Sheffield TUSC public meeting

Discuss, debate and plan for anti-war and anti-cuts workers’ candidates in the coming general election with Dave Nellist, ex-Labour MP (1983-1992) and TUSC chairperson, who stood as a workers’ MP on a worker’s wage.

Thursday 14th December, 7pm

At the Central United Reformed Church, 60 Norfolk Street, S1 1DA

TUSC All-Britain Steering Committee meeting

Wednesday 10th January

This will be the first steering committee meeting that will consider candidate applications for the May 2024 local elections. 

There will be further meetings discussing candidates on 14th February and 16th March but to be placed on the agenda for this meeting application forms must be received by the TUSC National Election Agent by Saturday 6th January.

See the Candidates Page on the website – at – for more information.



TUSC will oppose all cuts to council jobs, services, pay and conditions. Reject increases in council tax, rent and service charges to compensate for government cuts. Vote against the privatisation of council jobs and services.

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