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26 March 2014

Prospects for the general election

61. The timing of the general election is not certain. One of David Cameron's first acts on coming to power was to institute undemocratic arrangements for five-year fixed parliamentary terms, providing

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21 March 2014

New leaflet: UKIP - Just another establishment party

Vote TUSC in the local elections and No2EU in the European elections: See

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5 February 2014

Trade unions - time to break Labour link is now!

Is this the end for the unions and Labour? In response to the Collins Review proposals to 'reform' the link between the unions and Labour, Mirror columnist Kevin Maguire declared: "It is time for the trade unions to march proudly out of Labour's front door instead of being slowly bundled out of the back"

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22 January 2014

Them & Us

Cost of living: 85 super-rich people in the world, in total, own as much wealth ($110 trillion) as half the world's population of 3.5 billion people

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31 July 2013

Lambeth byelection: TUSC beats Ukip and Tories

'Tough decisions' and 'hard choices' seem to be the stock replies by Labour in Lambeth, south London, when questioned about their diet of endless cuts

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Widespread support for the Brighton bin workers shown on some bins in the area, photo Support Brighton Council workers Facebook page

17 July 2013

Greens rejected in Brighton

A week-long strike by GMB workers in the Cityclean depot was the background to a tightly fought Hanover and Elm Grove ward byelection

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3 July 2013

Election report from Plymouth

On Thursday 27 June I stood as a Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidate in a byelection in Plymouth's Southway ward

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26 June 2013

Farage's tax scandal hypocrisy

"Frankly, the world has changed, things that we thought were absolutely fair practice ten years, 20 years ago, 30 years ago aren't any more." So said Ukip leader Nigel Farage, when quizzed about his off-shore tax account in the Isle of Man

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19 June 2013

Southampton byelection: Labour vote halved

The Southampton Woolston byelection result made alarming reading for the Labour council and its backers in the trade union leadership

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TUSC protest outside Camden town hall, March 2013, photo Neil Cafferky

TUSC protest outside Camden town hall, March 2013, photo Neil Cafferky

8 May 2013

Capitalist parties rejected: Time for a new mass workers' party

The results of the county council elections on 2 May marked a new low for all three major parties. For the first time ever not one of them got 30% or more of the vote; another illustration of the hollowing out of their base of support

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28 March 2013

Prospects for Con-Dems

55. It is not possible to judge whether this government will last its full term. One of Cameron's first acts on coming to power was to institute grossly undemocratic arrangements for five-year fixed parliamentary...

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The Eastleigh by-election TUSC rally featured Daz Proctor, Dave Nellist and Keith Morrell, a rebel Southampton councillor who voted against cuts, photo John Gillman

7 March 2013

Eastleigh: growing revulsion at main parties

The Eastleigh byelection has left Tory ringmaster Cameron with his big tent in tatters, while the Lib Dems hung on, Labour were side-stepped into fourth, with a huge protest vote emerging for Ukip

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TUSC on the 28 March 2012 NUT London strike and demonstration , photo  Socialist Party

TUSC on the 28 March 2012 NUT London strike and demonstration , photo Socialist Party

5 December 2012

November by-elections: Building an anti-cuts alternative

"November was an unusual month. You can wait a long time for a byelection and then six come along in one month...

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9 March 2011

Lib Dems 'get a kicking' in Barnsley

"The voters here in Barnsley have given me and the Lib Dems a kicking", admitted candidate Dominic Carman after coming sixth and losing his deposit in the Barnsley Central by-election on 3 March, writes Alistair Tice.

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9 June 2009

Step up the fight for a workers' party

New Labour meltdown: The outcome of the county council elections, followed by the 'meltdown' in the European elections, was a devastating defeat for New Labour and the Gordon Brown dominated government, writes Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary.

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27 May 2009

UKIP - yet another establishment party

WITH THE MPs' expenses scandal further undermining public support for the three main establishment parties, far right outfits like the UK Independence Party are hoping to revive their flagging fortunes in the forthcoming European elections...

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29 January 2005

Kilroy's brief encounter (part four)

JUMPING BEFORE he was pushed, former Labour MP (and second-rate chat show host) Robert Kilroy-Silk has quit the UK Independence Party (UKIP) after months of bitter feuding...

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9 October 2004

Can Blair See Out A Third Term?

TONY BLAIR has announced that he will go on to serve out a third term as prime minister. If it were just down to the Tories then he probably would...

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26 June 2004

Kilroy Was Here, Then There. Where Next?

ROBERT KILROY Silk, former tribune of the Kirkby working class, and the octogenarian soap star Joan Collins, now threaten to deliver a hammer blow to Britain's membership of the European Union...

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