Provisional Central Committee of the CPGB

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Online Communist Forum

Sunday May 8 5pm, 'Northern Ireland elections: crisis in permanence'

Drawing clear lines on Ukraine

The war is not just about Russia and Ukraine. Muriel Green reports on the CPGB’s March 12 online members’ meeting

Perspectives 2022

As proposed by the PCC and agreed by the AGM of CPGB members held on February 12

Corbyn and post-Corbyn Labour Party

Agreed by the January 25 meeting of CPGB members and supporters

Perspectives 2019-20

Unanimously agreed by CPGB members meeting on March 2 in London

NCG elections: no vote

A call from Labour Party Marxists

Prospects of a Corbyn government


Communist University 2017: Who is speaking and when

A list of speakers and current timetable

The Manchester bombing

Statement from the PCC of the CPGB

Final resolution

Adopted by the May 7, 2017 CPGB aggregate meeting

Vote Galloway

The following CPGB statement was issued prior to the May 5 election

Nationalise Tata

A statement from the Provisional Central Committee of the CPGB

SUPPLEMENT: Third programme of the Communist Party of Great Britain

This is the Draft programme of the CPGB as agreed by the Provisional Central Committee. It will be put before a special conference of CPGB members before the end of 2010. Comments, suggestions, and criticisms are welcome

Fight bomber Blair at polls

May Day statement

Two constitutions

Socialist Alliance Rugby conference

Frozen in dogma

Notes by Mark Fischer in consultation with PCC members

Hypocrisy - the proof

London Socialist Alliance

Harpal Brar invite

The fight for Party

Motions to the LSA submitted by the CPGB

Communists murdered

PCC solidarity

Open letters

The CPGB PCC has written to the NUJ Morning Star chapel and the CPB executive committee, declaring its support for the strike aims

Thesis on revolutionary openness

This thesis was discussed at the CPGB’s aggregate last weekend. Comrades from Manchester opposed it and presented an alternative motion. The thesis, itself the result of intense discussion and amendment, had the backing of the Provisional Central Committee and was overwhelmingly carried, but with the Manchester comrades voting against. Their own motion was then carried by a large majority. The Weekly Worker will be discussing this important question over the coming period

Thesis on factions

Agreed by the CPGB (PCC) and RDG (OC)

Resounding success

Theses on the results of the September 11 referendum

Vote of thanks

Obituary: Barbara Lewis

May 31 1931 - September 19 1997

Thesis on communist rapprochement

This thesis was agreed to by the Provisional Central Committee of the Communist Party of Great Britain and the Organising Committee of the Revolutionary Democratic Group (faction of the SWP) on August 10 1997

Real enemies of progressive socialism

The Weekly Worker has received a copy of a letter from Camden SLP chair Martyn Giscombe-Smith, which we publish below. We believe that the comrade is profoundly mistaken in announcing his resignation from the party, and urge him to reconsider. While he makes many valid criticisms and his frustration is understandable, he overlooks the key point: the SLP represents a left break from Labour of potentially great significance for the working class. All socialists should fight to shape the SLP into an organisation that is up to the job. It cannot be right to retire into the wilderness

For communist unity

Open letter to the SWP central committee

Communist Party Offensive 95

Theses on factions

CPGB Provisional Central Committee resolution agreed at the Party membership aggregate of June 4 1995

Revolutionary greetings