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Posted on 7 July 2010 at 2:15 GMT

What the Socialist Party says:

As has been explained in previous issues of The Socialist, this economic crisis was not caused by working class people and they should not pay for it.

To stop the debilitating and even murderous effects of this budget requires a powerful movement in defence of jobs, homes and services.

A first step must be a massive national trade union-led demonstration and the building of local anti-cuts unions to organise solidarity and action to stop cuts.

See 'Build united action to stop the cuts'.

We demand:

  • A democratic socialist plan of production, enabling resources to be allocated based on need, not profit and in an environmentally sustainable way.
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