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27 January 2021

Help fund a challenge to austerity at the ballot box - donate today!

With the fourth highest death rate in the world, and the worst in Europe, it is no secret that the Tory government's handling of the pandemic has been terrible

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27 January 2021

Why I'm leaving Labour and campaigning for TUSC

From the start of his leadership, Starmer appointed MPs to his shadow cabinet who voted for benefit cuts and war

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27 January 2021

Councillors in Surrey resign from Labour and look to stand independently

Two Spelthorne Borough councillors; Veena Siva, Jenny Vinson, and CLP chair Sue Bryer, have resigned from the Labour party ahead of May's local council elections

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27 January 2021

Save Our Square from New Labour gentrification

Community campaign Save Our Square E17 has successfully resisted Waltham Forest Labour council's plans to build a monster block in Walthamstow town square for six years

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26 January 2021

Come to the 7 February TUSC local elections conference

Fight back against Starmer's new, 'New Labour' - including at the ballot box!

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20 January 2021

May elections: Tories and Labour's Khan both vying to slash public services

Transport investment has been on the basis of vanity projects and expensive outsourcing

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20 January 2021

USA in crisis - the need for a socialist alternative

The period running up to Joe Biden's inauguration was marked by unparalleled turmoil and crisis.

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20 January 2021

PCS Broad Left Network conference

PCS Broad Left Network (BLN) joint equality officer and PCS NEC candidate

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13 January 2021

Get stuck in to build a fighting, democratic PCS union

PCS Broad Left Network conference: The PCS Broad Left Network (BLN) conference takes place on Saturday 16 January.

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13 January 2021

TUSC to hold local elections conference in February

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) national steering committee has agreed the agenda and timetable for a local elections conference to be held on Zoom on Sunday 7 February.

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6 January 2021

Nottingham City Council: Major battles against cuts ahead

Nottingham's Labour Council faces a decisive choice: whether it defends services, jobs and terms and conditions, or implements major cuts.

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16 December 2020

TUSC relaunch in the north west

Socialists, community activists and trade unionists were all represented at an online meeting held on 12 December to relaunch the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) in north west England

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9 December 2020

RMT gen sec election - vote for Steve Hedley

The upcoming general secretary election is an opportunity for RMT transport union members to change the direction of our trade union.

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9 December 2020

Should Corbyn stand for London Mayor?

Working-class people need better than Dodd's 'austerity later' policies.

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2 December 2020

Wales TUSC plans to mount an electoral challenge

A well-attended Zoom meeting relaunched TUSC in Wales

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2 December 2020

Unison general secretary ballot closes

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25 November 2020

TUSC sets out core policies for May 2021 local elections

The core policies are the minimum basis on which someone can stand as a TUSC candidate

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18 November 2020

After Corbyn: TUSC and the fight for working-class political representation

TUSC national chairperson Dave Nellist, also a parliamentary colleague of Jeremy Corbyn when he was an MP from 1983-1992, said: "The ruthless decision to suspend Jeremy Corbyn is the clearest signal yet that under Keir Starmer's Labour, the interests of Britain's capitalist establishment will be

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12 November 2020

Ex-MP Chris Williamson joins TUSC

TUSC's steering committee welcomed five new members who are on the NECs of trade unions, and former Labour MP Chris Williamson.

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11 November 2020

After the polarised elections - what way forward?

In the US, and around the world, millions greeted Trump's defeat in the US elections. His probable removal from office, notwithstanding his legal claims, will be widely welcomed.

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