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Nick Auvache

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Nick Auvache was the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate in Seven Sisters in the Haringey local election. Our volunteers have been adding information on Nick Auvache - here's everything we know so far!

Statement to voters

Let’s turn Jeremy Corbyn’s words against austerity into action in Haringey!

TUSC candidates are trade unionists, anti-cuts campaigners and Socialist Party members.

We support Jeremy Corbyn and his anti-austerity manifesto, and we will work alongside any Haringey Labour councillor who wants to put those ideas into practice in Haringey Town Hall.

There has been a change inside Haringey Labour Party. Now there is a chance to fight for a no-cuts council that ends the cuts and privatisation that has blighted Haringey for years. But Seven Sisters Labour candidates are right-wing, pro-austerity candidates who will carry on with Tory cuts and privatisation.

STOP THE HDV! STOP THE CUTS!

We will fight to:
Stop all cuts to council services and jobs
Reverse cuts to youth services & reopen youth centres
Refuse to increase council tax, rent or service charges to make up for government cuts
Stop privatisation & bring services back in-house
Save Osborne Grove, Haringey’s last remaining publicly-owned nursing home
Stop redevelopment of Wards Corner without social housing and safeguarding the ‘Latin American Corner’ local businesses
Stop the privatisation of Ermine Community Hub in Seven Sisters for adults with learning disabilities and autism
Build a mass campaign involving trade unions, anti-HDV and anti-austerity campaigns to claw back the £155m taken from Haringey by central government.

WE NEED SOCIALIST POLICIES FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL – NOT THE BILLIONAIRES!

NICK AUVACHE is an active trade unionist and a member of the Socialist Party. He has been active in the Labour Movement for over 30 years and has stood for TUSC previously. He has campaigned against the HDV and cuts in Haringey. As a Unite Rep he has also campaigned against cuts in other boroughs in particular where this has affected housing workers. Having lived in Spain for many years, where he also worked for and alongside the trade union movement, he is keen to build solidarity amongst workers, especially across Europe, in opposition to the policies of austerity and privatisation.

This statement was added by Nick Auvache, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Local hustings

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(Past event) Wednesday 25 April 2018 19:00–22:00: Queer Question Time- North London, Herr Upstairs, 18 Kentish Road NW1 9NX.

(Past event) Friday 20 April 2018 19:30–21:30: Housing, Health and Environment Hustings, Park View School, West Green Road N15 3QR.

(Past event) Thursday 19 April 2018 19:30: Local Election Environmental Hustings, The Green Rooms, 13-27 Station Road, Wood Green N22 6UW.

(Past event) Tuesday 17 April 2018 18:00–21:00: Haringey TUC Local Election Question Time, Wood Green Social Club, 3-4 Stuart Crescent N22 5NJ.

Previous elections

This candidate has previously stood for election in:

  • 2018: The Haringey local election, as the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for the Seven Sisters

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