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Wednesday 5 May 2021

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Vote TUSC to fight back against Covid austerity

You can't trust the Tories or Starmer's New Labour!

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) is standing over 300 candidates in Thursday's elections.

TUSC is contesting three regional lists and three constituencies in the Scottish parliament elections on May 6th; all five regional lists for the Welsh Senedd contest; the all-London list for the Greater London Authority assembly and three GLA constituencies; the city Mayoral contests in Bristol and Liverpool; and 285 council seats in 90 local authorities.

A complete list of TUSC candidates is available on https://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/442.pdf

The TUSC core policies for the different contests can be found at the links below

The Scottish Parliament elections: https://www.tusc.org.uk/17486/01-03-2021/core-manifesto-for-the-2021-scottish-parliament-election

The Welsh Senedd elections: https://www.tusc.org.uk/17487/01-03-2021/tusc-wales-policy-platform-for-the-2021-welsh-parliament-elections

The local council elections: https://www.tusc.org.uk/17485/01-03-2021/tuscs-core-policy-platform-for-the-may-2021-local-elections

The Mayor of Bristol (page 8): https://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/443.pdf

The Mayor of Liverpool: https://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/444.pdf

On Thursday, where you can, vote TUSC to fight back against Covid austerity - you can't trust the Tories or Starmer's New Labour!


Results reporting

All the TUSC results will be published on this website. Clearly the necessity for Covid-safety measures will affect how quickly the ballots can be counted. Some councils are predicting that not all results will be available until well into the weekend.

A full report of the campaign, with the detailed results of every TUSC candidate, will be prepared for the next TUSC national steering committee meeting on Wednesday May 12th, and will be posted promptly on the Candidates page as a public record as has been the case every year since 2011.