List of left-wing publications in the United Kingdom

List of left-wing publications in the United Kingdom

This is a list of left-wing publications published regularly in the United Kingdom. It includes newspapers, magazines and journals.

Current publications

Daily

*"The Morning Star" - now connected to the Communist Party of Britain, formerly the "Daily Worker".
*"News Line" - from the Workers Revolutionary Party.

Weekly

*"New Statesman" - independent
*"The New Worker" - from the New Communist Party.
*"The Socialist" - from the Socialist Party of England and Wales.
*"Socialist Worker" - from the Socialist Workers Party.
*"Tribune" - Labour movement newspaper, with Labour Party connections
*"The Weekly Worker" - published by the Communist Party of Great Britain (PCC).
*"Workers' Weekly" - from the Revolutionary Communist Party of Britain (Marxist-Leninist).

Fortnightly

*"Freedom" - from Freedom Press.
*"Scottish Socialist Voice" - from the Scottish Socialist Party.
*"Solidarity" - from the Alliance for Workers' Liberty.

Monthly

*"The Catalyst" - from the Solidarity Federation.
*"Fight Racism, Fight Imperialism" - from the Revolutionary Communist Group.
*"Labour Left Briefing" - produced by Labour Party members.
*"New Internationalist" - independent
*"Resistance" - from the Anarchist Federation.
*"Socialist Appeal" - from Socialist Appeal.
*"Socialist Campaign Group News" - connected with the Socialist Campaign Group of the Labour Party.
*"Socialist Review" - from the Socialist Workers Party.
*"Socialist Standard" - from the Socialist Party of Great Britain.
*"Socialism Today" - from the Socialist Party of England and Wales.
*"Workers Power" - from Workers' Power.
*"Gagged!" - from the South Wales Anarchists.

Bi-monthly

*"Chartist" - connected to the Labour Party.
*"Class Struggle" - from Workers Fight.
*"Lalkar" - formerly the journal of the Indian Workers' Association, now independent, but sympathetic to the CPGB(ML).
*"New Left Review" - independent
*"The Proletarian" - from the Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist).
*"Red Pepper" - independent, appeared monthly from 1994, relaunched as a bi-monthly in 2007
*"Scottish Left Review" - independent
*"Socialist News" - from the Socialist Labour Party .
*"Socialist Resistance" - from the International Socialist Group and Socialist Solidarity Network.

Quarterly

*"Communist Review" - from the Communist Party of Britain.
*"Direct Action" - from the Solidarity Federation.
*"International Communist Forum" - from Workers Fight.
*"International Socialism" - from the Socialist Workers Party.
*"Revolutionary Perspectives" - from the Communist Workers Organisation.
*"Socialist Studies" - from Socialist Studies.
*"Socialist Studies" - from the United Socialist Party
*"Socialist Youth" Magazine of International Socialist Resistance (socialist youth organisation ISR)
*"Workers Hammer" - from the Spartacist League.

Less frequent publications

*"Capital & Class" - from the Conference of Socialist Economists (three times a year).
*"Critique (Journal of Socialist Theory)" - independent (three times a year).
*"Emancipation and Liberation" - from the Republican Communist Network (three times a year).
*"Frontline" - associated with the Scottish Socialist Party (three times a year).
*"Revolutionary History" - independent (twice a year).
*"World Revolution" - from World Revolution (three times a year).
*"Workers Action" - independent (twice a year).

Unknown or irregular frequency

*"Challenge" - from the Young Communist League.
*"Economic and Philosophic Science Review" - formerly the journal of the International Leninist Workers Party, now independent.
*"Fightback" - from Communist Forum.
*"Organise!" - from the Anarchist Federation.
*"Red Flag" - from the Revolutionary Workers Party (Trotskyist).
*"Socialist Action" - from Socialist Action.
*"Workers" - from the Communist Party of Britain (Marxist-Leninist).
*"Bread & Roses" - from the Industrial Workers of the World (Wobblies)
*"Student Socialist" - from Socialist Students

Defunct

Daily

*"Daily Citizen" -
*"Daily Herald" - from the Trades Union Congress (1912-64).

Weekly

*"The Bee-Hive" - initially from the London Trades Council, then independent (1861-72).
*"Clarion" - independent (1891-1931).
*"Justice" - from the Social Democratic Federation, British Socialist Party and then National Socialist Party (1884-1933).
*"Labour Herald" - independent (1981-85).
*"Labour Leader" - independent until acquired by the Independent Labour Party (1887-1986).
*"Labour Standard" - from the London Trades Council (1881-85).
*"Labour Weekly" official Labour Party newspaper which was closed in 1988.
*"Militant" - from the Militant tendency and (later) Militant Labour (1964-97).
*"News on Sunday" - independent.
*"Reynolds News" - independent until acquired by the Labour Party (1850-1967).
*"The Socialist" - from the Socialist Labour Party (1903-?).
*"Socialist Commentary" - from the Socialist Vanguard Group (1934-78).
*"Socialist Organiser" - from the Socialist Organiser Alliance.

Monthly

*"Militant International Review" - from the Militant tendency.
*"Workers Liberty" - from the Alliance for Workers Liberty.

See also

* List of newspapers in the United Kingdom
* List of newspapers in Scotland
* List of liberal publications in the United Kingdom
* List of right-wing publications in the United Kingdom


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