You can check out more from our May Day contingent in London at our YouTube, including this footage of the demo:
Join Red Youth and CPGB-ML comrades to mark International Workers' Day, on Friday 1st May 11:30am at Clerkenwell Green, to celebrate our proud history of working-class resistance! May 1st is a significant day for workers across the world. It is a time to celebrate the hard-won victories of workers of all countries in our on-going … Continue reading May 1 – Celebrate International Workers’ Day
Having republished J. V. Stalin’s classic pamphlet Foundations of Leninism the CPGB-ML has organised a print run of The History of the CPSU(b) - Short Course. These books are now on sale via the party ebay account. Candidate and full-members of the CPGB-ML and Red Youth are requested to order their copies through firstname.lastname@example.org where … Continue reading J. V. Stalin’s Foundations of Leninism republished and on sale for May 1st!
As we go into the weekend, CPGB-ML comrades will be at May Day events in Birmingham, Newcastle, Chesterfield, Leeds, Manchester and Bristol - so if you want to meet up and find out what we're really like, rather than relying on the gossip that passes for politics on sad sack geek chat rooms, come along … Continue reading A few photos from May Day in London
CPGB-ML and Red Youth comrades participated in some of the May Day celebrations which were held around the country during the May bank holiday. In Chesterfield comrades distributed copies of We Want Freedom and Who Stole our Future and spoke to many working people about the role played by the Labour Party in retarding our … Continue reading May Day in Manchester and Chesterfield
CPGB-ML comrades assembled in Clerkenwell to take part in this years May Day celebrations. On this day, millions across the world have taken to the streets ever since 1889, when the first congress of the Second International declared 1 May as International Workers’ Day. This day was initially chosen to honour the American workers’ triumphant … Continue reading May Day – London 2012