Grant MacDonald writes about the Scottish YCL Congress and the importance of democratic centralism and an organised revolutionary vanguard
This speech was delivered by Shea Stewart at the YCL’s 2022 May Day demonstration in Manchester
The Scottish Policing Authority (SPA) have announced they will not be carrying out an independent inquiry into the numerous policing failures that occurred during COP26 in Glasgow in November last year
From 1936-1939 the Spanish Civil War waged between the people of Spain and the forces of General Franco. Over 35,000 men and women from over 50 countries left their homes in order to volunteer willingly to help the Spanish people, including 2,500 from Britain & Ireland.
Just under 200 of them were listed as members of the Young Communist League, and Challenge Magazine gave lots of coverage throughout. The following article from January 9th, 1937 is dedicated to three comrades who were killed on Christmas Day in 1936.
Taking action in solidarity with ramblers against landlords trying to shut their vast properties off from the public, the YCL is revisiting one of its most famous tactics, reports Louie Gibson
James Meechan argues that the past few months have seen an increase in trade union militancy
Students at the University of Manchester, including members of the YCL, have launched an occupation protest in solidarity with University and College Union strikes. This follows years of falling pay, overworking, and casualisation for higher education staff
On Thursday 28 October 2021, Communist Party and YCL members met outside the Embassy of Lithuania in Pimlico, London to protest against the unjust victimisation of socialist leader Algirdas Paleckis
Matt Cox writes on the role Young Communists play in shaping a revolutionary environment within Britain
Since Priti Patel’s announcement on Tuesday (5 October) to crack down on protesters, civil liberties groups have reacted with outrage, saying the plans disregard any notion of a “healthy democracy”