CP Political Report

The political report is delivered to the Executive Committee's bi-monthly meetings to help shape and inform the direction of the CP's work and provide a strategic political analysis of developments nationally and internationally.

'End NATO membership' say Britain's Communists

Speaking to the Communist Party’s political committee on Wednesday (June 11), international secretary John Foster  warned that events in Ukraine once more demonstrated the dangers of Britain’s membership of NATO.

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Bill Greenshields - calls for struggle to go beyond rhetoric

Bill Greenshields -  addressing the CP executive committee argues that worker's organisations have go beyond the rhetoric of 'resistance' if the damage done by austerity is to be reveresed.

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Communists urge 'A vote from the left' against UKIP and the EU

Britain's communists have welcomed the No2EU - Yes to Workers Rights challenge in next month's European Parliament elections as 'a vital antidote to the reactionary and anti-foreigner poison' of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP).

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'Tories boost profits and poverty' say Communists

CP EXECUTIVE REPORT

Speaking at the Communist Party executive committee at the weekend, vice chair Liz Payne accused the Tories of representing the interests of ever fewer big business corporations.

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CP EXECUTIVE: Assembly could be vehicle for broad, popular, democractic anti-monopoly struggle

 

Read here the Political Report to the Executive Committee last weekend by CP Chair Bill Greenshields:

Firstly the achievement of the organisers of the People’s Assembly on June 22nd should be acknowledged, and they should be congratulated. To bring together the range of trade union leaders, community activists, anti-austerity and privatisation campaigners, Left organisations and individuals that together led to 4000 participants was a major achievement.  It provided a good starting point for further developments, and the Party will be determined to play its part.

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