Election 2015 smaller parties: Communist Party of Britain
The Communist Party of Britain dates back to 1920 and is fielding nine candidates in the general election.
General Secretary Rob Griffiths spoke to Jo Coburn about the party's view of Ed Miliband, and past Labour leaders, and links between the largest political parties and business.
He said the party was the inheritor of the "original communist tradition", how it opposed the Common Market and EU, was against Nato, but it backed devolved parliaments for Scotland and Wales.
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