The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition's candidate for Ealing North says he will be the only one in complete opposition to all cuts and austerity battling for the seat.
The political organisation is standing over 100 parliamentary candidates and up to 1,000 local election candidates on May 7.
Their coalition is made up of the Rail Maritime and Transport workers’ union (RMT), socialist organisations and a number of other prominent trade unionists, local councillors and community campaigners.
David Hofman, a long-standing local, socialist activist, will be contesting the Ealing North parliamentary seat in this year's upcoming elections.
Mr Hofman believes ordinary people should not have to pay for a crisis not of their making.
He said: "The notion of ‘reasonable’ as opposed to ‘excessive’ profiteering has no more meaning than the idea of ‘affordable housing’. There is no place at all in the NHS for the private sector, which pockets £18m every day from NHS contracts.
"Care must be provided on the basis of human need, not profit.
"All cuts and closures (such as Ealing Hospital’s maternity unit) must be reversed. A minimum wage of £10 per hour would help attract the staff required to give a decent level of care.
"Where would the money come from? Every year £120bn of potential tax receipts are hoarded by big business. This sum alone would not only save our NHS, it would make cuts unnecessary in every sector."