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Proletarian, issue 82

February 2018 (Issue 82)

> The collapse of Carillion
> NHS crisis bites deeper. Workers taste the bitter fruit of capitalist market ‘reforms’
> Editorial: What’s going on in Myanmar?
> Released cabinet papers reveal imperialist skulduggery
> Kim Jong Un’s new year address to the people of north Korea
> Syria: Liberation in sight
> Iran foils imperialist attempt to destabilise the country
> Trump’s proposed embassy move and the savage repression of Palestinians by the fascistic Israeli state
> Pakistan: the US’s loss is China’s gain
> Industrial matters: rich get richer
> Air pollution in Britain at scandalously high levels
> Blunt hatchets: the Guardian’s attempt discredit real journalism on Syria
> Trump: racist head of a racist imperialist state

Proletarian, issue 81

December 2017 (Issue 81)

> Tribute to Comrade Robert Mugabe
> Birmingham’s binmen conclude their strike ... for now
> Editorial: Message to Birmingham’s bin workers
> The Paradise Papers and corporate tax avoidance
> GPs resisting wholesale privatisation of NHS surgeries
> Stop academisation of our schools!
> Derek Robinson: the passing of a working-class hero
> Heads roll in Russiagate farce
> Maidan 2: history repeated as farce
> Media on trial
> Syria moves forward
> 100 years since the Balfour declaration
> Industry matters: Fighting the trade war harder
> Turmoil in the House of Saud

Proletarian, issue 80

October 2017 (Issue 80)

> October 1917: the defining event of our epoch
> Syria: the liberation of Deir Ezzor
> Editorial: The future belongs to communism
> Industry matters: fighting back against declining wages
> On the election result in Germany
> British media go all out to spread racism and islamophobia
> The ongoing decimation of the NHS
> The insanity of school league tables
> October 100: VI Lenin: Report on the tasks of Soviet power
> October 100: VI Lenin: To workers, soldiers and peasants!
> October 100: VI Lenin: The immediate tasks of the Soviet government
> October 100: JV Stalin: The tasks of economic executives
> Poem: You’re A Comrade Still
> Korea’s communist party turns 72
> Opposing imperialism in south Korea
> Why US media mourn death of Liu Xiaobo
> France heads for a winter of discontent
> Ukraine: Washington flirts with proxy war against Russia
> Venezuela stands firm against US imperialist aggression
> October 100: Greetings from the German communists

Proletarian, issue 79

August 2017 (Issue 79)

> Grenfell Tower: tragedy or crime?
> Labour council pushes ahead with housing segregation in Haringey
> Editorial: The housing crisis
> Binmen on strike in Birmingham
> The DUPing of the British government
> From the writings of Marx on Ireland
> Syria: liberation in sight
> What did the October Revolution do for us? 2. Housing
> Hong Kong’s return to China – 20 years on
> Saudi vs Qatar: thieves fall out
> Hillsborough 28 years on
> Industry matters: summer strike wave

Proletarian, issue 78

June 2017 (Issue 78)

> Not so strong and stable after all: May loses Brexit gamble
> Terrorist atrocity in Manchester
> Editorial: Our demands
> Obamacare: going, going ...
> The vultures of imperialist finance capital encircle Puerto Rico
> May Day in Sri Lanka
> Ukraine junta shoots itself in the foot again
> ‘Socialist’ McDonnell shocked by communists on May Day
> The fight-back of the low-paid
> Industry matters: ONS figures track decline in union militancy
> Syria: Russian peace proposal takes effect
> Palestinian hunger strike ends in victory
> Tribute to General Heinz Kessler
> Remembering Comrade Clement Murphy-Shaw
> Join the CPGB-ML’s annual anti-imperialist barbecue
> French elections produce ... more of the same!

Proletarian, issue 77

April 2017 (Issue 77)

> Martin McGuinness: 1950-2017
> Cloak and dagger: the operation to kill the NHS
> Editorial: Brexit moves ahead
> Education under attack
> Birmingham council in financial crisis
> Letter: So you want to be a hero?
> Newsflash: Bourgeoisie still dislikes socialism
> Film: I, Daniel Blake
> The rich still get richer and the poor still get poorer
> Stoke and Copeland byelections deepen Labour’s disarray
> Industry matters: Trade Union Act comes into force
> DPRK dismisses ridiculous claims of a chemical weapons assassination
> Syria: Palmyra liberated
> Rail blockade: a disastrous own goal for Ukrainian junta
> Destruction of the Amazon rainforest – a symptom of capitalism
> Birmingham meeting fosters internationalist unity with Sri Lankan comrades

Proletarian, issue 76

February 2017 (Issue 76)

> Liberation of Aleppo is reshaping the middle east
> Rail strikes: capitalism vs the workers once again
> NHS in the firing line
> What more can we do for Palestine?
> Ukraine discovers that EU association is a poisoned chalice
> Korean leader determined to preserve an optimistic faith in the future
> Syrian president: ‘defeat of the terrorists is the west’s defeat’
> Argentina’s disastrous return to ‘neo-liberalism’
> The US election hacking scandal
> What did the collapse of the USSR mean to us?
> What did the October Revolution do for us? 1. The NHS
> How the scabs were ditched, and other dirty laundry of 1989-90
> Northern Ireland assembly collapses in scandal
> Radical Voices: a curate’s egg of an exhibition

Proletarian, issue 75

December 2016 (Issue 75)

> Farewell Comrade Fidel Castro. Eternal glory to you!
> Trump’s victory: another blow at imperialism
> Severe rise of homelessness in Britain
> Inquiry denied for Orgreave
> Remembering Mehdi Ben Barka, African liberation fighter
> South Korea: land of the free?
> Reinstate the Topshop Two
> Ukraine’s millionaire junta
> Aleppo and Mosul: a tale of two cities
> What does Duterte offer the Filipino people?
> Venezuela: Petition for recall referendum fails despite fraud
> DPRK's fraternal solidarity
> SWP uses Comrade Fidel’s passing as another opportunity to slander socialism
> Saudi Arabia admitted on to the UNHCR while Russia is voted off
> Yes to Brexit; No to xenophobia
> Film: The Innocents
> The Fifa poppy ban

Proletarian, issue 74

October 2016 (Issue 74)

> Syria: Latest imperialist war crimes are aimed at saving Islamic State from defeat
> Jeremy Corbyn re-elected – Labour’s war set to continue
> Could Corbyn cure the crisis?
> Industry matters: The 'gig' economy
> TTIP: signs of division in the imperialist camp
> Ukraine: Poroshenko playing at peace
> A week with the Swedish young communists
> Fracking: new faces, same agenda
> Bolivia: reactionary revolt of the mining cooperatives
> Cuba ‘will not cease defending its revolutionary and anti-imperialist ideals’
> Cuba: the blockade remains in full force
> Remembering Comrade John Willock
> Peter Norman: the white man in that photo
> Remembering the Battle of Cable Street
> Post-Brexit threat of second Scottish referendum retreats

Proletarian, issue 73

August 2016 (Issue 73)

> After Brexit: what next?
> Chilcot report: a devastating exposure of the British establishment
> Editorial: Junior doctors vote to reject new contract
> Turkish coup: more fallout from the war in Syria
> The Scottish response to Brexit
> US imperialism’s military aggression is the major factor behind South China Sea disputes
> Strike wave hits France
> Industry matters: Cleaners' victory
> Crisis in the Labour party
> Venezuela: Maduro takes control

Proletarian, issue 72

June 2016 (Issue 72)

> No to the new doctors’ contract; save our NHS!
> Police lies revealed at Hillsborough; Orgreave must be next
> Maduro ‘ready to radicalise the revolution’
> ‘Anti-zionism is not antisemitism’
> Hedy Epstein, rights activist and holocaust survivor, remembered
> Syria consolidates her gains
> Industry matters: Unite says no to Brexit
> Ukraine: Eurovision circus but no bread
> Frack flak buried
> Reclaiming May Day for the working class
> Workers’ Party of Korea reaffirms its commitment to socialism
> Celebrating Shakespeare: a Marxist-Leninist perspective
> BHS workers facing loss of jobs and pensions

Proletarian, issue 71

April 2016 (Issue 71)

> Syrian patriotic forces advancing
> Attempted coup in Brazil
> Why British workers need a Brexit
> Budget 2016: attacking the poor will not fix the economy
> Public health: a matter of private profit
> Sea levels are rising faster than previously thought
> Socialist Korea refuses to be intimidated by imperialist sanctions
> Industry matters: TUC touts for the EU
> Letter: We need a council tax rebellion
> Ukraine: deeper into the quagmire
> The rise of Donald Trump: a revolt against the US establishment
> Joint enterprise murder convictions judged unsound
> Letter: Brexit – a historian’s view
> The rich are getting richer but fewer
> The 1916 Easter Rising remembered

Proletarian, issue 70

February 2016 (Issue 70)

> Floods in Britain: how capitalist profiteering is creating and exacerbating ‘natural’ disasters
> The march of the Saudi regime towards its inevitable doom
> New housing bill could pave the way for the final destruction of social housing
> Syria: resistance turns the tide
> Iraq: the axis of resistance and the liberation of Ramadi
> DPRK conducts successful H-Bomb test
> Striving for socialism, reunification and peace in Korea
> Ukraine: Kiev counts the cost of acting as catspaw for imperialism
> A Nobel prize for literature in the service of reaction
> Pat Adler: 1926-2015 – staunch communist and friend of China
> Pat Adler: Poems from the Chinese revolution
> Big Data is watching you: the snoopers' charter
> Disgraceful neglect of the disabled in Britain
> Health warning: capitalism kills
> Industry matters: pay ‘rises’ belied by decline in real wages
> On the New Year’s Eve events in Germany

Proletarian, issue 69

December 2015 (Issue 69)

> Criminal Turkish provocation drags us nearer to WWIII
> Junior doctors’ fight to save our NHS betrayed
> Paris terror attacks: Further proof that we need to overthrow imperialism
> Syria: Imperialism on the back foot
> Reflections on a first-time visit to Cuba
> Ri Ul Sol, hero of the Korean revolution (1921-2015)
> Ray Berbling: a life in struggle (1935-2015)
> Follow the road of Great October!
> Poem: Soviet Man
> The connection between the junior doctors’ contract and the US corporate takeover of the NHS
> Letter: Boycott the General Medical Council
> Industry matters: Steel industry in terminal decline
> VW emissions scandal
> Corbyn’s attempts to reform the Labour party rebound
> Brutal bombing of a Russian holiday flight by IS terrorists

Proletarian, issue 68

October 2015 (Issue 68)

> Who is to blame for the refugee crisis?
> Jeremy Corbyn: The ‘resurgence’ of left social democracy is likely to be shortlived
> The human cost of prisons for profit
> Editorial: Russia backs the Syrian people
> Health warning: Austerity kills
> Industry matters: Amazon unveiled
> Imperialism raises the stakes in Syria
> The last thing Lebanon needs is a phony ‘Arab Spring’
> Ukraine: Neither political chicanery nor naked aggression can save Poroshenko
> Book: Go Set a Watchman
> What did the Indian workers do for us?

Proletarian, issue 67

August 2015 (Issue 67)

> Jeremy Corbyn: ‘Left’ Labour’s great white elephant
> Greece: Syriza caves in
> Hypocritical imperialist double-dealing in Syria
> Turkish election ends Erdogan's majority
> Imperialist looting of Ukraine is ramping up
> US Party for Socialism and Liberation announces its 2016 presidential campaign
> Venezuela under attack as next election approaches
> A new victory for the Cuban revolution
> Industry matters: French ferry workers blaze a trail
> George Osborne’s vicious summer budget
> Benefit cuts: Who are the real parasites in our society?
> ‘Arming Apartheid’ report targets British arms sales to Israel
> Red salute to Comrade John Taylor
> Black and white, unite and fight!

Proletarian, issue 66

June 2015 (Issue 66)

> Election circus over, the class struggle continues
> Crunch time for Greece?
> Baltimore uprising reveals revolutionary potential of US working class
> General election results: The Scottish context
> Industry matters: Blacklisting rampant
> Imperialist-backed war on Yemen continues
> Idlib setback in Syria: Imperialism crows too soon
> We Are Many: New film prettifies leaders of the anti-war movement
> Theatre: United We Stand
> Ukraine: Anglo-US imperialism ratchets up its bellicose stand against Russia
> Seventieth anniversary of the victory over fascism

Proletarian, issue 65

April 2015 (Issue 65)

> ‘Least worst’ vs ‘don’t bother’. Should workers vote?
> Ukraine: Donbass resistance forces junta into humiliating retreat
> Letter: Who’s ‘playing games’ with our health service?
> Editorial: Our health is not for sale!
> MI5 and the jihadists: an unholy alliance
> Sinn Féin stands alone against austerity
> Poem: Birthday honours
> Iraq, Syria: imperialism is in a hole and digging
> Turmoil in Argentina as US imperialism struggles to regain its lost paradise
> US dockers’ struggle highlights the vulnerabilities of globalisation
> Industry matters: Workers fight back
> Stepan Bandera – the Ukrainian fascists’ ‘hero’
> TV: The Casual Vacancy
> Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank – another challenge to imperialist hegemony

Proletarian, issue 64

February 2015 (Issue 64)

> Imperialism fiddles while the planet burns
> Syriza victory in Greek elections
> Editorial: The rich get richer
> Thatcher government’s machinations exposed
> On n’est pas Charlie
> Imperialism’s oil game
> What is wrong with devolution plans for English cities?
> Syria stands firm as the ‘opposition’ scatters
> Poem: Of Mine and Me
> UN folds in the face of zionist aggression in the Golan
> Comrade Kim Jong Un’s new year address
> Industry matters: City Link Christmas lay-offs
> Sinn Féin: The voice of all Ireland
> Kiev spurns ceasefire bid, intensifies attacks on civilians
> Cuba: US imperialism changes tack

Proletarian, issue 63

December 2014 (Issue 63)

> Syria: Terrorist collapse in Aleppo
> Burkina Faso: Upright once again
> Editorial: Let us continue our work and build real connections with the masses
> Human rights: DPRK vs USA
> Ukraine: Kiev junta drives headlong into economic collapse
> Scottish nationalism is a dangerous diversion. Fight for the unity of the British working class!
> Poem: False “friends of the people”
> Letter: Urgent need to ‘re-politicise the medical’
> Public health care – a vanishing commodity?
> End private, sectarian and religious schools. Quality education for all
> Book: Prosperity’s Predicament
> Industry matters: 'Harmonious relations' at the Royal Mail
> Dilma’s election will meet with fierce resistance from Brazil’s comprador class
> Art exhibition introduces socialist Korea to a British audience
> Theatre: Behind the Beautiful Forevers
> Twenty-five years since the fall of the Berlin Wall
> The murder of communists by Britain in 1946
> Oppose fracking: you’ve got to be red to be green!
> Divide and rule: EU immigration and UKIP
> Stand with Gaza, stand with Palestine. No cooperation with Israeli war crimes
> Solidarity with Syria and the axis of resistance
> Solidarity with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
> Hands off Ukraine
> Defend the People’s Republic of China against US-led imperialist aggression

Proletarian, issue 62

October 2014 (Issue 62)

> Islamic State: Frankenstein’s monster is out of control
> Scottish nationalism: weakening the working-class movement
> Editorial: Hong Kong democracy movement a tool of imperialist subterfuge
> NHS 999 march hijacked by Labour election campaign
> Disband the neo-Nazi Nato alliance
> Ukraine: resistance drives Poroshenko to negotiate
> Notwithstanding Israeli atrocities, Palestine will prevail
> No bargaining of national principles with US imperialism. Syria will win
> Industry matters: NHS divide and rule
> Poem: Willie McGuire
> The Calais immigrants are our class brothers and sisters
> Another government reshuffle in France
> Eurozone hits rock bottom
> Understanding sanctions as a means of economic warfare
> Spain taxes green energy production for the benefit of polluting multinationals

Proletarian, issue 61

August 2014 (Issue 61)

> Stand with Gaza!
> Ukraine: they shall not pass!
> Editorial: Who benefits from the shooting of the Malaysian plane?
> Nicaragua’s road to progress
> Brazil at the crossroads
> TV: Common
> Vulture funds swoop on Argentina
> Afghanistan: In imperialism’s bloody wake
> Industry matters: Simmering summer of discontent
> Malaysian airline disaster: what the evidence shows
> Isis: Imperialism gets tangled up in its own traps
> Zionism exposed at the root by US author Naomi Wolf
> Can capitalism be fixed?

Proletarian, issue 60

June 2014 (Issue 60)

> Ukraine referenda: the people speak
> UKIP: an exercise in misdirection
> Communist forces continue to grow and make their mark on May Day
> Thailand’s twelfth military coup
> Sinn Féin advances north and south
> Red Salute to Comrade Khwezi Kadalie
> Farewell to Comrade George Bennett, 1923-2014
> Industry matters: Labour a party of austerity
> Industry matters around the world: USA teamsters fight leaders as well as UPS bosses
> Theatre: Good People
> Criminalising the poor
> No cure for the intractable social problems and human misery created by capitalism
> ‘Workers are the gunpowder, education is the spark’
> Quantitative easing described as ‘Robin Hood tax in reverse’
> Rich List 2014: Poor man’s poison is a rich man’s meat
> Brazil 2014 – the people’s World Cup
> Why do we write for the workers’ press?

Proletarian, issue 59

April 2014 (Issue 59)

> Crimea goes home
> Reactionaries back on the offensive in Venezuela
> Editorial: The BBC lies
> World War Three in the making
> Syria: Proxy warriors in disarray
> Quenelle: ‘Up yours’ to the system and to zionist Israel!
> Irish peace process upheld
> Industry matters: Blacklisters in the dock
> Industry matters around the world: Migrant workers in Qatar face slavery and death
> Imprisonment of progressive MP exposes myth of ‘democratic’ south Korea
> Police racism is not a case of a few ‘rotten apples’
> A girl called Jack
> Women hold up half the sky
> Obituaries: Bob Crow and Tony Benn
> The Glasgow rent strike of 1915
> New Hospital Care Act gives health minister sweeping closure powers

Proletarian, issue 58

February 2014 (Issue 58)

> Syria: proxy war disintegrates into chaos
> Cabinet papers reveal the truth about the Great Miners’ Strike of 84/5
> Editorial: ‘Jokewood’ burns whilst barristers strike
> Delhi voters install anti-corruption chief minister
> Mikhail Kalashnikov – working-class hero
> Zionism and the House of Saud: an unholy alliance
> ‘The vast majority of Ukrainians don’t want this new civil war’
> Turkey: Erdogan’s AKP in deep trouble
> Korea: front line between socialism and imperialism
> Industry matters: Criminalising union activism
> Industry matters around the world: Amazon workers fight back
> Cuts, floods and climate change
> The destruction of legal aid is an attack on workers’ rights
> Anti-imperialist youth meet in Ecuador
> Cuban life indicators continue to rise
> Obesity as a symptom of malnourishment
> Cutting the NHS, killing its patients

Proletarian, issue 57

December 2013 (Issue 57)

> US retreat from Syria sends shock waves through the Middle East
> How do we defend the NHS?
> Editorial: Typhoon Haiyan – a disaster compounded by imperialism
> Why Mother Agnes was kicked off the Stop the War platform
> Palestine: strengthen the axis of resistance!
> Support Venezuela against imperialist-backed sabotage
> Cyber espionage row deepens inter-imperialist contradictions
> International speakers illustrate the battle for ideas in socialist China
> Fukushima – a global threat that requires a global response
> Panorama: ruthless terror of the British state revealed
> Theatre: Marx in Soho
> Industry matters: Grangemouth fall-out for unions
> Breadline Britain: the rise of the food banks
> Energy prices through the roof and rising

Proletarian, issue 56

October 2013 (Issue 56)

> Syria: Obomber loses the public debate
> No cooperation with capitalist austerity!
> Editorial: ProletarianTV
> From whistleblowing to revolution
> Central African Republic and the recolonisation of Africa
> Egypt: The overthrow of political Islam was the work of the masses themselves
> Progressive party persecuted in south Korea
> Left Unity: another Trotskyist attempt to mislead the working class
> Bourgeois justice, working-class injustice
> ‘Zero hours’ means 24-hours-a-day availability
> Birmingham meeting pledges solidarity with Syria and Korea
> Industry matters: persecuting the unemployed
> Fracking the world away?

Proletarian, issue 55

August 2013 (Issue 55)

> Turkish workers set a militant example
> Police, spies, surveillance and the capitalist state
> Syria: national steadfastness wins through
> Korea: 60 years of freedom!
> Industry matters: Miliband-McCluskey spat
> Industry matters around the world: Industrial relations, Beijing style
> Egypt: Morsi overthrown under mass pressure
> Compensation for Kenyan torture victims
> Capitalism, wages and exploitation
> Edward Snowden – a brave young idealist hounded by US imperialism
> Panama Canal monopoly under threat
> Red salute to Comrade Richard Mason
> Theatre: To Kill a Mockingbird
> Austerity, capitalism and the racist police state
> Murdoch's white-collar crime empire
> Obesity and malnutrition on the rise as poverty increases

Proletarian, issue 54

June 2013 (Issue 54)

> Syria stands firm
> Cyprus: another domino goes flying
> Editorial: The killing of Lee Rigby
> Former Guatemalan dictator convicted of genocide
> Nicolas Maduro victorious against Venezuelan opposition
> Bolivia strikes new blow against US imperialism
> Industry matters around the world: Iraqi oil workers on the front line again
> Industry matters: slave labour legal again
> Bangladeshi workers under attack
> Pakistan on the brink
> May Day in Colombo
> Raising the red flag on May Day
> Connecting the African and British struggles against imperialism
> Syria will not kneel down!
> Icelandic voters reject social democrats and the EU
> Can Labour lead a revolt against the cuts?

Proletarian, issue 53

April 2013 (Issue 53)

> Hugo Chávez: heroic and tireless internationalist revolutionary
> Axe the tax! Let the rich pay for their crisis!
> Editorial: Stop the War maintains deafening silence on Syria as the flames of war leap higher
> US stoking the flames of war in Korea
> Bradley Manning: a working-class hero
> Horsemeat and the joke of British ‘food standards’
> What did Leveson do for us?
> Industry matters: the crisis grinds on
> Blacklists: still hitting the fan
> ‘Councillors against the Cuts’: a health warning
> Labour sabotage in Harlow
> Major defeat for French workers
> Austerity leads to political gridlock in Italy
> Citizens’ revolution advances in Ecuador
> South Korean and Indian workers fight for union recognition

Proletarian, issue 52

February 2013 (Issue 52)

> NHS: death by a thousand cuts
> Syria: the inexorable escalation of imperialism’s criminal war
> Editorial: France wants to recolonise Mali
> DPRK rejects new sanctions
> Kim Jong Un: economic development, national reunification and anti-imperialism
> In Amenas attack: Algeria finishes what imperialism started
> What’s going on in Sri Lanka?
> Comments on the Delhi rape outrage
> Young internet pioneer hounded to suicide in the USA
> Venezuelan revolution advances amidst challenges
> Industry matters: Birmingham services to be decimated
> Industry matters: Renegotiating redundancy rights
> Industry matters: McCluskey, Hicks and the persistence of social-democratic illusions
> Industry matters: US dockworkers' strike postponed
> Industry matters: Corporate murder in Bangladesh
> The US economy - fiscal cliff and debt ceiling
> PSC: Palestine Safety-valve Committee?
> CIAid agencies
> Film: Django Unchained
> Film: The Kids Are Alright
> More fruitless austerity, more welfare cuts

Proletarian, issue 51

December 2012 (Issue 51)

> Israel’s latest massacre in Gaza met by renewed Palestinian resistance
> Europe in chains: lessons of the economic crisis
> Editorial: Obama’s re-election promises austerity at home and war abroad
> Industry matters: Blacklists in the dock
> Work for the pensions we have already earned? Drop dead milord!
> Industry matters: Greek resistance grows
> Historic victory for Palestine: another rejection of occupation
> Libya: Green resistance on the rise
> Letter from the Korean embassy
> Lessons of October for the builders of Britain's bolshevik party
> Stalin defies the Nazi invaders
> US and British war crimes in Afghanistan
> Book: Ten Mile Inn by David and Isabel Crook
> Letter from Comrade Isabel Crook in China
> Letter: Marxism and psychiatry
> Poem: Postgraduate Defending Her Lament
> Highlights of the CPGB-ML congress
> Scotland: a part of the British nation
> Imperialists threaten all-out war against Syria

Proletarian, issue 50

October 2012 (Issue 50)

> Terrorist atrocities mount in Syria
> Dismantling the NHS
> London riots vs London Olympics
> Marikana massacre: a turning point in South Africa
> Iran stands tall
> Israeli court denies responsibility for the murder of Rachel Corrie
> Ecuador takes a stand against the imperialist persecution of Assange
> Wonga watch
> Thalidomide scandal resurfaces
> ‘Grade deflation’ farce
> Foreign students targeted by latest immigration crackdown
> Industry matters: The hardest hit
> The Libor scandal
> Poem: Response to ‘A Postgraduate’s Lament’
> Book: Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan
> Afghan resistance advancing to victory

Proletarian, issue 49

August 2012 (Issue 49)

> Syria: US imperialism sows the seeds for the next world war
> Cuban revolution still strong as it faces new challenges
> Editorial: Obscene levels of poverty and wealth
> Letter from a US comrade
> Godfrey Cremer: condolences from Chinese embassy
> Julian Assange: cyber-revolutionary or liberal do-gooder?
> Industry matters: Taking on capitalism
> Poem: 'A Postgraduate’s Lament'
> Charles Dickens, 1812-1870 – an appreciation
> Mexican people reject electoral fraud
> Constitutional coup topples progressive president in Paraguay
> Obituary: Teofilo ‘Pirolo’ Stevenson, 1952-2012
> Iran: undeclared war on all fronts
> The great British benefits rip-off

Proletarian, issue 48

June 2012 (Issue 48)

> Forget the jubilee, join the revolution!
> The Leveson inquiry
> Editorial: An example to us all
> The Kenya files
> The Malay files
> The Victorian origins of workfare
> Industry matters: Awkward squad limitations
> The masses of Europe fight back against austerity
> Remembering Comrade Godfrey Cremer
> Song for Godfrey
> Pyongyang celebrates
> Obama’s Afghan nightmare
> Hands off Syria!
> The conviction of Charles Taylor
> Mali conflicts threaten new imperialist intervention
> Egypt’s presidential elections
> Lithuania’s history up for grabs
> Crisis and resistance
> Ben Bella and Tomás Borge: heroes of the anti-imperialist struggle
> Hail the victory of the Palestinian hunger strikers!
> Victory for the media in the Dale Farm case

Proletarian, issue 47

April 2012 (Issue 47)

> Ireland to vote on EU rescue plans
> Imperialist frustration builds over Syria
> Editorial: The budget
> Industry matters: The class offensive intensifies
> How Kony 2012 hides the truth of imperialism in Africa
> The Muslim Brotherhood’s true colours
> Somali oil: black gold and imperial conquest
> Afghanistan: imperialism in panic-buy for an escape route
> Korea’s satellite – a tribute to a great leader
> Obituary: Godfrey Andries Cremer
> Poem for Godfrey
> Letter of condolence from South African comrades
> Kim Il Sung: 1912-1994
> Letter to Amnesty USA from an anti-war activist
> Campaign priority: Defend Azhar Ahmed
> Greetings from South Africa
> Stop the hypocrisy
> Letter: France prosecuting Palestine solidarity activists

Proletarian, issue 46

February 2012 (Issue 46)

> No cooperation with war against Iran
> Last chance to save the NHS
> Industry matters: The struggle against social-democratic misleadership
> Editorial: Socialism needed to save humanity
> Lessons of the murder of Stephen Lawrence
> Disbanding of the Gibson inquiry
> Release of 1981 Cabinet papers
> Police report recommends extreme measures against protestors
> Korean communists determined to maintain socialist road
> Syria: Assad looks East
> Libya: green flag raised in Bani Walid
> The genesis and development of modern finance capital
> Sean Garland wins extradition fight
> Egypt: the masses are still in Tahrir Square

Proletarian, issue 45

December 2011 (Issue 45)

> Syria war threat grows
> Eurogeddon
> Editorial: The spirit of Tahrir
> Imperialism steps up its moves to recolonise Africa
> Ethinic cleansing in Nato's 'new' Libya
> Industry matters: 30 November pensions strike
> Dale Farm: lessons to be learned
> Downton Abbey, the Jolly George and Stop the War
> Film: The Help
> Celebrating October: videos, a poem and a letter
> Letter: The BMA failure to ballot for strike action
> The Palestinian struggle forges ahead
> Imperialist warmongers set sights on Iran
> Communists and the struggle against imperialism
> Solidarity from a Turkish prison cell

Proletarian, issue 44

October 2011 (Issue 44)

> Support the Libyan resistance
> The longest depression ever
> Editorial: The Gleision tragedy
> 1911 special: Working-class struggles in Britain
> Uprisings terrify the ruling class
> Mr Morley and Mr Rahman (a tale of two sentences)
> Industry matters: NSSN on the uprisings
> Palestine: zionism in a hole and digging
> Kim Jong Il’s Russia visit: an all-round gain for the DPRK
> 1911 special: The first Chinese revolution
> 1911 special: General Giáp's hundredth birthday
> 75th anniversary of the formation of the International Brigades
> Workers back Chile’s student movement

Proletarian, issue 43

August 2011 (Issue 43)

> YOUTH UPRISING SUPPLEMENT: Bourgeois ideologues battle for control of the working-class movement
> YOUTH UPRISING SUPPLEMENT: Rage against capitalism
> YOUTH UPRISING SUPPLEMENT: Revolt is an example to emulate
> Nato’s war crimes in Libya
> Nemesis descends on the Murdoch empire
> Editorial: Lessons of the Norwegian tragedy
> On the question of communist unity
> Cuts and lay-offs as the crisis rolls on
> Wen Jiabao’s visit to Britain
> Industry matters: Combat Labour influence in the union movement and follow the Greek example
> Thai voters again rebuff military and elite
> Palestine: imperialist moves to bolster faltering zionist state
> Tunis, Cairo: the revolution is just beginning
> Letter: Syria coverage and US accusations of internet spying in China
> Anniversary greetings from Korean party
> China’s communists celebrate 90 years
> South Sudanese state is born
> ‘Greek crisis’: a crisis of world imperialism
> Benigno Aquino III bound to be swept away by the Filipino people in coming years

Proletarian, issue 42

June 2011 (Issue 42)

> The true face of ‘humanitarian intervention’ in Libya
> Osama assassinated, but war continues
> Editorial: Palestine at heart of ‘Arab spring’
> The battle of Stokes Croft
> Loyalist bigots target Celtic manager
> Recent developments show economic crisis is deepening
> Palestine: unity is strength
> Goldstone backs down under pressure
> Defend Syria against imperialist aggression
> Worsening economic crisis sees violent repression escalate
> Death of reggae star Smiley Culture
> Industry matters: After the 26 March demo
> Book: Striking a Light, the Bryant and May Matchwomen
> Mumia’s death sentence overturned
> Leaks reveal more uncomfortable Guantánamo truths
> Bursaries established to help Palestinians study in Bristol
> Veteran leaders call for peace in Korea

Proletarian, issue 41

April 2011 (Issue 41)

> Hands off Libya!
> Capitalist system adds to misery of natural disaster in Japan
> Bahrain: Saudi mercenaries cannot stop the revolution
> Editorial: Marching against the cuts is just the beginning
> Industry matters: How the TUC 'leads' the proletariat - by the nose
> Immigration: the colour of money
> Crisis is bringing Britain to its knees as an imperial power
> In defence of multiculturalism
> Ireland’s new anti-people government
> TV: The Promise
> What is the PSC executive afraid of?
> Wisconsin workers give class lead in USA
> Ecuador: landmark victory over oil barons
> Seminar in Mexico reflects class struggle in Latin America
> Yemen: President Saleh shoots down his own people

Proletarian, issue 40

Februrary 2011 (Issue 40)

> Intifada in Tunisia
> One hundred years of International Women’s Day
> Savage cuts in progress
> Editorial: The Palestine papers
> World’s youth come together in South Africa
> Women's Day special: Made in Dagenham film review
> Industry matters: Build the shop stewards’ network
> Haiti still suffering under military occupation
> Belarusian presidential elections
> DPRK launches new-year peace offensive
> China’s improved defences
> Ivory Coast fights back
> Fuel poverty on the rise as poverty bites
> Gaza’s people at risk of genetic mutation
> Spanish communists persecuted in Barcelona
> Capitalism kills people in Britain, too
> Our revolutionary tasks at the present time

Proletarian, issue 39

December 2010 (Issue 39)

> Students lead the way with Millbank occupation
> KOREA Analysis: US and south Korean provocations heighten war danger
> Editorial: It’s the overproduction crisis, stupid
> Class war rising in France
> WikiLeaks strikes blow for truth on Iraq
> Industry matters: The cuts
> Letter: Why I’ve left Bectu to join the NUJ after seven years as a rep
> Stop the War conference votes for non-cooperation programme
> KOREA: Eye witness to socialism in Korea
> KOREA: Health care in north Korea
> KOREA: DPRK delegation report
> Syrian communists uphold the banner of Leninism in the Middle East
> Packed meeting marks October anniversary
> End of ‘right to buy’ in Scotland
> Letter: From an Australian comrade
> Film: Age of Extremes
> Ireland: the second European domino to fall
> Letters: Blood red remembrance poppies

Proletarian, issue 38

October 2010 (Issue 38)

> What will a real fight back look like?
> Palestine: one-state ‘solution’ the only possibility remaining
> Iraq’s ‘New Dawn’ hails new humiliations for US imperialism
> Editorial: Forget 'Red Ed'; take the fight to capitalism
> Venezuela: election endorses revolution
> Obituary: Lolita Lebron
> On the controversy over the Ground Zero 'mosque'
> Victory to the garment workers of Bangladesh!
> Drowning Pakistan
> Eye-witness to socialism in Korea
> BBC’s Panorama defends Israel’s flotilla massacre
> Victory to the Somali resistance!
> Forest fires in Russia
> Opposing the ‘liberation’ of the NHS
> BBC pensions battle concerns us all
> Cuts presage fast growing homelessness among the poor
> Theory: Mao’s ‘On practice’
> Beyond Hiroshima: the non-reporting of Fallujah’s cancer catastrophe
> Anti-war update: Iraq war ‘achievements’; Bradley Manning charged with Iraq leaks

Proletarian, issue 37

August 2010 (Issue 37)

> No justice for the Gaza protestors
> Afghanistan: wheels coming off Nato’s war machine
> Editorial: WikiLeaks and the Afghan war
> EDO decommissioners' victory: resisting war crimes is not a crime
> Film: South of the Border
> Industry matters: BA strikes, BBC pensions
> Poem: Impartiality
> No return to business as usual for an increasingly isolated zionist state
> Anti-war update: Glenton, Chilcot, Tomlinson
> US moves to threaten China as Cheonan farce collapses at UN
> Future generations must not pay for this capitalist crisis
> G20 protest: capitalism bares its teeth
> CPGB-ML holds successful congress
> The Saville report is a victory for the Irish people, and one more small step on the road to a united Ireland
> Congress motions 1: the way forward for our party during the economic crisis
> Congress motions 2: our international solidarity tasks

Proletarian, issue 36

June 2010 (Issue 36)

> Long live the martyrs of the Gaza Freedom Flotilla!
> Hands off Korea! The sinking of the Cheonan
> Editorial: Israel and apartheid: partners in nuclear terrorism
> Anti-war update: Joe Glenton, Guantanamo, torture
> Industry matters: International solidarity in Visteon and Rio Tinto disputes
> £20bn to be cut from the NHS annual budget
> Greece: capitalism on the back foot
> Victory for Sudanese president is slap in the face of imperialism
> From Blair Peach to Ian Tomlinson, the state continues to get away with murder
> US retains first-strike nuclear threat
> Guerrilla war looms in Thailand
> After the election: dangers and opportunities ahead
> Book: This Time We Went Too Far - Truth and Consequences of the Gaza Invasion

Proletarian, issue 35

April 2010 (Issue 35)

> Don’t vote Labour!
> Joe Glenton: sentenced for refusing war crimes
> Editorial: The phoney budget
> Afghanistan: Operation Moshtarak
> Iraq: the struggle continues
> Zionist hit squad exposed
> Marx honoured in graveside ceremony
> Communist seminar in Mexico City
> Defend our NHS; save the Whittington A&E
> Defend public services: fight capitalism!
> The financial crisis and how it affects women
> Industry matters: Turkey; Greece; BA strikes; rail strikes; Cadburys; Hicks campaign
> Icelandic people reject debt slavery
> Theatre: Billy Elliot The Musical
> The Malvinas affair
> Red Youth Statement of Aims
> American trespasser interviewed in north Korea

Proletarian, issue 34

Februrary 2010 (Issue 34)

> Haiti: solidarity yes; occupation no!
> Viva Palestina 3 – zionists nil
> Editorial: Extremes of rich and poor in capitalist Britain
> Capitalists fail to tackle climate change at Copenhagen
> Obama and Brown: warmongers
> Tehran does not flinch
> Czech communists under threat
> Bring the war criminals to justice!
> Jack Shapiro lives forever in our hearts!
> Poem: Comrade Jack
> Jack speaks out against Israeli zionism
> New evidence of Korean War atrocities
> Korea calls to boost living standards and raise prestige of socialism
> Letter: Whose fault is the exchange of fire?
> Industry matters: BA - the strike that never happened
> Internet: new shot in the arm for US hegemony
> Film: Avatar
> Book: Dark Heart
> Remembering two comrades
> International friendship dinner
> Red Salute to Comrade Jyoti Basu
> ­The US-backed bombing of Yemen

Proletarian, issue 33

December 2009 (Issue 33)

> Free Joe Glenton! Jail the warmongers!
> Afghanistan: occupation not corruption is the real problem
> Editorial: This system is bankrupt
> More walls must fall
> ­The Andolan in Kathmandu and the revolution to follow
> Iraq: job done?
> Iran: US imperialism drops another rock on its feet
> The Vestas campaign
> Industry matters: Postal strikes suspended; deepening repression
> Labour racism is no answer to the BNP
> Play: The Power of Yes
> Brazilian communist party celebrates its 12th congress
> October Revolution: beacon lighting the way forward for all humanity
> Police are watching you!
> Letter: Tristram Hunt’s anti-communism (web only)
> Conditions of the working class: The elderly in care
> Support the December Viva Palestina convoy to Gaza!
> The Palestinian cause advances (web only)
> People first, not profit. Also in Europe! (web only)

Proletarian, issue 32

October 2009 (Issue 32)

> New China celebrates 60 years
> Afghanistan: the days of colonial occupation are numbered
> Editorial: Britain and France collude in Calais brutality
> Can the Green movement become a socialist movement?
> Capitalism fails Britain’s youth
> CPGB-ML greets China’s communists on anniversary
> Marx and Engels foresaw victory of Chinese revolution
> Industry matters: Capitalist assault upon the working class
> Juan Almeida Bosque, hero of the Cuban revolution
> Megrahi released in deal for oil
> My flower to Bush the occupier: the story of my shoe
> US health reform stifled by the Furies of Private Interest
> World War II: Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact
> Book: The Frock-Coated Communist, the Revolutionary Life of Friedrich Engels by Tristram Hunt *
> Iran weathers new provocations
> Education update: The recession hits public education

Proletarian, issue 31

August 2009 (Issue 31)

> Workers occupy Vestas as economic crisis deepens
> The Iranian election
> Editorial: Why we must support the Afghan resistance
> Industry matters: A "whiff of the 70s”?
> Migrant cleaners fight state repression
> Building Britain’s future? Decent homes for all!
> Disability benefits under attack
> Where is the Spirit of Humanity?
> No Balkanisation of China
> Viva Palestina US convoy makes it into Gaza
> Free Gaza boat hijacked by Israeli navy
> British imperialism sinking deeper into Afghan quagmire
> UK soldier to Gordon Brown: why I won’t return to Afghanistan
> UVF decommissioning
> The German Nazis committed the Katyn massacre
> Building support for Irish unity and self-determination
> Honduran masses resist fascist coup and support President Zelaya
> Say no to Islamophobia
> Oppose army recruitment for imperialist wars
> Letter: The real nature of zionism

Proletarian, issue 30

June 2009 (Issue 30)

> Economic commentators fiddling while Rome burns
> DPRK stands up to imperialist bullying
> Editorial: MPs’ expenses scandal reveals parasitic nature of the bourgeois parliament
> Swine flu: a product of capitalist piggery and greed
> Education update: Creationism on the rise
> The tasks facing our movement
> Racist countries attempt to sabotage anti-racist conference
> In memory of Comrade Helena Stevens
> Latin America defends Cuba and boosts socialist alternative
> South African masses foil imperialist attempt to split ANC
> Tiananmen anniversary
> Iraq: when is a withdrawal not a withdrawal?
> Pakistan and the US ‘war on terror’
> Pakistani students to be deported despite being found innocent of terror charges
> Anti-war movement calls for non-cooperation with war crimes
> Industry matters: "Political parties of the workplace"
> Brutal policing of G20 summit

Proletarian, issue 29

April 2009 (Issue 29)

> European ‘tiger’ economies collapsing
> History: The 1984/85 miners’ strike
> ‘Credit crunch’ or capitalist crisis?
> Editorial: Israel more isolated than ever as war crimes evidence mounts
> US fighting to stay on top
> The way forward for Pakistan
> Industry matters: Royal Mail; General Motors; Waterford
> Students in support of Gaza
> Taking a stand for Palestine – there is no alternative!
> Britain’s role in rendition
> The Stanford affair and Antigua
> Theory: Mao’s ‘On contradiction’
> Education update: Shifting the blame onto parents; Cambridge report issues devastating criticism
> EDO (ITT) arms manufacturer decommissioned for a day
> Resisting rationalisation on the railways (web only)
> Book: Imperialism and War

Proletarian, issue 28

February 2009 (Issue 28)

> Israel fails to crush Gaza
> The economic crisis deepens
> Editorial: the fight back begins
> Jean Charles de Menezes
> PFLP leader Ahmed Sa’adat sentenced to 30 years in prison
> Gaza demos: police step up repression against protestors
> CPGB-ML meeting against the zionist attack on Gaza
> Iraq: will Obama’s ‘change’ be more of the same?
> Greek party to debate reasons for the collapse of socialism in the USSR
> New revelations highlight imperialist atrocities against the Korean people
> DPRK sets economic and military priorities for 2009
> Cuba shows lowest ever infant mortality rate
> Industry matters: no capitalist ‘solution’ for capitalist crisis
> New Year social: report, photos and video
> Education update: scholasticide in Gaza
> Remembering departed comrades
> Europe shivers in gas war

Proletarian, issue 27

December 2008 (Issue 27)

> Cuba special: 50 years of revolution
> Economic crisis: no escape under capitalism
> Obama’s victory and its significance
> Editorial: Mumbai terror attacks
> Industry matters: chickens home to roost
> Education update: segregated schools, SATs scrapped for 14-year-olds
> Uphold the banner of October!
> CPGB-ML meets Vietnamese Party delegation
> Thieves fall out: crisis exacerbates inter-imperialist contradictions
> Celebrating the 100th birthday of Enver Hoxha
> Theory: the dictatorship of the proletariat
> Book: Strange Liberators
> Letter: Fight for communism
> Congo: still struggling for independence

Proletarian, issue 26

October 2008 (Issue 26)

> Financial hurricane leaves Ike in the shade
> Use the power: stop the war
> Editorial: China explores space while the capitalist world economy crumbles
> Prachanda becomes first prime minister of Nepali republic
> Gaza: break the siege, oppose the occupation
> China’s Olympic triumph
> Bolivian people fight to defend their gains
> CPGB-ML builds solidarity with Miami Five
> Education update: SATs fiasco, tests for under 5s, university privatisation
> Conditions for the working class in 21st century Britain: Health
> 40th Anniversary of Olympic ‘Black Power’ Salute
> Olmert admits: ‘Israel must withdraw’
> Film: Sicko
> Fred Hampton, 1948-1969
> 60th anniversary of the founding of the DPRK
> Obituary: Harkishan Singh Surjeet
> Industry matters: Scottish strikes, Coventry farce, Tube cleaners' victory
> Letter: Centenary of the state pension
> Global consequences of failed Ossetian invasion

Proletarian, issue 25

August 2008 (Issue 25)

> CPGB-ML congress calls for an end to immigration control
> Spirited rally launches Hands off China campaign
> Hands off China
> Food crisis: writing on the wall for Imperialism
> CPC expresses thanks for earthquake condolences
> Mongolia frustrates imperialist-backed regime change
> Labour threatens a new colonial war
> CPGB-ML congress marks political and organisational advance
> CPGB-ML party congress expresses solidarity with people in struggle and makes plans for future work (full text of congress resolutions)
> EU immigration law
> Labour’s meltdown and the crisis of revisionism
> STOP PRESS: Glasgow workers reject Labour
> Raking over the coals of the SLP
> Adams launches latest stage of Irish reunification campaign
> NHS: Labour sharpens the privatisation knife
> Education update: The ‘national challenge’, WMD schools and Uni fees to double
> Resistance 2008: international youth festival in Athens
> Black propaganda: imperialist lies about Zimbabwe

Proletarian, issue 24

June 2008 (Issue 24)

> Welcome the Republic of Nepal!
> China resolute in face of earthquake disaster
> Editorial: Crisis of revisionism
> Industry matters: Continuing public-sector skirmishes, May Day and fake internationalism
> Dirty tricks at Bectu conference over anti-Labour motion
> Feed the world? Overthrow imperialism
> Zimbabwe election update
> Resistance in Somalia gaining strength
> Opposition desperate to weaken MAS advances in Bolivia
> ‘Land of the free’ is a prison of nations
> Mumia Abu Jamal
> Burma: imperialists exploit natural disaster to promote regime change
> CPGB-ML pays tribute to earthquake victims
> Obituary: Brian Keenan
> The matchgirls’ strike of 1888
> Report: International communist seminar in Brussels
> 35th anniversary celebration of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines
> Education update: Social measures to be added to Ofsted rating
> On the local government elections
> The truth about Labour: war crimes, pay cuts and privatisation
> CPGB-ML urges international seminar to remain vigilant as class struggle intensifies

Proletarian, issue 23

April 2008 (Issue 23)

> Stop the War Coalition retracts reactionary Tibet statements
> Hands off Zimbabwe!
> Economic crisis: the dance of death
> Editorial: Tibet
> Israel threatens ‘holocaust’ in Gaza
> Cyprus elects communist president
> Pakistan’s election and its likely consequences
> Industry matters: the deepening crisis
> Solidarity meeting supports Korean revolution
> Colombian people’s army fights on despite setbacks
> Long live Fidel Castro!
> Privatisation and fragmentation of the NHS has resulted in a debt that we continue to service
> Letter: Philip Lawrence was no saint
> Letter: Reply to Finsbury Communist
> Letter: Communist Party membership
> Education update: school and university teachers to strike
> Kosovo: declaration of a Nato state

Proletarian, issue 22

February 2008 (Issue 22)

> Benazir Bhutto’s assassination and its ramifications
> Industry matters: economic troubles
> Editorial: Global stock market crash
> Is the US really ‘turning the corner’ in Iraq?
> End the siege of Gaza
> Nepali parliament votes for republic
> Taiwan voters strike blow for reunification
> Korea resists imperialist blackmail
> Korea puts forward its fighting tasks
> Forward march of The Philippines’ people’s war
> Education update: widening gap between rich and poor
> Film: Taking Liberties
> Film: The Kite Runner
> Stand united against intimidation
> Report: New Year social
> Letter: Immigration policy fuels racism and keeps workers divided
> Use the present lull to prepare for future storms
> Bali: no comfort for imperialism
> Kenya: a crisis of neo-colonialism
> Japanese Star Wars test

Proletarian, issue 21

December 2007 (Issue 21)

> Palestine: the farce of Annapolis
> Narrow defeat for Chávez’s new constitution
> Pakistan: military dictatorship on the way out
> Editorial: Defend the Hungarian communists
> Update from the Nepalese revolution
> October Revolution celebrated
> Book: The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine
> Poem: The Sword
> Letter: Boycott US goods
> Let us learn to be more like Che
> Cadbury’s closure
> Industry matters: demolition of Royal Mail
> On the seventeenth national congress of the Communist Party of China
> CPGB-ML greets Chinese party congress
> China launches moon exploration rocket launch
> Korea: new north-south declaration

Proletarian, issue 20

October 2007 (Issue 20)

> US banging the drums of war against Iran
> Northern Rock a casualty of capitalist madness
> Editorial: No to imperialist interference in Iran
> Comment: Learco Chindamo
> Iraq: US troop ‘surge’ a total failure
> Slave labour used to build new fortress in Baghdad
> Education update: Workfare, fingerprinting and PFI profiteering
> Industry matters: Winter of discontent?
> More British war crimes at Porton Down
> Communist Party of Greece achieves successes in elections
> Nepalese revolution faces fresh challenges
> Belarus struggles to defend workers’ interests
> CPGB-ML honours Comrade Jack Shapiro
> CPGB-ML celebrates birth anniversary of Bhagat Singh
> Bhagat Singh inspired by Irish freedom struggle
> Building a revolutionary party – the Korean experience
> Art exhibition marks Korean party anniversary
> Poem: I Wonder If Those Days Are Coming Back
> Theory: Capitalism and crisis
> Support the postal workers’ strike and condemn the sabotage of Royal Mail
> Jose Maria Sison is released, but the struggle for his rights still needs support

Proletarian, issue 19

August 2007 (Issue 19)

> Judgment of European Court is a victory for the cause of justice (web only)
> Gordon Brown – Tweedledee’s turn
> Israel stares into the abyss
> Venezuela: progress report
> Editorial: Time running out for imperialism
> DPRK faces down imperialism at six-party talks
> Industry matters: Shop Stewards’ Network
> Free speech under serious threat
> Support the postal workers
> Iraq and Afghanistan: the temperature for imperialism reaching boiling point
> Book: Imperialism, the Eve of the Social Revolution of the Proletariat
> Ireland roundup
> ‘Reconciliation’ conference unlikely to secure imperialist interests in Somalia
> In Memory of Comrade Pat Coulton - a lifelong communist
> Spanish shipbuilders’ struggle

Proletarian, issue 18

June 2007 (Issue 18)

> Support the Palestinian unity government
> Iraq: history renders its verdict
> Editorial: more imperialist meddling in Lebanon
> Elections 2007
> Tanzania’s water scandal
> Imperialist-inspired bloodbath in Somalia
> African countries support Zimbabwe
> Czech people oppose US’s missile plans
> Eastern Europe round-up
> Sarkozy wins French election
> Venezuela: oil nationalisation project completed
> Why the Virginia Tech shootings happened
> Industry matters: Labour leadership debacle
> CPGB-ML signs up to Pyongyang Declaration
> ‘Victories and defeats’ in the motor industry
> Sign of the times: Bectu dumbs down its defence of the indefensible
> Anti-Musharraf riots in Pakistan
> India celebrates 150 years since First War of Independence
> Afghanistan: resistance to occupation gains strength
> Roisin McAliskey persecuted again
> Historic moments for Ireland thanks to the skill and tenacity of Sinn Féin
> Elections in Nigeria

Proletarian, issue 17

April 2007 (Issue 17)

> Hands off Iran
> Editorial: Latest research puts Iraqi death toll at one million
> Industry matters: Airbus, Norgren, Corus cuts
> Defend Zimbabwe
> Nepalese comrade speaks in London
> Condemn US-Ethiopian aggression against Somalia
> Bird flu: spread by capitalist greed
> Slave trade abolition bicentennial: an exercise in whitewashing
> Jack Gaster, 1907-2007
> Book: Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
> Poem: England Arise
> Paisleyites outmanoeuvred as ‘devolution’ returns to the six counties

Proletarian, issue 16

February 2007 (Issue 16)

> Eye-witness to socialism: school education in Cuba
> Chávez victory paves the way for fresh progress
> Editorial: Jade Goody is a product of capitalist society
> The Miami Five: defiant victims of US injustice
> Stop the War Coalition cowardice as Iraq war anniversary approaches
> Saddam Hussein: martyr of the Iraqi resistance
> Condemn US-Ethiopian aggression against Somalia
> Theory: Imperialism in the Middle East
> China: new legislation not to the liking of western corporations
> Workers’ rights and bourgeois law
> Chinese space missile challenges US space supremacy
> Industry matters: Strike in the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS)
> Obituary: Michael Balchin
> Letter: Arthur Scargill and council housing
> Sinn Fein membership approves moves on policing

Proletarian, issue 15

December 2006 (Issue 15)

> Iraq: imperialism heading for a crushing defeat
> McDonnell’s Labour leadership bid
> Editorial: it is the people who are really powerful
> Mid-term elections USA
> Housing: the glamour of wealth disguises its crime
> Industry matters: trade-union militancy on the rise?
> Slanders against Zimbabwe in the press
> Eye witness to socialism: report from Korea
> Prague Conference against Anti-Communism
> Theory: The October Revolution
> Film: Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for …
> Upsurge of anti-imperialist nationalism in Latin America continues
> Nepal: people's war victorious
> Slanders against Zimbabwe in the press (web only)

Proletarian, issue 14

October 2006 (Issue 14)

> In place of security, the loss of civil liberties
> Iraq and Afghanistan: imperialism advances deeper into the quagmire
> Editorial: British foreign policy and the veil
> It’s more than Blair that has to go!
> Ye Squaddies of Olde Englande
> Closure of Ryton – organise to attack
> Poem: Of Mine and Me
> Industry matters: Closure of LG Electronics in Newport
> 30 years since the Grunwick strike
> CPGB-ML delegation to Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
> Lebanon: with the victory of Hizbollah a terrible beauty is born
> Book: Searching For Everardo: A Story of Love, War and the CIA in Guatemala
> Letter: Capitalism is bad for workers’ health
> Cuban socialism standing firm
> Gate Gourmet – workers’ courage and so-called leaders’ treachery (web only)
> Spain: dismembering history (web only)

Proletarian, issue 13

August 2006 (Issue 13)

> Victory to the resistance in Palestine and Lebanon!
> Forest Gate: botched ‘terror raid’ claims more innocent victims
> Editorial: World Cup fever
> Iraq: occupation becoming increasingly desperate
> Dunlop falls prey to imperialist depredations
> End in sight for National Health Service
> Support the just stance of the DPRK
> Strive for unity between the anti-war movement in Britain and the resistance forces in Iraq
> Industry matters: Report to second party congress
> Darfur: oil and hypocrisy
> Life in Iraq, before and after invasion (web only)

Proletarian, issue 12

June 2006 (Issue 12)

> Iran bourse and the fall of the greenback
> Editorial: Lessons of the British General Strike
> Labour's routing in the 4 May council elections
> Race hate attacks on the rise in Russia
> Bolivia moves towards energy nationalisation
> Montenegro's independence ‘vote’ is foul play
> Iraq: resistance giving a bloody nose to Anglo-American imperialism
> Collective punishment will not crush the Palestinian resistance
> Report: May Day in London 2006
> History: Bobby Sands, Irish liberation hero
> Immigration clampdown by US ruling class
> Political calendar
> Royal Mail sets collision course with postal workers’ union
> Industry matters: railway pensions dispute
> Victorious gains of the Nepalese revolution
> History: The British General Strike
> The May Day march

Proletarian, issue 11

April 2006 (Issue 11)

> Education for sale
> Kadima wins shallow victory in Israeli elections
> Anglo-American imperialism caught between a rock and a hard place in Iraq
> Editorial: Latest attempt to rewrite the Good Friday Agreement
> Genocide and WMD in Iraq
> Milosevic murdered at the Hague
> Cartoon wars
> Eyewitness report from Belarus
> Birth of Kim Il Sung
> Guantanamo abuses continue
> The housing hydra
> Poem: Comrade Bhagat Singh and Comrade Udham Singh
> History: Bhagat Singh, revolutionary martyr
> Industry matters
> Gate Gourmet workers bravely fight on
> Work Your Proper Hours Day
> Letter: Expose the sham of social democracy
> Letter: Iranian bus workers and the British unions
> Theory: The dictatorship of the proletariat
> Theory: Letter to a comrade overcome by pessimism
> Repression at home: freedom of speech next?
> International Women’s Day, 8 March
> Arsenal signs deal with Israel

Proletarian, issue 10

February 2006 (Issue 10)

> EU prepares for crackdown on communism
> Landslide victory for Hamas in PA election
> WTO meeting: a raw deal for poor countries
> Editorial: ‘State of the Union’ address reflects imperialist demoralisation
> EU anticommunism: equating the victims with the aggressors, the heroes with the criminals
> Butcher of Sabra and Shatila on his deathbed
> Rigged elections and trials in Iraq can only strengthen the resistance
> Guantanamo –a focus on imperialist brutality
> Peace conference organisers get more than they bargained for
> Unions’ response to pension crisis
> Railway privatisation – an insider’s view
> Industry matters: Fabian dreams
> Letter: No amount of welfare can fix the problems capitalism creates
> Letter: No limits on solidarity
> DPRK: New Year editorial
> The great pensions robbery
> Ireland: Top tout out

Proletarian, issue 9

December 2005 (Issue 9)

> France: riots point to burgeoning unrest in imperialist heartlands
> US defeat at Americas summit
> Editorial
> A sick system: children’s mental illness on the rise in Britain
> Iraq: resistance unbowed
> No to imperialist intervention in Iran
> Channel 4 Dispatches: the case against North Korea does not stand up
> Film: The Constant Gardener
> Film: The Rising - Ballad of Mangal Panday
> Industry matters: Workers’ rights
> Report: October Revolution celebration
> Niger: famine in the midst of plenty

Proletarian, issue 8

October 2005 (Issue 8)

> Hurricane Katrina: an object lesson in imperialist logic and humanity
> Iraq: imperialism exposed
> Editorial: British agents exposed; DPRK nuclear talks; Gate Gourmet settlement; London anti-war march
> The housing problem
> Famine in Niger
> 60 years of Korean socialism
> Palestine: Gaza withdrawal brings fresh challenges
> Education update
> Asylum seekers: bogus scapegoats of a failed system
> Industry matters
> Cheap and dirty: pet
> 16th World Festival of Youth and Students, Venezuela, August 2005
> Letter: Unite against fascism
> IRA disarms as loyalists fight British state on its behalf
> Karl Marx? Been there, done that, got the t-shirt

Proletarian, issue 7

August 2005 (Issue 7)

> London bombings
> Repression: Further moves towards a police state
> Editorial: Imperialism in crisis
> Iraq: an unwinnable war
> AFRICA: Chimurenga! The liberation struggle in Zimbabwe
> AFRICA Culture: The Poisonwood Bible
> Incapacity benefit under attack
> Industry matters: 2005 Trade Union conferences 'round up'
> Theory: Lenin on party building
> Report: CPGB-ML second party congress
> Report: Korea meeting
> AFRICA Analysis: Africans need true independence not imperialist 'charity'

Proletarian, issue 6

June 2005 (Issue 6)

> Iraqi patriotic forces keep imperialism pinned down
> Election analysis: social democracy exposed
> Editorial: Growing unrest in the imperialist heartlands
> Industry matters: Corporate manslaughter
> Power grows out of the barrel of a gun
> The European Constitution
> Nepal - People's war goes from strength to strength.
> Rover collapse: another lesson about the nature of capitalism
> Working conditions at Peugeot
> Analysis: The Green Party
> Poem: What peace is there?
> Report: International communist seminar in Brussels
> Report: Sun’s Day celebration at Saklatvala Hall
> Greetings to the heroic Vietnamese liberation forces, 30 years on

Proletarian, issue 5

April 2005 (Issue 5)

> Victory to the Iraqi resistance!
> A vote for Labour or Tory is a vote for racism and internal suppression at home and endless war abroad
> Editorial: Election fever
> Down with US meddling in the affairs of Syria and Lebanon!
> Palestine negotiations take cautious steps forward
> Report of the Stop the War Coalition conference
> Save humanity: the ticking time bomb of climate change
> 'Communists' do the Labour Party's bidding yet again
> Film: Control Room
> Industry matters: Labour attack public sector pension schemes
> An island built on coal … wasted
> Report: Public meeting in support of Zimbabwe
> Celebration of Korean Spring Holiday
> Letters: fascism on the rise
> Letters: Band Aid and the miners' strike
> Ireland: The demonisation of republicans escalates
> Still no justice for Agent Orange victims
> Meddlers not wanted in Iraq
> IRA Easter message
> Martin McGuinness address at Sinn Fein conference
> Book: The Communist Party of France - Manifesto, with an introduction by Harry Pollitt

Proletarian, issue 4

February 2005 (Issue 4)

> Thirty liberated cities: The truth about the Iraqi resistance
> Iraqi resistance statement - video and text
> The Indian Ocean tsunami: a natural disaster?
> Guanatanamo Bay: US has feet of clay
> Editorial: Harry and the Nazis
> Defend socialist Cuba!
> Conscientious objector: ‘On behalf of those who are still quiet’
> Israeli land grab
> Palestine election: Abbas stands firm
> Israeli banks hush up holocaust cash scandal
> Congo: the struggle continues
> Culture: False consciousness needs false controversies
> Theory: Lenin's What Is To Be Done?
> Industry matters: Government backs down on corporate manslaughter law
> Report: Swedish KPMLr congress
> Letter: Defend Zimbabwe
> Letter: Support the Iraqi national resistance!
> ‘IRA’ bank raid: Hugh do you think you’re kidding?

Proletarian, issue 3

December 2004 (Issue 3)

> Fallujah: a nail in the coffin of the occupation
> Editorial: Imperialist agenda in Ukraine
> Education: Geography an indicator of decay
> A decent pension is a right for all
> Industry matters: Trade unionism and opportunist social chauvinism
> Trade union wolves in sheep’s clothing
> Environment: Kyoto finally brought into effect
> Industrial: Construction trouble - CIS vs PAYE?
> Culture: The art of mobilising the masses
> Band Aid: Feed the world? Just stop robbing the world
> Report: Solidarity with ZANU-PF, champions of African independence
> Statement: We salute Arafat’s life, we mourn his death
> Hands off Cuba! End the occupation of Guantanamo Bay
> US elections: a terrible loss?
> Colombia: Just say No to imperialism!
> Salute to Lalkar
> Theory: The need for conscious party discipline
> Jaguar closure: livelihoods destroyed in the interests of profit

Proletarian, issue 2

October 2004 (Issue 2)

> Iraq: resistance gains unstoppable momentum
> Editorial: Crocodile tears for Ken Bigley
> Why do we need a new party?
> Industry matters: A radical third term for Labour?
> Break the link with Labour
> Return of the new Iskra
> Mark Thatcher: oil snatcher!
> Massive gains for people's war in Nepal
> Venezuela - part of the Latin American struggle to break the imperialist stranglehold
> Theory: The three contradictions of imperialism
> Ireland in the spotlight
> Film: The Motorcycle Diaries

Proletarian, issue 1

August 2004 (Issue 1)

> Iraq: the occupation continues
> Editorial: A new party
> Formation of the CPGB-ML
> An exposure of the shameful, unconstitutional and anti-communist behaviour of Arthur Scargill and his flunkeys
> Labour calls coppers on housing protesters
> 'Reclaiming' Labour
> CPGB-ML founding conference
> Theory: The crisis of overproduction and the price of oil
> Zionism plunges to new depths, but Palestinian resistance refuses to be quashed
> Film: Fahrenheit 9/11
> Darfur: The scramble for Africa’s oil

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