‘Anti-Zionism equals anti-Semitism’: why the big lie keeps getting bigger and bigger
Without a hegemonic Communist Party the Labour Party can never be transformed into a vehicle for socialism
Why prime ministerJeremy Corbyn would have faced a coup and how we can defeat counterrevolution
The bankruptcy of left Labourism
The Crisis of the Labour Left
The slow coup against Jeremy Corbyn
Can the Labour Party be transformed into a vehicle for socialism?
Building the revolutionary party in the USA
The Labour Party: past, present, future
The Labour Party’s development 1900-1980 and the mistakes of the left
The Labour Party: still a bourgeois workers’ party?
There is much debate on today’s far left about the nature of the Labour Party.
Has the rise of New Labour and Tony Blair ensured that the party ceases to be a ‘bourgeois workers’ party? What does that term even mean?
Mike Macnair of the Communist Party of Great Britain tackles these questions by tracing the history of the Labour Party up to the present day.
To read more that Mike has to say on this question, check out two articles he wrote in the Weekly Worker:
Labour: Still a bourgeois workers’ party?
Making and unmaking Labour:
This talk was given along with a series of others at the Communist Party of Great Britain’s annual Communist University, held in London from August 8-15.