Reports and Campaigns

spotAbout the Socialist Party

spotAnti-capitalism

spotAnti-privatisation

spotAnti-war

spotElection campaigns

spotEnvironment

spotHealth

spotSocialist women

spotWorkplace

spotYouth and Students

All keywords


Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

CNWP keywords:

Campaign for a New Workers Party (27)

CNWP (92)


Reports and campaigns:

Anti-capitalism (1237)

Anti-fascist (561)

Anti-racism (704)

Anti-war (1488)

Asylum (211)

Black and Asian (394)

Children (377)

CNWP (108)

Corporate crime (2)

Disability (201)

Education (3914)

Election campaigns (2448)

Environment (608)

EU (450)

Finance (99)

Food (270)

Health and safety (33)

Health and welfare (315)

Housing (1036)

Human Rights (380)

LGBT Pride (143)

Local government (2180)

Local services (3658)

Low pay (509)

Migration (56)

Nationalisation (145)

New workers party (467)

NHS (1842)

Pensions (701)

Post Office (222)

Poverty (573)

Privatisation (1017)

Public Services (1131)

Socialism (872)

Socialist (43)

Sport (196)

Stop the slaughter of Tamils (90)

Students (1829)

The state (1368)

Transport (551)

TUSC (999)

Welfare rights (716)

Women (763)

Workplace and TU campaigns (8261)

Youth (1966)

Related websites

Youth Fight For Jobs

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

National Shop Stewards Network

Tamil Solidarity


19 March 2009

Search site for keywords: CNWP - Socialist - Socialist Party - The Socialist

Campaign for a New Workers' Party

IN THE last decade, the Socialist Party has successfully fought and defended seats in local council elections in Coventry and in Lewisham, south London. Socialist Party member Jackie Grunsell was also elected in 2006 in Huddersfield as part of a community based 'Save our NHS' campaign.

However, the Socialist Party cannot alone at this stage fill the political vacuum on the left resulting from the demise of the Labour Party, as a party representing the working class.

A new, broader left party, necessarily, will develop out of the struggles and experiences of trade unions, socialists and the working class as a whole.

Other left forces that have attempted to short-cut such a process have been largely unsuccessful. Taking a different approach, the Socialist Party launched in 2006 the Campaign for a New Workers' Party to propagandise amongst workers' organisations, etc, for such a party.

A new workers' party is long overdue in Britain. That is why the left trade union leaders should grasp the nettle now and take the necessary steps towards it.

For more information about the CNWP info@cnwp.org.uk
www.cnwp.org.uk
Join the Campaign for a New Workers' Party - by Hannah Sell, a Socialist Party pamphlet. 1 incl. p&p.
Available from Socialist Books, PO Box 24697, London E11 1 YD.
020 8988 8789 or buy online www.socialistbooks.org.uk





Join the Socialist Party Join us today!

Printable version Printable version

Facebook   Twitter

Related links:

CNWP:

triangleCNWP extended steering committee meeting

triangleNew workers' party needed

triangleUnion activists discuss pulling the plug on Labour

triangleCampaign for a new workers' party

triangleNational Shop Stewards Network: Brighton launch meeting

Socialist:

triangleBirmingham Central Socialist Party: The rise of Militant - lessons from our history

triangle110 years ago: massacre at Santa Maria school in Chile - commemorate 21 December 1907

triangleThe Socialist's 2017 quiz

triangleTwo in five 'right to buy' homes now for let

Socialist Party:

triangleStop the rotten redevelopment plan, demand residents

triangleUnite day of action against blacklisting

triangleLabour 'purge' furore really just democracy

The Socialist:

triangleCoventry Socialist sales hit 1,000

triangleThe Socialist Inbox