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If you think all the big political parties are the same - you're right! The bosses have got three parties - isn't it about time we had one of our own?

 

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No to the parties of war & occupation!

Build a new workers' party!

On 20th September the New Labour conference in Manchester will be 'welcomed' by a big anti-war demonstration. Called by the Stop the War Coalition, the demo will assemble 12.30 at All Saints Park on Oxford Rd., just south of the city centre, and march past the conference to the Castlefield arena. There will be a CNWP meeting immediately after the demo in the Scubar pub, just off Grosvenor St by the Aquatics Centre at All Saints. For more information or directions email cnwp-manchester@hotmail.co.uk. Labour's conference has cost us over £6million in council tax for the policing - let's let them know what we think of that!!
 

None of the establishment parties call for:

Troops out now!

We need a new mass party that's:

For the millions, not the millionaires!

Anti-war, anti-cuts, anti-privatisation!

Five years ago, millions of ordinary people took to the streets of London in opposition to the threatened invasion of Iraq. Tens of thousands of Labour Party members tore up their party cards in disgust at Blair & Brown’s actions. It's not just the war that repels people; on the question of public services, pay, union rights, pensions, council housing and much more, the Blair-Brown axis has overseen a fundamental change in the nature of the Labour party. Bluntly, it's now a party for big business and the super rich.

The big anti-war demo on February 15 2003 offered a chance to redress the balance in British politics - if the call had been put out to launch an anti-war, anti-privatisation, pro-public services party from the platform, then on that day alone tens, if not hundreds, of thousands would have signed up. Unfortunately, this was a missed opportunity, but the fight for such a party is still going on.

A new mass party that stood for the millions, not the millionaires would be a powerful ally to the anti-war movement and also act as a focal point for struggle against cuts, privatisation and all the other attacks that we face.

It seems simple really: if the bosses have now got three parties, isn't it about time we had one of our own? If you agree, sign up to the Campaign for a New Workers’ Party today.

 

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