of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry, Peter Morgan looks at why reforming the police has failed in the past, and the limits today
The great compromiser
Mike Simons' obituary recalls the life and politics of the miners' leader Mick McGahey
Band of gold
Martin Smith looks back at the music of Duke Ellington, one of the most popular jazz performers of the 20th century
Editor Lindsey German. Assisted by Gareth Jenkins, Dave Beecham, Paul Foot, Clare Fermont, Pat Stack, Sabby Sagall, Judith Orr, Beccy Reese, Peter Morgan, John Parrington, Nicolai Gentchev and Weyman Bennett. Business and reviews Peter Morgan and Beccy Reese.
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