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Socialist Party UK : Come to Lewisham

The following is an email received by myself from Sarah of the TUSC.

A2ed supports the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition.

Now the election has been called we are getting a better response from people so please come out and canvas or leaflet with us to keep the Socialist Party councillors in Lewisham. This is an urgent task!

Please call me to let me know if you can come.

I met Jack from Basildon and he said he would come if he was contacted.

The manifestos of the main parties avoid the main issues of the day and are unstintingly anti-working class in content, pretending to offer choice. In reality, as we know, it will be more of the same... cuts, cuts, cuts...

Canvassing and leafleting

We're out Monday - Sunday at 11am, 2pm and 6pm for two-hour slots.

I know it's a lot to ask but there's only 20 odd days until 6 May. Once people know we're standing they are happy to hear there's an alternative to the sound-bite politics of the machete-wielding big business parties.

Take care,

Sarah Sachs-Eldridge


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