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24 March 2021

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Socialist Party members are already out campaigning for Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidates ahead of May's elections. In London it is vital that there is an anti-austerity socialist alternative to Labour Mayor Sadiq Khan and the Labour-dominated Greater London Assembly (GLA) as they continue attacks on workers' jobs, income and working conditions.

That's why TUSC is planning to stand 25 candidates in the London list for the GLA, and candidates in three of the constituency seats - to make sure everyone in London has the opportunity for an anti-austerity candidate. This stand requires a total of 8,000 in deposits. And we still have 1,000 to raise.

In Liverpool it is just as vital that TUSC stands in the Liverpool city mayoral elections, in opposition to the rotten cuts-making Labour council. To stand in this election TUSC will need to raise a deposit of 5,000. As a component part of the coalition, the Socialist Party needs your fundraising to help us pay our part.

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The coronavirus crisis has laid bare the class character of society in numerous ways. It is making clear to many that it is the working class that keeps society running, not the CEOs of major corporations.

The results of austerity have been graphically demonstrated as public services strain to cope with the crisis.

The government has now ripped up its 'austerity' mantra and turned to policies that not long ago were denounced as socialist. But after the corona crisis, it will try to make the working class pay for it, by trying to claw back what has been given.

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In The Socialist 24 March 2021:


Protest

Protesting is not a crime

Defying the anti-protest restrictions

Police attempt to silence mothers

Police invade student homes


NHS

NHS pay: 15% now

Fighting NHS privatisation

Haringey: Hands off our GP practices


Elections

Battle for a fighting, anti-austerity Liverpool mayor

Why I am standing for TUSC

Help fund the Socialist Party's stand as part of TUSC


Fighting Sexual Harassment

Fighting sexual harassment and gender violence on campus

Justice for Blessing Olusegun

Film Review: Moxie


Paris Commune 150 Years

150th anniversary of the Paris Commune


2011 Pensions Strike

Lessons of the 2011 pensions strike: when workers showed their power


Workplace News

PCS elections: increased support for Broad Left Network

Engineering workers strike against 'fire and rehire' in Leicester

'Sleep-ins' ruling must lead to a huge campaign for social care workers' rights

Shrewsbury Pickets win: Convictions overturned

Sparks continue protests against deskilling

Beal High school strike as management refuse to negotiate over fair sick pay scheme

Preparing to organise workers in Enfield

Support victimised bus driver reps and Socialist Party members Declan and Moe

Goodlord workers continue all-out strike


Campaigns

Save John Carroll - fight is far from over!

Stop evictions and drop the debts

Online meeting - Ending violence against women, the socialist approach

Socialist Party regional conferences meet online


Readers' Opinion

The Socialist Inbox


 

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