Nigel Farage. Photo: Gage Skidmore
Nigel Farage. Photo: Gage Skidmore

Right-wing politicians have been caught slagging off the places that they’re standing. The question is, if this is what these two politicians have been caught saying, what do the rest of the anti-working-class cabal really think of us?

Reform leader Nigel Farage has finally announced he’s standing to be MP for Clacton. He previously ruled this out, saying: “But do I want to be an MP? Do I want to spend every Friday for the next five years in Clacton?”

Now he’s said: “Am I an expert on the local area? Of course I’m not”.

LBC radio host Ian Dale wanted to be the Tory candidate for Tunbridge Wells. But he’s been forced to withdraw from the contest, when comments he said resurfaced: “I’ve never liked the place. Still don’t”.

It’s clear that these people don’t care about the places they’re standing in. These capitalist politicians aren’t like the candidates standing for the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) – working-class people and trade unionists, campaigning with others to fight for every improvement for ordinary people.

These right-wing politicians want to claim their fat MP salaries, and the expenses that go with it. Socialist Party members, standing as part of TUSC, pledge to only accept a worker’s wage if elected.

Farage and Dale are representatives of the bosses and rich, we need representatives to fight for us.