by Robert Griffiths A strong Communist Party can help develop the policies and boost the extra-parliamentary struggle needed to strengthen Continue reading
by Andrew Murray Stalinism and Trotskyism appear to be back in vogue. Their shrouds are being waved — entryism here, a Continue reading
by Nick Wright If the classic definition of political sectarianism is putting the narrow interest of one’s own group, tendency Continue reading
In three very important interventions, Jerónimo de Sousa, General Secretary of the Portuguese Communist Party, has laid down the foundations for Continue reading
Paul Robeson sings Wasawianka in English and Polish followed by Maredith Placencia with the Khosrean State Orchestra
Communist Party general secretary Rob Griffiths sets out the ways in which workers’ rights are weakened.
Lexit, the film Well worth watching, redresses the balance and puts a working class view on what leaving the European Continue reading