Socialist Worker

Who to vote for near you

Issue No. 2300

Campaigning in Cambridge (Pic: Cambridge Socialists)

Campaigning in Cambridge (Pic: Cambridge Socialists)

Socialist Worker supporters are standing as part of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC), and as the Scottish Anti Cuts Coalition (SACC) in Scotland.

They include:

  • Manchester: Mark Krantz, Colette Williams
  • Sheffield: Maxine Bowler
  • Portsmouth: Frances Pilling
  • Cambridge: Tom Woodcock (as Cambridge Socialists)
  • Barnsley: Dave Gibson (as Independent)
  • Glasgow: Angela McCormick, Graham Campbell (Graham is standing as Solidarity)
  • Edinburgh: Willie Black

There are also four Socialist Worker supporters on the TUSC list for the London assembly—Jenny Sutton, Jackie Turner, Gary McFarlane and Merlin Reader.

For full lists of candidates standing for TUSC and SACC across Britain, go to and

Housing fight hits Cambridge

'We held a protest outside the council last week to highlight housing need here.

Many people are paying high rents and then facing extra charges from letting agencies.

We’ve managed to make it an issue in the election.

Now the council has had to say it will carry out a survey into the issue.

We hope to pressure the council to build more council housing in the area.'

Tom Woodcock, Cambridge

Respect aims for Bradford

'Respect is campaigning in 12 seats in Bradford, aiming to build on George Galloway MP’s surprise victory in the city last month.

The campaign is pulling together the left in the city—as well as reaching out to people alienated by the mainstream political parties and looking for change.'

Barry Pavier, Bradford

Vote SACC against the cuts

'I’m standing as part of the Scottish Anti Cuts Coalition (SACC). We’re saying there’s no need for any cuts—make the rich pay. We’ve had a good response to our stalls so far.

We’ve been leafleting and we’re planning a public meeting and a cavalcade. Saturday will be a big day for the campaign.

Some people mention George Galloway. They do it with a bit of a spark in their eyes. It makes people see the possibilities.'

Angela McCormick, Glasgow

Click here to subscribe to our daily morning email newsletter 'Breakfast in red'

Mobile users! Don't forget to add Socialist Worker to your home screen.