Over 70 socialists, trade unionists and anti-cuts campaigners joined a Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) rally in
TUSC supporters from across Scotland came together to launch the campaign to offer an alternative to pro austerity parties in Scotland at May’s general election.
Glasgow North TUSC candidate Angela McCormick argued “we’re living in a changed
She told the rally, “If you can’t defend the welfare state or public sector jobs from a bunch of Eton-educated, millionaire toffs then what are you for?”
Angela said TUSC has a crucial role to play in “turning the tide against the filth” of racism and combating scapegoating of immigrants.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) is predicted to take dozens of seats in May from the Labour Party, including in traditional Labour heartlands such as
Many people are looking to the SNP as an alternative to austerity – but the party increasingly is being exposed as committed to a cuts agenda.
TUSC candidate for Dundee West Jim McFarlane told the rally SNP-led