I hope that the 2 articles preceding your contribution don't constitute an AWL denunciation of "son of No2EU" Mark. Yes, in part they flag up our long standing disagreement with Galloway's politics but then that is the issue of course, isn't it, the politics. If the politics of the new slate is constructed to accomodate Galloway's then that is a problem. If the slate moves away from its previous left nationalism to something based on class then we should consider it, whether Galloway is involved or not. Of course, for it to be class based it would also have to be democratic and that might be more difficult to achieve considering the main forces involved.