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2 September 2013
As reported in the Sunday People, Ed Miliband is expected to announce that a Labour government would repeal the bedroom tax
10 August 2013
Socialist Party members who stand for public positions, such as MPs and councillors, including for TUSC, are committed to taking only the average wage of a skilled worker in the area they represent
13 July 2013
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire highlights that Socialist Party member Dave Nellist only took a worker's wage when he was an MP, and he condemns the rise being given to MPs now
4 July 2013
Dave Nellist has sent the following letter to the Guardian in response to an article by Martin Kettle today
5 June 2013
Thirty years ago, on 9 June 1983, the gloom cast by Thatcher's re-election as Tory prime minister was partly offset by the election of two campaigning supporters of the Socialist's predecessor Militant, Dave Nellist and Terry Fields, as Labour MPs.
25 February 2013
Dave Nellist (former Labour MP) and Keith Morrell (Southampton Councillors Against Cuts) to speak in support of Daz Procter, TUSC candidate in the Eastleigh byelection
23 January 2013
Whilst I understand his impatience, Owen Jones ("British politics urgently needs a new force", 21 January) is far too dismissive about attempts to build an electoral alternative to the main three parties' overlapping agenda of austerity
14 January 2013
To many who experienced the past sectarian behaviour of the SWP combined with abstract propaganda - 'One solution, revolution!' - the seeming metamorphosis to a 'broad' approach in this decade was a revelation...
9 May 2012
For the 14 hours of election day in Coventry, rain fell almost without ceasing. Yet despite the terrible weather conditions Socialist Party supporters in St Michael's ward campaigned relentlessly
4 May 2012
For TUSC results see: tusc.org.uk
TUSC candidates won victories in Preston and Walsall and ran many hard-fought campaigns elsewhere. Click 'more' below for reports from Coventry, Liverpool, Salford, Swansea, Lincoln, Stroud, London and Gateshead
2 May 2012
Round-up across the country: All together in Liverpool to support TUSC mayoral stand: 300 people attended the Liverpool pre-election rally for mayoral candidate Tony Mulhearn and other Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidates across Merseyside, writes Dave Walsh.
25 April 2012
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) is a new electoral coalition that was set up by leading trade unionists including RMT general secretary Bob Crow, and socialists, including the Socialist Party, to provide a political voice to the millions who oppose the cuts.
11 April 2012
Not content with attacking ordinary families from the cradle to the grave - from closing Sure Start centres to making us work longer for lower pensions - Britain's super-rich bosses are now after our bank holidays!
7 March 2012
Coventry council's Labour leader John Mutton invited Socialist Party councillor Dave Nellist to become the city's deputy Lord Mayor in May, which would normally lead on to the position of Lord Mayor in 2013
15 February 2012
Coventry Socialist Party councillor Dave Nellist is campaigning against education cuts and tuition fees
1 February 2012
In the 3 May local elections Coventry Socialist Party councillor Dave Nellist will be seeking re-election...
23 November 2011
Earlier this year Coventry's Labour-led council proposed to remove £1 million from the annual £1.8 million budget for day care at Sure Start centres in the city, writes Dave Nellist, Socialist Party councillor, Coventry.
25 May 2011
Seventy delegates to the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) conference attended the official fringe meeting about how to fight the cuts, writes Hugh Caffrey, North West Socialist Party.
24 May 2011
Bosses at Coventry and Warwickshire University Hospitals NHS Trust have announced cuts in some of the charges for car parking at Walsgrave hospital
4 May 2011
Campaigners and socialists in Coventry won a concession from the council in the battle to halt a private land-grab...
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