YCL General Secretary Johnnie Hunter examines Britain’s further fall into the so-called ‘Cost of Living’ Crisis’, and the response of young communists amongst the chaos
YCL General Secretary Johnnie Hunter explains why it is critical to examine the recent rise in industrial action and SNP’s referendum announcement from a class standpoint
After his recent trip to the island, YCL General Secretary Johnnie Hunter writes on why we must not abandon or betray the Cuban Revolution
Johnnie Hunter argues that big pharma monopolies are to blame for the prolonging of the pandemic
As we begin the new year, militancy and class consciousness are on the rise in Britain, says Johnnie Hunter
Scotland is sleepwalking into a fresh crisis under the SNP-Green coalition, writes Johnnie Hunter
The essential purpose and the central task of Challenge in this regard is not an easy one: Our magazine, like our organisation, is addressed with nothing less than winning mass support among young workers and students for revolutionary socialism, the Communist Party and our programme, Britain’s Road to Socialism
Greetings and solidarity to all of the delegates attending the YCL’s historic 50th Congress this weekend at Ruskin House and to all the comrades and branches who have participated in Congress debate and discussion this year from the length and breadth of Britain. Our Congress meets at a time when the stakes for our class and for humanity could not be higher.
Young Communist League General Secretary, Johnnie Hunter, outlines the importance of the People’s Assembly national demonstration on 26 June 2021 and the need to build a mass movement against austerity and for socialism across Britain.
Very few political organisations in Britain can trace their story back over the course of a full century. But what does 100 years of history mean for Britain’s young communists in 2021?