The RESPECT Party
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- ▼ 2010 (38)
Tuesday, 6 April 2010
So it’s not surprising that each of them is planning massive cuts to public services if they win the next election. The Chancellor, Alistair Darling, promises cuts that will be “deeper and tougher” than those carried out by Margaret Thatcher in the early 1980s.
Those cuts, we should remember, led to city after city in Britain becoming industrial ghost-towns, as millions were thrown on the scrap heap of the dole. Meanwhile from Toxteth to St Pauls, Brixton to Handsworth our inner cities burned as riots erupted out of anger and frustration.
So we have Labour’s manifesto in a nutshell. ‘A future fair for all’ translates as vote for us and we’ll deliver cuts deeper and tougher than the axe woman herself.
Welcome to the website of Greater Manchester Respect Party. Respect stands for peace, justice and equality. When the three old parties unite to demand cuts in public spending Respect stands up for investment in new green jobs and defending public services.