Dave Nellist on the Trade Union and Socialist Coalition

The Trade Union and Socialist Coalition was founded by the Socialist Party sister sections in England, Wales and Scotland as well as the Rail, Maritime and Transport workers union (RMT) and a number of other political groups.

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