The Socialist

The Socialist 7 April 2010

Defend jobs and services - fight for a workers' alternative

Defend jobs and services - Fight for a workers' alternative - Vote TUSC

General Election 6 May: A Socialist Challenge


Mobilise to defend the right to strike

London Underground workers balloting


Stand up for the millions, not the millionaires!

Reject the parties of cuts and privatisation

Socialist Campaign launched in Coventry

New Labour meltdown in Stoke

Making an impact in Huddersfield

Hazel Must Go! opposes cuts to Salford NHS

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition


Cuts bite in north west

March to defend the welfare state

Tories reveal yet more anti-gay bias

'Free schools' or free-for-all?

News in brief


NUT conference again calls for action on workload

Ex-Visteon workers continue fight for pensions

Industrial news in brief


Mobilise students and workers to defeat cuts and tuition fees


Kazakhstan: "change the politicians - or they will change you!"

Mass protests and strikes continue to shake Algeria

Tekel workers brutally attacked by police


The real lessons of the poll tax

 
 

PO Box 1398, Enfield EN1 9GT

020 8988 8777

editors@socialistparty.org.uk

Link to this page: https://www.socialistparty.org.uk/issue/619/9320

Seach this siteSearch the site

Printable versionPrintable version

Facebook

Twitter

Home   |   The Socialist 7 April 2010   |   Join the Socialist Party

Subscribe   |   Donate  

Hazel Must Go! opposes cuts to Salford NHS

On 30 March, the Manchester Evening News announced 750 proposed job cuts at Salford Royal Hospital. There are also proposals to close Cleveland House community mental health team. The Hazel Must Go campaign is opposing these cuts.

Hazel Must Go, will be contesting disgraced ex-minister Hazel Blears' seat in the general election under the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition banner. Candidate David Henry said: "We are in complete opposition to any cuts in the health service in Salford. Where is Hazel Blears on this issue? In the past she at least pretended to care about cuts in her back yard - her silence on this occasion is deafening."

  • 14 April 7pm, Hazel Must Go election launch and fundraiser, The Old Pint Pot, 2 Adelphi Street, Salford M3 6EN. The evening will feature local bands and performers. Requested donation 3.
  • 25 April 7pm, Mark Steel Gig - The Dancehouse, Oxford Rd. Manchester. One third of the proceeds will go to the TUSC - Hazel Must Go Campaign. Tickets can be booked by emailing blearsmustgo@gmail.com or phoning Steve on 07817434240.

For more information, please visit www.hazelmustgo.wordpress.com

Steve North

In this issue

Defend jobs and services - Fight for a workers' alternative - Vote TUSC

General Election 6 May: A Socialist Challenge


Socialist Party editorial

Mobilise to defend the right to strike

London Underground workers balloting


Socialist Party election campaign

Stand up for the millions, not the millionaires!

Reject the parties of cuts and privatisation

Socialist Campaign launched in Coventry

New Labour meltdown in Stoke

Making an impact in Huddersfield

Hazel Must Go! opposes cuts to Salford NHS

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition


Socialist Party campaigns

Cuts bite in north west

March to defend the welfare state

Tories reveal yet more anti-gay bias

'Free schools' or free-for-all?

News in brief


Socialist Party workplace news

NUT conference again calls for action on workload

Ex-Visteon workers continue fight for pensions

Industrial news in brief


Socialist Students

Mobilise students and workers to defeat cuts and tuition fees


International socialist news and analysis

Kazakhstan: "change the politicians - or they will change you!"

Mass protests and strikes continue to shake Algeria

Tekel workers brutally attacked by police


Comment

The real lessons of the poll tax


 

Home   |   The Socialist 7 April 2010   |   Join the Socialist Party

Subscribe   |   Donate