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Dave Nellist with other TUSC candidates at the manifesto launch in London's Canary Wharf, photo Paul Mattsson

Dave Nellist with other TUSC candidates at the manifesto launch in London's Canary Wharf, photo Paul Mattsson

15 April 2015

100% against austerity? Vote TUSC

"This is a rich country, the fifth richest on the planet. It's just that the wealth is in the wrong hands - in the hands of a few millionaires and billionaires. TUSC is the only unashamedly socialist party in these elections."

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13 April 2015

Dave Nellist calls for bank nationalisation on Daily Politics

Without TUSC, the idea of the super-rich paying for the crisis wouldn't feature

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8 April 2015

1 in 5 parliamentary seats set to have a TUSC choice on 7 May

TUSC is fielding the biggest working class challenge in generations on 7 May

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1 April 2015

TUSC set for TV broadcast

Great news - TUSC has reached the threshold set to qualify for a TV election broadcast

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25 March 2015

Saving libraries: it's a page-turner!

Bristol backs books: Bristol City Council has been slammed for low school results in reading. So what does it do? It plans to close seven branch libraries, writes Sheila Caffrey.

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25 February 2015

Anti-cuts MPs would only take average wage of a worker

In response to the latest Westminster scandal, the Socialist Party argues that what is urgently needed is a party of a completely different type

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15 October 2014

Challenging the austerity parties

Britain needs a pay rise. It also needs a new mass party that stands firmly on the side of working people and their families, argues Dave Nellist, national chair of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

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9 July 2014

New Tory attacks on trade union strikes

Education minister Michael Gove has followed London Mayor Boris Johnson and other right-wing Tories to demand tighter new rules for strike ballots, which they believe would put an end to virtually all public sector strikes

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4 June 2014

TUSC: Next steps building political voice for workers

On 22 May the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition presented the biggest left-of-Labour electoral stand in generations

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4 June 2014

Why I joined the Socialist Party

I am Liam Langan, father of three, carer to my three adult brothers, martial arts instructor, taxi driver and the list goes on

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28 May 2014

Local elections 2014: A good base for TUSC to build on

The vote tally for the 560 local election and mayoral Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition no-cuts candidates in the 22 May elections is 68,031

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16 April 2014

Election appeal: help us make history

In Coventry 19 Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidates are standing in the council elections, writes Lenny Shail.

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photo Peter Symonds

9 April 2014

House of Thieves

Maria Miller resigns at last: With memories of duck-houses lingering in our minds, we didn't need another expenses scandal to remind us of the rottenness at the top of society, writes Dave Nellist

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2 April 2014

Worcestershire: Is socialism only way of saving NHS?

'Is socialism the only way of saving the NHS?', was the theme of a Socialist Party public meeting of 30 people in Kidderminster on 25 March, writes Workers' struggles and socialism to save the NHS

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TUSC national chair, former MP and Coventry TUSC candidate Dave Nellist  photo Paul Mattsson

26 March 2014

A socialist alternative to the austerity parties

Socialists in Coventry are preparing to contest every seat in the May council elections

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Miliband being followed by TUSC supporters, 1.3.14, photo Paul Mattsson

3 March 2014

TUSC campaigners cause stir at Labour rules change conference

TUSC supporters were outside Labour's 1st March conference as the Collins Review was voted on inside

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21 February 2014

Court rejects disability case against bedroom tax

The Court of Appeal has today rejected five disabled housing benefit claimants' case to overturn the bedroom tax

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Southampton rebel councillor Keith Morrell addressing the TUSC conference, photo Paul Mattsson

3 February 2014

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition conference

Preparing the biggest left of Labour election challenge since the war: Over 200 trade unionists, community campaigners and socialists came together at the TUSC conference in London. Dave Nellist, chairing the event, laid out the ambitious plan to stand 625 candidates as 'anti-cuts beacons' in the May 2014 elections.

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8 December 2013

MPs' 11% pay rise condemned by Socialist Party

Speaking to the BBC when the proposed 11% pay rise for MPs first caused an outcry in July, Dave Nellist, Socialist Party member and the 'Coventry MP who gave away half his pay' to workers' struggles while representing his constituents, called the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority [Ipsa]

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27 November 2013

Flower power - downfall of a banking boss

If the much repeated cliché that the British Labour Party owes more to Methodism than to Marxism is true then it must have got more than it bargained for with the Reverend Paul Flowers, writes Roger Bannister.

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