Defend our fire service – support the fire-fighters!

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Harrogate Socialists campaigned in the town centre today against the planned cuts to the fire service in North Yorkshire.

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The cuts proposed by North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service will affect fire stations in Harrogate, Ripon, Tadcaster, Scarborough, Northallerton and Malton:

  • Full-time fire-fighters are to be reduced by over 25%
  • Immediate high-rise rescue capabilities for hotels & businesses will be lost
  • The number of fire engines in Harrogate are to be halved
  • 46 immediate response fire engines will be reduced to 27 in an already over-stretched service
  • Emergency response times will be increased, putting both the public and fire-fighters at risk

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Simon Wall (Brigade Chair, North Yorkshire FBU) joins Harrogate Socialists on today’s street stall

The proposed cuts are now subject to a public consultation. To participate in the consultation see the following survey by North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FCRhaveyoursay

The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) have also launched a website to highlight the detrimental impact of the cuts and the threat posed to public safety:

http://www.no2firecuts.com/

The website includes a link to an E petition which will go to the Fire Authority members and Andrew Jones MP.

Harrogate Socialist Party street stall – Saturday 19th September

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Harrogate Socialists are holding a further street stall in support of the FBU on Saturday 19th September. The stall will take place on Cambridge Street (near Primark) in the town centre, beginning at 11.00 and finishing around 1.00. All welcome!

Facts before Fracks – Public Meeting, Thursday 17th September

Licences to frack have recently been applied for in large areas of North Yorkshire. It is possible that Harrogate will be included in the next round of licensing applications.

There will be a public meeting in Harrogate about the dangers of fracking on Thursday 17th September. The venue is the Friends Meeting House, 12a Queen Parade, Harrogate, HG1 5PP, starting 7.00 pm. All welcome!

The meeting has been organised by Frack Free Harrogate – https://www.facebook.com/groups/FrackFreeHarrogateDistrict/

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Council Tax Up, North Yorkshire Fire Service Cut!

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Please see below an update from North Yorkshire Fire Brigades Union (FBU) about the campaign against the cuts to our fire service. There is a petition to sign and a link to the North Yorkshire Fire services consultation questionnaire, which everyone should fill in. Please share widely!

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Council Tax Up, North Yorkshire Fire Service Cut! – An update from the FBU

Dear Friends,

Firstly, thank you for signing our online petition. We now need to spread the word far and wide about these dangerous cuts to North Yorkshire Fire service. We need everyone who has signed the petition to share the link with all there email contacts, Facebook Friends and Twitter followers. We need this petition to snowball.

The link is: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/p/no2firecuts

North Yorkshire Fire service are currently consulting the public about these cuts. Unfortunately we feel they are not doing a very good job of spreading the word.

With this in mind we created www.no2firecuts.com

We ask you to click on any of the stations in question, watch a short video explaining the cuts. Once you have done this follow the link to North Yorkshire Fire services consultation questionnaire. This is how you tell them you don’t want to pay more council tax to then have your fire engines cut.

Please disagree with all the changes at all the stations. If they need to save money they should find a way to do it that does not affect emergency response to the public of North Yorkshire!

Did you know the Chief Fire officer in North Yorkshire earns more than the Prime Minister? Yorkshire and Humberside has 4 Chief fire officers. There are 46 Fire and rescue services in the UK all with Chief Fire officers!

This is your Fire Service, please share the petition link https://you.38degrees.org.uk/p/no2firecuts and the www.no2firecuts.com link with everyone you know.

It doesn’t matter what part of North Yorkshire you live everybody will be affected as a result of these cuts.

Together we can stop this

https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/stop-the-unnecessary-and-dangerous-cuts-to-north-yorkshire-fire-service

Thanks

Steve Howley, North Yorkshire FBU

Support the fire-fighters – Stop the cuts!

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Fire stations across North Yorkshire are facing huge cuts as part of the “Fire Cover Review” proposed by North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

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The cuts will have a major detrimental impact on both fire-fighter and public safety, with reductions to the number of full-time fire-fighters and some fire engines replaced with smaller response vehicles. The cuts will affect fire stations in Harrogate, Ripon, Tadcaster, Scarborough, Northallerton and Malton.

The proposed cuts include:

  • 6 front-line fire engines to be replaced with smaller Tactical Response Vehicles carrying less fire-fighters and equipment.
  • A reduction of more than 40 full-time fire-fighters. This is on top of 50 posts lost since 2010. This equates to 20% of operational staff in the region and does not include the 200 part-time fire-fighters who have resigned in the same time period.
  • A further reduction from 46 to 27 in the number of fire engines that respond to incidents in under 5 minutes. Between 8 and 13 fire engines are currently unavailable to respond to incidents on a daily basis due to problems with recruiting and retaining part-time fire-fighters. Managers have already agreed locally to extend response times – before any further reductions in frontline services and without scrutiny by the public or fire-fighters.

Owen Hayward, Head of Risk Management at the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, stated earlier this year that any changes would be made in a “sensible and safe manner.” However, what is “sensible and safe” about cutting the number of fire-fighters, reducing the number of fire engines and increasing response times?

North Yorkshire is already a difficult area to cover for our fire service with a population of 1.2 million and a large network of country roads. Road traffic collisions and property fires have not reduced and there has been an increase in fire deaths this year. The North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service proposals will seriously compromise both fire-fighter and public safety.

Make your voice heard – defend our fire service!

The proposed cuts are now subject to a public consultation. The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) have launched the following website to highlight how public and fire-fighter safety will be affected:

http://www.no2firecuts.com/

The website includes a link to an E petition which will go to the Fire Authority members and Andrew Jones MP.

To participate in the public consultation see the following survey by North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FCRhaveyoursay

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Save our fire service – Harrogate Socialist Party Meeting, 8th September

Simon Wall, Brigade Chair of the FBU in North Yorkshire, will be speaking at our next meeting about the FBU campaign to defend our fire service.

The meeting will be on Tuesday 8th September, starting 7.45 pm. All welcome!

Note that we now have a new venue for meetings: St. Robert’s Club, Robert Street (opposite Waitrose), Harrogate, HG1 1HP

Harrogate Socialist Party will be campaigning in support of the FBU during the public consultation. If you would like to get involved in the campaign to defend our fire service then contact: harrogatesocialists[at]gmail.com

Rejecting the Tory austerity budget

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Harrogate Socialists were campaigning in the town centre yesterday against the Tory austerity budget.

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  • No cuts to Working Tax Credits
  • Protect the Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
  • Stop welfare cuts – cap rents not benefits!
  • Fight poverty pay! – raise the minimum wage to £10 an hour now; scrap zero-hour contracts

This budget has cut almost £13 billion a year from welfare, adding to the pressure on claimants and job-seekers. In-work benefits have been slashed, with an estimated 45% of families’ worse off as a result of cuts to Working Tax Credit. Employment and Support Allowance to severely disabled people and the long term sick has been cut by £30 a week, while housing benefit has been abolished for 18 to 21 year-olds.

However, it’s a different story for Osborne’s big business friends with corporation tax being reduced to 19% in 2017 and 18% in 2020. Raising the annual income threshold at which tax starts to £11,000 is welcome. However, this measure does not give more to lowest paid workers but puts the same tax-free earnings sum into the pockets of all earners, including the richest.

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For further budget analysis see the following article from The Socialist, the weekly newspaper of the Socialist Party:

http://www.socialistparty.org.uk/issue/864/21059/15-07-2015/fightback-essential-following-osbornes-hatchet-budget

Save our fire service: the fight against the Fire Cover Review

The threat to our local fire service from the Fire Cover Review was highlighted in this week’s Harrogate Advertiser.

The cuts proposed by the Review will see a reduction in the number of full-time fire-fighters and some engines replaced with smaller response vehicles. The full article is available here:

http://www.harrogateadvertiser.co.uk/news/local/union-fears-over-the-future-of-fire-stations-1-7338455

The proposed cuts are now subject to a public consultation. The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) are leading the campaign across North Yorkshire to prevent the downgrading of our fire service and defend jobs. If you would like to get involved in the campaign and support the FBU in the region, then contact: harrogatesocialists[at]gmail.com

Harrogate Socialist Party – Branch meeting, Tuesday 4th August

Our next branch meeting will be on Tuesday 4th August. The meeting starts at 7.45 pm. All welcome! 

Note that we now have a new venue for meetings: St. Robert’s Club, Robert Street (opposite Waitrose), Harrogate, HG1 1HP

Fighting back against austerity

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Hundreds of thousands took to the streets on the recent anti-austerity demonstrations across Britain. However, the Tories are now planning further cuts of £13 billion over the next two years. This is on top of the previously announced £12 billion in welfare cuts, including the slashing of Child Tax Credits.

Harrogate Socialists campaigned in the town centre today against austerity and Tory cuts to jobs and services.

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We distributed leaflets calling for a minimum wage of £10 an hour and organised a petition containing the following demands:

  • For secure jobs with guaranteed hours – Scrap zero-hour contracts
  • For a minimum wage we can live on – £10 an hour minimum wage with no youth exemptions
  • Stop welfare cuts – no compulsory workfare for 18-21 year olds; defend housing benefit
  • Trade union rights for all – repeal the anti-trade union laws

Five million workers in Britain are now classified as low-paid, earning less than £7.71 an hour. A minimum wage of £10 an hour would lift millions out of poverty, reducing the need to claim tax credits and housing benefit. The Trades Union Congress (TUC) is also committed to campaigning for a £10 an hour minimum wage, following a resolution last year that was moved by the Bakers’ Union (BFAWU).

For further analysis on how we can defeat austerity and fight for a genuine living wage and secure employment, see the following articles from The Socialist, the weekly newspaper of the Socialist Party:

How can we stop austerity? http://www.socialistparty.org.uk/articles/20918

Low pay? No way! – http://www.socialistparty.org.uk/issue/851/20448/08-04-2015/low-pay-no-way

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Save our fire service: the fight against the Fire Cover Review

Over 50 firefighters and supporters demonstrated in Easingwold, North Yorkshire on Wednesday 24th June against proposed cuts of £1.3 million to the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

For a report on the demonstration, see the following article from the Socialist Party website:

http://www.socialistparty.org.uk/articles/20986

The demonstration is the beginning of a campaign across North Yorkshire against the proposed cuts. If you would like to get involved in the campaign and support the Fire Brigades Union in the region, then contact: harrogatesocialists[at]gmail.com 

Harrogate Socialist Party – Branch meeting, Tuesday 7th July

Our next branch meeting will be on Tuesday 7th July where we will be discussing the recent growth of socialism in the United States. The meeting starts at 7.45 pm. All welcome! 

Note that we now have a new venue for meetings: St. Robert’s Club, Robert Street (opposite Waitrose), Harrogate, HG1 1HP

Socialist Alternative (our sister party in the U.S.) organised a grassroots campaign in 2013 which resulted in the election of the first socialist in 100 years. Kshama Sawant was elected with almost 100,000 votes to the Seattle City Council. At the same time, another Socialist Alternative candidate, Ty Moore, came within 229 votes of being elected to the Minneapolis City Council. Once Kshama was elected, the momentum from her victory was used to build “$15 Now”, a grassroots organisation which helped to secure the highest minimum wage in the country at that time.

For further information about the growth of Socialist Alternative in the United States, see the following websites:

http://www.socialistalternative.org/

http://kshamasawant.org/

Join the socialists! – campaigning to end our housing crisis

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Harrogate Socialists were campaigning in the town centre yesterday against the deepening housing crisis in the district. Almost 2000 people are on Harrogate’s council house waiting list and 60 households are in temporary accommodation. Private sector rents continue to increase while the average house price in Harrogate is now 12.5 times higher than the average income.

The scale of the housing crisis was reflected in the response to our campaign stall and petition. One woman who supported our stall was paying £800 per month in rent for a house with increasing structural problems caused by damp. Her landlord has labelled her a “troublemaker” for raising complaints and is refusing to deal with the problem.

The response of Harrogate Borough Council to the crisis in the district is to build a total of 2 new council houses! This is in spite of council housing stock shrinking by 3,384 homes (47%) due to the right-to-buy legislation. In the recent elections, there was much hand-wringing from the establishment parties over the need for “affordable” homes. However, what “affordable” actually means and how any new housing will be funded was never defined.

From a socialist perspective, dealing with the housing crisis effectively means rejecting reliance on the capitalist market. Under capitalism, the housing market is nothing more than a cash cow for the rich. The re-election of the Tories will see the extension of the ‘right to buy’ law to 1.3 million tenants in housing associations. Many of these sell-offs will no doubt end up in the hands of private landlords, as happened with council house sales.

The Socialist Party are campaigning on the following policies to end our housing crisis:

  • Cap rents – introduce a private sector rent cap. A compulsory register should be set up for private landlords. Democratic rent councils should determine fair rents in every area and stop landlords overcharging tenants
  • End subsidies to private landlords – private landlords receive subsidies from the taxpayer of nearly £27 billion a year. That’s £1,000 for every household in the country! Over £9 billion of housing benefit goes directly to landlords.
  • Build council housing – scarcity of affordable housing is an ideal environment for bad landlords. Councils in England are sitting on enough brownfield land to build a million decent council homes. The ‘big four’ property developers are sitting on enough land to immediately build 1.4 million homes.
  • Nationalise the giant construction companies – Nationalising brownfield land and the biggest construction companies would enable high quality council homes to be built on an environmentally sustainable basis  

We say – don’t mourn over the election results! Join us and fight for a socialist alternative to austerity!

If you would like to find out more about the Socialist Party, contact harrogatesocialists[at]gmail.com

Harrogate Socialist Party – forthcoming branch meetings

Tuesday 2nd June – Save our fire service! – the fight against the Fire Cover Review in North Yorkshire

Speaker: Simon Wall (Brigade Chair, North Yorkshire Fire Brigades Union)

Tuesday 23rd June – The case for a republic in Britain

Speaker: Mark Sutton (Republic campaign group)

Tuesday 7th July – Socialism in the United States

Speaker: Manny Dominguez (Leeds Socialist Party)

Meetings start at 7.30pm. All welcome!

Note that we now have a new venue for meetings: St. Robert’s Club, Robert Street (opposite Waitrose), Harrogate, HG1 1HP

Knaresborough street stall, Saturday 23rd May

Harrogate Socialists are holding a street stall in Knaresborough on Saturday 23rd May on housing. We are meeting at 11.00 in the Market Place. All welcome!   

60 votes for TUSC in High Harrogate

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Paul Viney, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidate for High Harrogate, won 60 votes (2%) in the local council elections. This compares with 66 votes (4.5%) in the same ward in 2014.

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Paul Viney (right), with Socialist Party members and TUSC supporters, campaigning in High Harrogate

Paul says: “TUSC represented the only real voice against austerity in these elections. Although we were not able to increase our vote in Harrogate this time, I would like to thank all those who voted for me and supported our campaign.

Some parties made references to “fairer cuts” and “affordable housing” during the course of the election, but never defined what “fair” and “affordable” actually mean in practice. It was only TUSC who stated that councillors do have a choice and can set an alternative “people’s budget” which defends local jobs and services. TUSC was the only party to call for an end to Harrogate’s housing crisis by establishing a local rent council and a rent cap, setting up a not-for-profit council-run letting agency and a mass programme of council house building. We will continue to fight for a genuine alternative to the austerity of the establishment parties and stop the cost of central government cuts being passed on to our communities.”

Nationally, there was good news from Southampton where Councillor Don Thomas, a TUSC supporter who was expelled from the Labour Party for opposing the cuts, won his council seat with 2,500 votes, a majority of 1,000. For further analysis of the national and local elections, see the following articles:

http://www.socialistparty.org.uk/articles/20668/08-05-2015/after-labours-failure-to-defeat-the-tories-help-build-fightback-against-austerity

http://www.tusc.org.uk/17091/08-05-2015/results-still-coming-in-but-tusc-set-to-poll-100000-votes-for-bold-no-cuts-message

Save our fire service!

North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service have proposed a number of cuts to local fire services, including reducing the number of fire-engines, potential reductions in front-line fire-fighters and no guarantees over redundancies. There are also plans to increase turnout times from 5 minutes to 15 minutes and up to 1 hour in certain areas.

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Paul Viney (left) with Simon Wall, FBU Brigade Chair for North Yorkshire

TUSC are campaigning with the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) to defend our local fire service. Our next meeting is Tuesday 12th May where we will be discussing the next steps in the campaign, along with the election results. The venue is the Stone Beck pub on Jenny Field Drive. The meeting will start at 7.30pm. All welcome!

If you are unable to attend the meeting but would like to support the TUSC/FBU campaign to defend our fire service, please contact harrogatesocialists[at]gmail.com

 

Vote Paul Viney on 7th May! – TUSC candidate statement for High Harrogate

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Candidates for the Harrogate Borough Council elections on Thursday 7th May were asked to submit a 150-word statement on themselves and their policies for inclusion in the Harrogate Advertiser.

Paul Viney’s statement was included in this week’s edition of the paper and can be read below.

Paul Viney – Trade Unionist & Socialist Coalition (TUSC)

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I am a retired carpenter and trade union shop steward and have lived in Harrogate for 36 years.

Almost 2000 people are on Harrogate’s council house waiting list and the average house price is 12.5 times higher than the average income. I am campaigning to end Harrogate’s housing crisis by:

  • Building council housing & stopping council house sell-offs
  • Establishing a local rent council to determine fair rents and a rent cap
  • Setting up a council-run not-for-profit letting agency

All the other parties are committed to further austerity. I believe that councillors should refuse to implement the cuts and set an alternative “people’s budget” which meets Harrogate’s needs. Reserves and affordable borrowing should be used to defend local services, while demanding any shortfall back from government.

I support a living wage of £10 an hour and a ban on zero hour contracts for all council workers and contractors.

TUSC leafleting sessions, Harrogate

Many thanks to all those who helped to deliver Paul’s leaflet in the ward. We were able to deliver all the leaflets before the postal votes went out.

Our final leaflet is on housing and calls for the mass building of council homes, rent controls and the abolition of the bedroom tax. We will be delivering this leaflet on the following dates:

Wednesday 29th April – Meet 3.00 pm, outside ASDA

Friday 1st May – Meet 11.00 am, outside ASDA

Sunday 3rd May – Meet 11.00 am, outside ASDA

If you would like to help to deliver the leaflets and support Paul’s campaign to end Harrogate’s housing crisis, contact us at harrogatesocialists[at]gmail.com

May Day March & Rally, Leeds

This year’s May Day march and rally in Leeds is taking place on Saturday 2nd May. The march will assemble at 11.30 outside Leeds Art Gallery. Harrogate Socialists will be travelling to Leeds to participate in the march and are meeting at Harrogate Bus Station at 10.25 on Saturday morning. All welcome!  

Harrogate Socialist Party – Branch Meeting, Tuesday 12th May

Our next meeting is Tuesday May 12th, starting 7.30 pm. We will be discussing the election results and the next steps in the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) campaign against the proposed cuts to fire services in North Yorkshire.

The venue is the Stone Beck pub, Jenny Field Drive, Harrogate, HG3 2XQ. All welcome!

End Harrogate’s housing crisis – Build council housing! Cap rents!

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Harrogate Socialists and supporters of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) were campaigning in the town centre today for rent controls and a programme of council house building in the district.

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Harrogate’s housing crisis  

Almost 2000 people are on Harrogate’s council house waiting list and 60 households are in temporary accommodation. Harrogate Borough Council has built only 310 houses since 1980, while council housing stock has shrunk by 47% due to the right-to-buy legislation. Private sector rents continue to increase while the average house price in Harrogate is now 12.5 times higher than the average income.

Mighty oaks from little acorns grow!  

However, the response of the council to this housing crisis is to build a total of 2 new council houses! Harrogate Borough Council say this is a “pilot scheme” which “could see 50 new affordable homes being built on its land over the next few years” – not even enough homes to house the families currently in temporary accommodation!

Tory councillor Mike Chambers stated that “mighty oaks from little acorns grow” and is “hopeful” that “over the course of time” the council “will be able to provide new council housing across the district”! We presume that councillor Chambers is not on the council house waiting list or in temporary accommodation?

Vote Paul Viney on Thursday 7th May!

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Paul Viney is standing for TUSC in the High Harrogate ward in the Borough Council elections on Thursday 7th May. Paul is campaigning on the following policies to end Harrogate’s housing crisis:

  • Build council housing – use council reserves, underspends & affordable borrowing for a mass programme of council house building
  • Stop council house sell-offs – compulsory purchase powers should also be used on empty properties to create council housing
  • Cap rents – introduce a private sector rent cap. A compulsory register should be set up for private landlords
  • Establish a local rent council to determine fair levels of rent
  • Set up a council-run not-for-profit letting agency
  • Axe the bedroom tax – no evictions for rent arrears due to the tax or austerity cuts

If you would you like to help with Paul’s campaign for council housing and rent controls in Harrogate, please contact harrogatesocialists[at]gmail.com

For a socialist perspective on housing, see the following article from The Socialist, the weekly newspaper of the Socialist Party:

http://www.socialistparty.org.uk/articles/20536/15-04-2015/we-can-end-the-housing-crisis  

Knaresborough Street Stall – Saturday 25th April

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Harrogate Socialists and TUSC supporters are holding a street stall in Knaresborough on Saturday 25th April. We are meeting at 12.00 at the Market Place. All welcome!

Harrogate Socialist Party – Branch Meeting, Tuesday 12th May

Our next meeting is Tuesday May 12th, starting 7.30 pm. The venue is the Stone Beck pub, Jenny Field Drive, Harrogate, HG3 2XQ. All welcome!

Vote TUSC – a voice for the 99% in Harrogate!

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Harrogate Socialists were campaigning today on behalf of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC). Paul Viney is standing as the TUSC candidate in the High Harrogate ward for the Borough Council elections on May 7th.

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Paul is the only candidate campaigning for Harrogate Borough Council to set a budget which meets people’s needs and not pass on the cost of central government cuts to our community. The council had an underspend of around £1.4 million in 2014/15 and by councillors own admission is “flush” with reserves. Paul is calling for the underspend and reserves to be invested in local jobs and services, alongside a broad community campaign to demand that central government makes up any shortfall in funding.

Affordable housing for Harrogate!

Almost 2000 people are on Harrogate’s council house waiting list yet new council houses have not been built in the borough for over 30 years. However, Harrogate Borough Council announced in March that it was going to build a grand total of 2 new council houses! Paul is campaigning on the following policies to end Harrogate’s housing crisis:

  • Build council housing – use council reserves, underspends & affordable borrowing for a mass programme of council house building
  • Stop council house sell-offs – compulsory purchase powers should also be used on empty properties to create council housing
  • Cap rents – introduce a private sector rent cap. A compulsory register should be set up for private landlords
  • Establish a local rent council to determine fair levels of rent
  • Set up a council-run not-for-profit letting agency
  • Axe the bedroom tax – no evictions for rent arrears due to the tax or austerity cuts

TUSC 5-point pledge

TUSC are standing in 135 parliamentary seats and 650 council seats across England, Scotland and Wales. The TUSC 5-point election pledge provides a genuine alternative to the pro-austerity establishment parties:

1. End cuts and austerity. For a democratic socialist society run in the interests of the millions and not the billionaires

2.Trade union rights to fight low pay. £10 an hour minimum wage now, scrap zero hour contracts

3. Scrap student fees. Free education as a right for all

4. For democratic public ownership of our NHS, railways, public services, utilities and banks

5. A mass council home building programme and immediate introduction of rent controls

For the BBC’s report of the TUSC campaign launch, see:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2015-32254035

For full details of the TUSC election campaign see:

http://tusc2015.com/