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    geoff51 wrote:
    If there is no deposit system there should be to stop oddballs and loony parties such as yours from wasting voters time.
    Also you still cant string an understandable post together, so I suggest if your party wants to get any votes they need to dump you to gain a modicum of chance to get any votes.
    you lack the wisedom it takes, we are not oddballs or loony we leave that to your kind who's greed as over taken them and only think about them selfs and no one else, your kind are scared because people like us will bring an end to your greed and selfisfishness in the me,me,me culture and start to share with others and show them the truth about right wing politics.
    And we have not been dump as you put it, we are brand new party, a working class party for the majority and not the few, unlike all the other partys, and being a brand new party will take a bit of time to build up the base votes, and from there will work on building more votes.
    And just for your interest the TUSC is all ready being talk about as the fourth major political party, The media is talking about us on the same par as the Lib/Dem, and we know right wing Labour is now worried about us."
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Unionists call to rethink cuts

Daily Echo: Anti-cuts: TUSC candidate Perry McMillan Anti-cuts: TUSC candidate Perry McMillan

MEMBERS of the Southampton Trade Unionists & Socialists Against Cuts (TUSC) party will urge city councillors to rethink cuts when they meet to agree a budget on Wednesday.

TUSC candidate Perry McMillan, anti-cuts campaigner Gavin Marsh and Andrew Howe from Youth Fight will make a deputation to the meeting to oppose cuts of up to £14m proposed this year by ruling Conservatives.

Mr McMillan, a former Labour councillor, said: "Since I was deselected for opposing cuts in 2003 we have had a New Labour run council, a Lib Dem council, a Lib Lab council and finally a Tory run council. All have made cuts.

“If others are not prepared to fight the cuts then stand aside for those who will.”

He said TUSC would be fielding candidates in every ward in local elections in May in support of striking trade unions, in opposition to all cuts, and for a budget to “meet the needs of the many not the millionaires”.

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