Southampton can fight back against council cuts!

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“There is a way to stop Southampton’s public services from closing down and to protect jobs. With a determined and imaginative campaign spearheaded by the City Council, trades unions and community groups we can succeed in winning back from the government the money stolen from us.”

Southampton City Councillor Keith Morrell

Re-elected May 2014  

(“by a landslide” Daily Echo)

SOUTHAMPTON

TUSC RALLY

SUNDAY 30 NOV, 2PM

JAMES MATTHEWS BUILDING

ABOVE BAR STREET

SOUTHAMPTON

ALL WELCOME • FULL ACCESS

Are you fed up with broken promises?

Southampton needs councillors who will protect jobs and services!

People power keep Bitterne Walk-In open!

People power keep Bitterne Walk-In open!

No one wants to see local jobs and essential services like local libraries cut. But what can we do? Campaigning shows that when we are organised, our voice can be heard and politicians can be forced to respond to our demands.

We believe communities and workers in their trade unions, united together can resist the cuts and elect councillors who are prepared to fight for the needs of the city.

Come and find out how you can get involved in the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition.

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About Southampton TUSC

Anti-cuts campaigners, trade unionists and socialists calling on Southampton Labour council to use its cash reserves and prudential borrowing powers, to set a legal, balanced, NO CUTS budget in 2016! Campaign to restore government funding to provide jobs, housing and £10/NOW for all.

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