Friday, 28 August 2015


Join the anti-BNP demo on SATURDAY 5th SEPT! 

We fully support this demo against the so-called British National Party.

The BNP is not welcome in Croydon!

They are an anti-working class party. They want to divide workers against each other.

This is a gift for Tories who will welcome whatever diverts attention from their austerity policies.


The BNP want to blame “non-white” workers and refugees for what is happening.

But it wasn’t refugees, immigrants or “non-white” workers who tanked the economy!  

THEY aren’t the ones withdrawing vital benefits and pushing people into poverty - Government is doing that!

THEY aren’t holding down wages and conditions - employers are doing that!

THEY aren’t responsible for zero-hour contracts - big business is!

THEY aren’t putting up rents - landlords are!

THEY aren’t privatising the NHS and schools! The Tories are!

THEY aren’t avoiding £Billions in tax (which we have to make up) - big business is doing that!

THEY aren’t blocking truly affordable housing - Government and house builders are doing that!

THEY aren’t cutting essential social services - the Tories and right-wing Labour councils are doing that!




BNP - the Bosses’ Narks Party!

Thursday, 20 August 2015


Corbyn will need maximum support when he's elected Labour Leader. The vast majority of Labour MPs are hostile to everything he stands for - see yesterday's article about TUSC in the Coventry Telegraph HERE.

In particular, as Dave Nellist says in the article, "his first action [as leader] should be to instruct local Labour councils to halt cuts and direct a strategy to resist austerity".

He will have our unqualified support if he does that!

Already, hundreds of Labour councillors have come out in support of Corbyn, (many who support TUSC). But they constitute only a small percentage of existing Labour councillors - so there's much work to be done!


You would think that a political party would welcome 600,000 new members and supporters, but Labour's right-wing are saying that many of those people don't share' "Labour's values".

But what "values" would they be? Support for free market, big business capitalism?

Compare the clauses below and see which values we might be talking about. New Labour's values are not ours. We believe they are not Corbyn's either.

Clause IV Part 4 (1918) - deleted by Blair and Co.

To secure for the workers by hand or by brain the full fruits of their industry and the most equitable distribution thereof that may be possible upon the basis of the common ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange, and the best obtainable system of popular administration and control of each industry or service.

Clause IV Part 2A (1995)

A dynamic economy, serving the public interest, in which the enterprise of the market and the rigour of competition are joined with the forces of partnership and co-operation to produce the wealth the nation needs and the opportunity for all to work and prosper with a thriving private sector and high-quality public services where those undertakings essential to the common good are either owned by the public or accountable to them.

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

TUSC and the Corbyn Campaign!

HERE is National TUSC Secretary, Clive Heemskerk, interviewed on the BBC talking about claims that TUSC is "infiltrating" the Labour Party to vote for Jeremy.

If the pro-market right-wing are so concerned about this phenomena, here's an idea for them.

Why don't they (the people who introduced this election system in the first place), why don't they get all their millions of supporters to sign up and vote for Kendal or the other talking heads?

Oh. They don't have as many supporters as Jeremy - despite the support they get from almost the entire corporate media.