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From The Socialist newspaper, 27 January 2010

Support for the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) grows

Declarations of support have continued to come in for the newly-launched Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) general election challenge.

To add your name as a sponsor of TUSC, in a personal capacity, either return the slip below to TUSC, 17 Colebert House, Colebert Avenue, London E1 4JP or e-mail electioncoalition@btinternet.com

Donations can also be sent to TUSC, with cheques payable to Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition.

Click here to see previous sponsors of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition election campaign

All in a personal capacity

Tony Mulhearn

Liverpool Labour councillor, 1984-87

Dave Lunn

PCS Land Registry Group vice president

David Beddoes

GMB Senior Shop Steward, BAE Systems, Barrow

Eddie Roberts

Retired TGWU officer

Councillor Peter Smith

Walsall Democratic Labour Party

Sam Buckley

Secretary, DWP CSA Hastings PCS branch

Dave Church

Walsall DLP, former council leader

Kenny Cunningham

Chair, Chester Trades Council

Craig Johnston

RMT National Executive

Martin Hickman

Assistant Secretary, Yorks & Humber DWP PCS

Pete McNally

Vice Chair, Worcester ASLEF

Joe Foster

Chair, OFWAT PCS branch

Steve Bell

Secretary, Bucks Health UNISON branch

Larry Gardiner

Secretary, Parent Advocates Together

Jon Dale

Chair, Carr Vale Community Association

Chris Fernandez

Derbyshire Health UNISON steward

Liz Saunders

Cardiff UNISON

Tony Greenstein

Secretary, Brighton & Hove Unemployed Workers Centre

Clare Harrison

Hull UNISON

Ewart FitzGerald

RMT

Brian Powell

Chair, Walsall Democratic Labour Party

Tim Sandle

Secretary, NW London Unite Health branch

Steven Cox

Dudley Labour councillor, 1995-2003

Len Hockey

Joint secretary, UNISON Waltham Forest Health branch

Elizabeth Morton

CWU

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Credit crunch

Bonuses for bankers but recession for workers

Outrage against bankers spurs Obama on

Unemployment figures don't tell the full story


Socialist Party election campaign

Lewisham Socialist Party prepares for election

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Food for thought


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Unison black members reject witch-hunt

South Yorkshire fire dispute Negotiations go national

Building the fight against education cuts at Leeds

Glasgow City Unison fights back against cuts in jobs and services

Visteon pensioners protest

Temperature rises at British Airways

Ticket office staff strike again


Socialist Students

University of Gloucestershire staff fight back

Cuts at Cardiff University must be fought


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Workplace Feature: IT workers in mini strike wave

PCS members at Hewlett Parkard strike in Lytham St Annes and North Tyneside

Seventh day of national strike action at Fujitsu IT


 

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