Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude knew exactly what he was doing when he suggested that motorists fill their cars and jerry cans with fuel in anticipation of a strike by tanker drivers, argues CP general secretary Robert Griffiths in the Morning Star. Continue reading “The millionaires vs the millions”
CP general secretary Robert Griffiths writes in the Morning Star on the failings and inadequacies of private ownership of capital. This is part two of a series on the nature of ownership of capital in capitalist society. Continue reading “ROBERT GRIFFITHS: ‘The limits of private capital’”
In a new year message, CP general secretary Robert Griffiths has written to members and supporters calling for 2012 to be turned into a year of sustained struggle to block job loss and the destruction of industry, the shedding and privatisation of public services and broad opposition to EU austerity and attacks on the sovereignty of Britain. Griffiths asserts that the key is for the Labour Movement to illuminate the many struggles now breaking out with an alternative economic and political strategy based around the People’s Charter.
Why on earth were David Cameron and Nick Clegg not replaced by a government of bankers on Wednesday November 16? Asks Robert Griffiths CP general secretary in today’s Morning Star.
In the financial offensive against the peoples of Greece and Italy, we are witnessing the execution of a long-planned coup against the sovereignty of the peoples of Europe.
Political letter 11 August 2011- To members and supporters of the Communist Party: On Norway, Halt the EDL, Full support for Cable Street commemoration.
In Wales, Labour AMs respected picket lines. The same cannot be said of the Labour leadership which queued up to undermine the case for good pensions – for all. In the Morning Star, Political editor John Haylett shows why Milliband performed so poorly.
Tomorrow’s industrial action is a vital step in building the mass popular movement needed to challenge the Con-Dem government’s attack on the people of Britain, writes CP general secretary Robert Griffiths in the Morning Star.
The industrial action on June 30 is a vital step in building the mass popular movement needed to challenge the Con-Dem government’s attack on the people of Britain, writes CP general secretary Robert Griffiths.
CP general secretary Robert Griffiths writes on the life and activity of past general secretary GORDON McLENNAN 1924-2011 who, he writes, bears 'a heavy responsibility' for the setbacks in the '80s, to the British communist movement.