Communist Party calls for a new fightback against austerity and unemployment

The Communist Party has issued the October edition of its news sheet Unity! focusing on the need for a mass movement to resist mass unemployment and Tory cuts as we grapple with the COVID-19 Pandemic. Read the full edition online.

YCL: “We lay the blame for the spiralling mental health crisis squarely at the door of poverty, unemployment and capitalism”

The Young Communist League has issued a statement marking World Mental Health Day 2020.

YCL: “6 months of Tory negligence & profiteering leave Britain dangerously underprepared for second COVID-19 spike”

The Young Communist League has issued an updated statement on the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, in response to the arrival of a second spike across Britain and the imposition of new lockdown measures.

Communist Party argues “jobs, safety and investment the key” in response to TUC

In response to the recent TUC conference, Communist Party Chair Liz Payne has urged Britain’s trades union movement to unite to defend every job, demand a safe return to work and to reject EU attempts to limit control of state aid to industry in England, Scotland and Wales, at the party’s most recent Political Committee meeting.

YCL: Summer Budget “less than a drop in the ocean compared to what is really needed”

The Executive Committee of the Young Communist League last night (8 July 2020) released a statement in response to the Government’s Summer Budget.

Don’t believe Johnson’s bluster; there is no Tory ‘New Deal’ to save the economy

Boris Johnson defended the Tory strategy to save Britain’s tanking economy during Prime Ministers Questions yesterday (1 July 2020) as the country continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic shock.

Over 600,000 workers lose jobs between March & May

Office for National Statistics (ONS) statistics released today revealed the dire states of Britain’s economy in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and Tory mismanagement.

According to to the ONS, the UK’s national statistical institute, early indicators for May 2020 show that the number of employees in the UK on payrolls has fallen sharply by well over 600,000 compared with March.