Famous, local, radical punk-poet “Attila the Stockbroker” to vote No2EU-Yes to democracy on 4 June
Well-known Southwick-based radical punk-poet Attila the Stockbroker has declared he will be voting for No2EU–Yes to Democracy at the European elections on 4 June.
In a statement, he said: "People should vote for any of the progressive alternatives – to register disgust at the pigs in the trough and to stop the BNP.
"I’ll be voting No2EU because I am nauseated by the way that the noble sentiments of internationalism are being channelled, via the EU, into a bosses’ charter for cheap labour."
No2EU–Yes to Democracy is a left-wing EU-critical alliance formed to contest the Euro-elections by trade unionists, socialists and other campaigners. Standing a full list of candidates in every constituency across England, Wales and Scotland, No2EU is headed in the South East by former Labour Party councillor Dave Hill, who said: "We welcome the support of Attila the Stockbroker for the stand we are making – against the gravy train and in favour of workers’ rights and conditions, and against the EU-driven agenda of privatisation and the race to the bottom."