SEP European Election Campaign 2014
By Dietmar Henning, 29 September 2015
The Ver.di leadership is haunted by the prospect of younger layers of workers turning away from the unions and escaping their control.
By our reporter, 4 June 2014
Marsden explained that a previous interview demonstrated bias and trivialised “something which is quite serious.”
By Jordan Shilton, 31 May 2014
The most significant result was the collapse of support for the Labour Party and the resignation of its leader.
By Peter Schwarz, 29 May 2014
The SEP and PSG participated in the European elections in order to provide a perspective for the coming class battles and build sections of the International Committee of the Fourth International throughout Europe.
By our correspondents, 29 May 2014
The PSG were the only ones “who focused their election campaign on the danger of war,” a participant told the WSWS.
European election results for the Socialist Equality Party (UK) and Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Germany)
By our correspondent, 29 May 2014
The PSG of Germany received 9,852 votes nationwide, while the SEP (UK) obtained 5,067 votes in Britain’s northwest region.
By Robert Stevens, 28 May 2014
The World Socialist Web Site spoke to Scott Tulloch, who runs a foodbank at Lower Broughton in central Salford about the growth in emergency food aid.
By Alex Lantier, 27 May 2014
The vote does not indicate broad support for the neo-fascists’ anti-immigrant agenda, but the absence of any organization opposed to the ruling Socialist Party from the left.
By our correspondents, 27 May 2014
The Partei für Soziale Gleichheit concluded its European election campaign on Saturday with a well attended meeting in Berlin Tempelhof.
By Chris Marsden, 26 May 2014
Amidst low turnout in European Parliament elections, parties opposed to the EU, nominally on the right and left, benefited from hostility to the austerity measures.
By our reporter, 26 May 2014
German socialist Johannes Stern spoke at both of the Socialist Equality Party’s Eve of Poll meetings in Liverpool and Manchester.
“No more war”
By Werner Siepmann, 24 May 2014
In this video, long-time Socialist Equality Party (PSG) member Werner Siepmann, 83, recounts his memories of the Second World War and calls on workers and young people to take up the fight against militarism.
By our reporters, 24 May 2014
Skelton spoke alongside candidates from the Green Party, Liberal Democrats, Pirate Party, UK Independence Party, English Democrats, Independence from Europe and the fascist British National Party.
By SEP candidate Ajitha Gunaratne, 24 May 2014
The SEP received a warm reception for its campaign against the European Union and for the United Socialist States of Europe.
By our reporter, 23 May 2014
Marsden explained that the SEP “advances a perspective that defends the working class.”
By Ulrich Rippert, 22 May 2014
At the heart of the election campaign of the PSG and the SEP is the fight for a socialist perspective and the construction of a new party of the working class.
By our correspondents, 21 May 2014
Discussions with workers and young people in Leipzig quickly revealed that the threat of war is an issue of great concern to many.
By our reporter, 20 May 2014
Marsden responds to interviewer Stuart George’s questions regarding what the Socialist Equality Party was born out of and what it stood for.
By Verena Nees, 20 May 2014
PSG candidates distributed the party’s European election statement “Fight against war” at the Osram plant in Berlin during a shift change on May 15.
SEP campaign in Liverpool: “I think we need a real left wing party, an alternative to the three main parties”
By our reporters, 19 May 2014
Workers expressed disgust with the right-wing policies of the major parties and concern over events in Ukraine.
By our correspondents, 16 May 2014
The Socialist Equality Party has organized rallies across Berlin under the slogan: “Vote against war—vote PSG!”
By our correspondent, 15 May 2014
The main speaker, Peter Schwarz, secretary of the ICFI, said, “While we are standing candidates in Germany and Britain, our campaign is aimed at all European workers.”
By our reporter, 15 May 2014
Workers and students at the Paris meeting spoke on the danger of war and the need to unite the working class.
By our reporter, 15 May 2014
The working class faces major corporations that operate on a European and indeed global scale, and the only way to combat them is through a united offensive of the working class.
By our correspondents, 14 May 2014
Last Saturday, the PSG’s European election campaign held a rally at Alexanderplatz in Berlin, attracting many passersby.
By Robert Stevens, 14 May 2014
The Socialist Equality Party’s campaign in the North West of England has met a warm response from workers and young people.
By our reporters, 12 May 2014
In light of the criminal drive to war against Russia by US and European imperialism, Skelton called for an end to militarism.
By our correspondents, 12 May 2014
Workers in the German capital discussed the issues in the European elections with Partei für Soziale Gleichheit candidates and supporters.
By our correspondents, 9 May 2014
The PSG is campaigning against the revival of German militarism with street meetings, information stands and election posters.
No to war against Russia! No to austerity! Support the ICFI in the European elections!
8 May 2014
By Ajitha Gunaratne—candidate of the SEP (UK) for the European elections, 6 May 2014
The following statement has been issued by Ajitha Gunaratne, candidate of the Socialist Equality Party for the North West England constituency in the upcoming European elections.
By our reporters, 5 May 2014
The Partei für Soziale Gleichheit has won an important response from workers and young people in its campaign against war and militarism.
By Danny Dickinson—SEP (UK) candidate in the European elections, 2 May 2014
The following appeal for a struggle in defence of Liverpool’s art and culture has been issued by Danny Dickinson, one of the Socialist Equality Party’s candidates for the North West England constituency in the upcoming elections for the European Parliament.
By our correspondents, 30 April 2014
Over the past two weeks, members and supporters of the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit spoke with workers, the unemployed and students in Cologne.
By our correspondent, 29 April 2014
The Socialist Equality Party enters the European election campaign as the only party in Germany opposing the warmongering of the country’s politicians, academics and media.
By our correspondents, 28 April 2014
The Socialist Equality Party in Germany (Partei für Soziale Gleichheit-PSG) released its broadcast for the European elections on Friday.
By SEP candidate Robert Skelton, 24 April 2014
The following statement has been issued by Robert Skelton, candidate of the Socialist Equality Party for the North West England constituency in the upcoming European elections.
By SEP candidate Ajitha Gunaratne, 23 April 2014
SEP candidate Ajitha Gunaratne spoke to workers and youth in Manchester, a city devastated by de-industrialisation and the austerity policies of successive Conservative and Labour governments.
By SEP candidate Danny Dickinson, 21 April 2014
The Socialist Equality Party (UK), together with the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit in Germany, is standing candidates for the elections to the European Parliament.
European election statement of the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Socialist Equality Party of Germany)
18 April 2014
The PSG is the only party that opposes the revival of German militarism. All other parties are conspiring against the population, which is broadly opposed to militaristic great-power politics.
By Paul Mitchell, 17 April 2014
SEP National Secretary Chris Marsden told the first European election meeting, “Our programme has stood the test of time. We ask you not just to vote for us, but to join and help build the SEP.”
By our reporters, 17 April 2014
The World Socialist Web Site spoke to several members of the audience at the SEP European election meeting in the North West England constituency.
By Julie Hyland, 3 April 2014
Covering the birthplace of the industrial revolution, the North West has been decimated by the de-industrialisation and austerity policies of successive Conservative and Labour governments.
Socialist Equality Party European election campaign finds support in German state of North Rhine-Westphalia
By Elisabeth Zimmermann, 13 February 2014
In recent weeks, some 900 registered voters have signed up to support the participation of the German Trotskyists in the European elections.
By our correspondents, 27 January 2014
Those who spoke to the SEP said there was no one in the establishment parties who represented them.
By our correspondent, 16 January 2014
The Socialist Equality Party-Germany (Partei für Soziale Gleichheit, PSG) is standing candidates in the European election due to take place on May 25, 2014.
By our correspondent, 15 January 2014
In Berlin and Leipzig, campaign teams spoke to workers and youth at job centers, shopping centers and universities, discussing a socialist and internationalist program in the European elections.
Statement by the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit and Socialist Equality Party (UK) on the 2014 European Elections
10 January 2014
The Partei für Soziale Gleichheit and Socialist Equality Party (UK) seek to mobilise a mass political and social movement of the European working class against big business, its parties and its governments.