Public meeting – build the fight against the Tories and for socialist polices

Public meeting – build the fight against the Tories and for socialist polices

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After the general election result, which shocked the Tories and the capitalist class, Theresa May is attempting to cling onto power by forming an unholy alliance with the Democratic Unionist Party. Jeremy Corbyn’s anti-austerity policies powered Labour to a 40% share of the vote – the Tories are rightly terrified that if they don’t keep power he could win an election. We need to step up the fight against them!

We are holding a public meeting on Tuesday 13th June to discuss the election and how we build the struggle against them. The meeting is at the Methodist Central Hall at 7.30. Please share and come along!

Socialists campaign all year round, not just before an election!

Socialists campaign all year round, not just before an election!

Dave Nellist and the Socialist Party continue campaigning against austerity

Dave Nellist and the Socialist Party continue campaigning against austerity

Despite the pouring rain the Socialist Party were out in the city centre today, talking to people about the local election results from Thursday night and continuing the campaign against zero hour contracts and for a £10 per hour minimum wage. The Socialist Party stood as part of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) and received over 2,500 votes in the city. We will shortly be posting our analysis of the results and what they mean. What is clear though, is that austerity will keep hitting ordinary people and that the current system backed up by the three big parties and UKIP offers a bleak future for the 99 per cent.