The materials in this guide will give you a broad understanding of Marxist politics, philosophy, and economics. They will also help you to start learning how to apply Marxist science to the problems workers face in Britain today. They cannot be exhaustive, and should not be considered the end, but only the beginning of your education.

“Without a revolutionary theory, there can be no revolutionary movement.”

– VI Lenin, What Is To Be Done?


Being a party member

Building the party

Representing the party

Promoting the party using social media

Spirit in work

The foolish old man who removed the mountains by Mao Zedong, 1945

Combat liberalism by Mao Zedong, 1937

The revolutionary organisation, democratic centralism, mass work what does real unity look like?

The History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolshevik), 1938

VI Lenin, What Is To Be Done?, 1901

VI Lenin, One Step Forward, Two Steps Back, 1904

K Marx, Critique of the Gotha Programme, 1875

Formation of the CPGB-ML

Red Youth: We Want Freedom!

Party programme

A new party, Proletarian, August 2004

Formation of the CPGB-ML, Proletarian, August 2004

Video: New Year’s message – another world is possible! (speech by H Brar)

More about the party and its programme


  1. Foundations: our beliefs and values outlined
  2. What Is The Dictatorship Of The Proletariat?
  3. Marxist Philosophy
  4. Marxist Economics
  5. Organisation (This Section)
  6. History: world wars, revolutions and national-liberation struggles
  7. Roots of socialism
  8. On Britain
  9. Bourgeois trends in the working-class movement