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topoption italia The 100% anti-cuts, socialist alternative presented by the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) has been welcomed on the doorstep by people who are desperate to see an end to austerity. But some figures on the Labour right are less enthusiastic that we’re standing in the Welsh council elections. click to read more We’ve been accused of splitting the ‘left-wing’ vote; even of sexism – some of the Labour cutters we’re standing against are women; of bullying – we sent a polite letter asking for a discussion about fighting cuts; and all sorts of other ridiculous charges. boeken over binaire opties Don’t blame TUSC for Labour’s likely losses in May – or Corbyn either, as First Minister Carwyn Jones has tried to do. The fault belongs to Labour councillors who have backed Tory cuts. opcje binarne negatywy Far from aiding the establishment parties, it will be TUSC that will be exposing their record. The Liberals and Plaid Cymru – who ran Cardiff together only five years ago – slashed 1,000 jobs, closed care homes and schools, privatised home care for the elderly, and carried out many other brutal acts of vandalism to our public services. have a peek at this web-site But Labour won’t be pointing that out, because they’ve backed their own cuts and privatisation programme. Cutting 1,600 jobs and £120 million of funding, and selling off leisure to notorious exploiters Greenwich Leisure Limited. So it will also be left to TUSC to fight to prevent Ukip from diverting the anger at austerity in a racist direction. his explanation TUSC has been careful not to stand against councillors who backed Corbyn against the right-wing coup. forex action signals But despite standing down in six wards in Cardiff, we’re launching the biggest socialist challenge in a generation – only the four main Welsh parties are standing more candidates. A third of Cardiff’s population will get a chance to vote TUSC. Buy Tadalafil Oral Strips The reason we’re standing is best summed up by a Labour councillor who asked us to stand down. He said: “We can protest, we can march, we can wave banners and flags, but if we are not a shield to the vulnerable and the dispossessed then we are not socialists.” Get More Info Exactly. Protesting against the cuts isn’t enough: we need socialist representatives who will stop making them. follow site Ross Saunders, Cardiff TUSC election agent

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