Ken Capstick from the Socialist Labour Party and Colin Fox from the Scottish Socialist Party
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Election 2015 smaller parties: Socialist Labour and Scottish Socialist

The Socialist Labour Party traces its roots back to the 1984-5 Miner's Strike and what it believes is the movement of solidarity that it inspired.

It will be fielding eight candidates in this election - all of which are standing in Wales.

Scottish Socialist Party believe in an independent, socialist Scotland and was one of the three parties in the Yes campaign for an independent Scotland.

They will have four candidates standing in this election - all of whom are standing in Scotland.

Ken Capstick from the Socialist Labour Party, and Colin Fox from the Scottish Socialist Party, spoke to Andrew Neil about their push for votes.

This is one of a series of interviews with 22 smaller parties contesting seats at the 2015 general election.

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