Socialist Equality Party (UK) Election Campaign
By Chris Marsden, 24 April 2010
The second of three televised debates between the leaders of Britain’s main parties was meant to focus on foreign policy, but over half was given over to questions of “general interest”.
By Robert Skelton and Socialist Equality Party candidate for Manchester Central, 24 April 2010
The Socialist Equality Party, in its campaign in Manchester Central, has repeatedly encountered workers who are by no means racist, but who argue that with jobs and public services under attack, immigration is too high and must be curbed.
By Jean Shaoul, 24 April 2010
Official statistics refute the claims that Britain is being “swamped” by immigration and show the desperately impoverished conditions in which immigrants live and work.
By our reporter, 23 April 2010
Over the last week, David O’Sullivan, the Socialist Equality Party candidate for Oxford East, has addressed a series of general election hustings organised by various churches and organisations such as Oxfam and the Stop the War Coalition.
By Steve James and Chris Marsden, 22 April 2010
The Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) is standing 10 candidates in the May 6 Westminster elections. Its manifesto, “For an independent socialist Scotland,” is the work of a party hostile to the essential interests of the working class.
By our reporters, 21 April 2010
Socialist Equality Party election teams campaigned recently in the Manchester Central constituency, where SEP candidate Robert Skelton is standing in the May 6 General Election.
By Jean Shaoul, 20 April 2010
Socialist Equality Party candidate for Manchester Central, Robert Skelton, addressed a hustings meeting called by the Manchester Stop the War Coalition (STWC).
By our correspondent, 20 April 2010
Robert Skelton, the Socialist Equality Party’s candidate for Manchester Central in the May 6 general election, was asked to submit brief written replies to five questions posed by the Stop The War Coalition.
By Chris Marsden, 19 April 2010
There is a basic problem of political terminology when addressing the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition, an electoral front dominated by the Socialist Party led by Peter Taaffe.
19 April 2010
The Socialist Equality Party of Britain is standing David O’Sullivan in the Oxford East constituency for the May 6 general election.
By Chris Marsden, 17 April 2010
Thursday’s televised debate between the leaders of Britain’s three main parties was billed as an historic move towards a more participatory democracy. It was the first time that such an event has been held.
By Julie Hyland, 17 April 2010
Britain’s main parties—Labour, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats—have released their manifestos for the May 6 General Election.
By Steve James, 14 April 2010
The Socialist Equality Party is standing David O’Sullivan in the Oxford East constituency for the May 6 general election.
By Jean Shaoul, 14 April 2010
The Socialist Equality Party is standing Robert Skelton in Manchester Central in the general election on May 6.
By Jordan Shilton, 9 April 2010
After months of speculation, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown finally announced Tuesday that a general election will be held on May 6.
9 April 2010
The SEP in Britain is announcing two public meetings
6 April 2010
The Socialist Equality Party of Britain is standing two candidates in the UK general election.