|Socialist Workers Party|
Trade Union Congress
|Headquarters||London, England, Great Britain|
|Newspaper||The Socialist Worker|
|Student wing||Student Workers|
|Political position||Far Left|
|International affiliation||Socialist International|
|Official colours||Red, Blue|
|House of Representatives|
The Socialist Workers Party follows an ideology of Socialism, Democracy, Civic Nationalism and Social Justice, focusing on Workers Rights, Income Equality, Civil Liberties and Trade Unionism. The party works closely with its affiliate organisation, the Trade Union Coalition, who is one of the party's main sources of funding. Due to this, the TUC has a significant amount of influence of the political process in Great Britain.
The Socialist Workers Party has been in government continually since 1992. This has lead to Great Britain often being said to be a dominant single party government, because for the forseeable future, the Socialist Workers Party is the only political party that is likely to be able to form a government. The party regularly gains three quarters of the seats in the House of Representatives, with other 62% of the vote share regularly mustered by the party.