Features

Solidarity – not charity

Nathan Hennebry writes on how the failures of bourgeois charity are highlighting the need for working-class people to take matters into their own hands

Organising migrant women

Judith Cazorla writes on the situation of migrant women in Britain and why we as communists need to do more to engage with them

RIP Bojo

Three years after his fairly historic victory, we bid an ignoble bon voyage to Boris Johnson, the Thatcher wannabe, without the success

The Scottish YCL Congress

Grant MacDonald writes about the Scottish YCL Congress and the importance of democratic centralism and an organised revolutionary vanguard

The ‘Chad’ Mick Lynch

In a week of historic strike action, the RMT media strategy presents a much-needed fighting spirit, writes James Meechan

On living in China

In this transcript of a speech delivered to the International Department of the Central Committee, Communist Party of China, YCL member Jacob Fominov describes what it was like living in the nation – from being introduced to Marxism, to seeing the government’s handling of the pandemic first-hand

Lessons from Tiananmen Square

On the 33rd anniversary of the end of the Tiananmen Square protests, Eben Dombay Williams examines why anti-communists continue to use the period as ammunition in the ‘New Cold War’

The Queen

Seventy years of hurt

As The Queen celebrates her 70 year reign, James Meechan exposes the true role and power of the Royal Family within our society, and explores just what it might look like without it.