The campers’ banners in Finsbury Square and in other cities around the world remind us, in case we need reminding, that for too many people unfettered capitalism simply isn’t working ("Occupy Finsbury Square - Night at the protest camp" Tribune 28th October and "We'll stay as long as it takes, say Finsbury Square protesters" Gazette 27th October). Too many decisions in the UK are made to help somebody make more money rather than to benefit the country or the community. The UK Uncut campaign points out that the current government cuts will undermine a generation to pay for the irresponsibility and tax-dodging of the very rich, and, as it happens, that campaign started life in Islington’s St Mary’s ward, where there will be a by-election next week. Islington Green Party would urge St Mary’s voters, before they put an X in the box, to think about which parties would rather cosy up to big business than regulate it or which think economics should be made to work for people rather than the other way round. The campers’ banners also say “Another world is possible”. The Green Party would agree!