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From: The Socialist issue 947, 3 May 2017: Socialist policies can beat the Tories

Search site for keywords: PCS - Elections - Democracy - Austerity

PCS elections - vote Democracy Alliance

Members of public sector union PCS fighting cuts in the justice sector, photo Paul Mattsson

Members of public sector union PCS fighting cuts in the justice sector, photo Paul Mattsson   (Click to enlarge)

Marion Lloyd, PCS Left Unity chair (personal capacity)

There is just over a week to go before the PCS national executive committee ballot closes on 11 May (and group elections on 16 May). This deadline takes no account of postal delivery so activists have just a couple of days to maximise the Democracy Alliance vote.

With the announcement of a general election, it is vital we secure a victory for the Democracy Alliance.

If Jeremy Corbyn wins we need a leadership which will be uncompromising in demanding Labour carries out its anti-austerity programme and public sector pledges. If Theresa May wins we will need a union leadership committed to fighting the Tories' austerity programme and defending our members.






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