Robin Talbot explains why you should celebrate 100 years of the Young Communist League of Britain, 1921-2021. Today (24 December 2020) the YCL will be launching a new online platform for celebrating our centenary. For the next 100 days, we will be counting down towards the live launch of our 100 year celebrations, starting in April and reaching a finale in April 2022.
Maryam Pashali interviews Pete, a BFAWU union member and kitchen staff worker for J.D. Wetherspoon, detailing the recent Spoon Strike and ways in which workers can organise within their workplaces.
As well as providing a lifeline for the victims of austerity and unemployment, Pasqueline Agostinho considers the negative impact foodbanks have for working class people relying on their services.
Hannah Francis provides an update on the anti-police brutality protest movement sweeping Nigeria and explains how we can provide support and solidarity from Britain.
Capitalist Realism can be defined as the pervasive subconscious belief that there is no viable alternative to the economic system of capitalism. Never before has a scheme been so coercive that it need not posit from an ideological perspective.
Chopwell is a a former mining village located in the North East of England only a few miles outside of Newcastle with a rich history in Marxism and the Labour movement.
Ciaran Harris writes about the case of sustainable agriculture in Cuba and how the initiative is spearheading global ecological conservation.
Researcher Oliver Dodd draws on interviews and field work to look at some of the tactics that the Latin American state, with the support and guidance of the US, has used against Marxist rebels in its 50-year civil war.
Since the imposition of austerity on our country in 2010, the working class have felt the effects of underfunded public services and brutal cuts to the lifelines we all rely on.
Today marks the 125th anniversary of the birth of Dolores Ibárruri – La Pasionaria – the Spanish Republican and communist politician of the Spanish Civil War, known for her now famous slogan ¡No Pasarán! (“They shall not pass”) during the Battle for Madrid in November 1936. Here we reproduce a short biography of her life and contribution to the struggle.