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Preston Library meeting: Impassioned, Intemperate and In Pictures

On 7 May 2014, residents and politicians and would-be elected converged on St Erconwald Church to debate whether a rescue package could be found for Preston library under any future council regime. The following speakers were taken in turn: Paul

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Posted in Democratic Politics, Elections, Photographs

Brent and Harrow Greens: Your Chance to Change Your Chambers

On 22 May 2014, the Green Party is contesting wards across Brent and Harrow. Green Party local election candidates from all walks of life and backgrounds, and from across the generations, today gathered at the front of the monolith of

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Brent Greens in Willesden Green: Conversation with Electors

On 19 April 2014, Brent Greens were out in force in Willesden Green. Many electors stopped by our stalls to pick up materials and for political discussion.

Posted in Democratic Politics, Elections, Willesden Green

Harrow Greens announce lead candidates: for a Just Society and Sustainable Planet

On 13 April 2014, on the eve of the opening of official nominations, Harrow Greens announced their lead candidates for the local elections on 22 May. The Green Party today announced candidates in the following wards: Greenhill – Madeleine Lauder-Atkins,

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Labour Selects Butler: “New Labour Blast from the Past”

Reacting to today’s news (Wembley Matters) that Brent Labour Party had selected Dawn Butler to fight Brent Central in 2015, Shahrar Ali, The Green’s candidate in 2010, said: “Labour’s selection of Dawn Butler to fight the Brent Central seat is

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Shahrar Ali Letter in Evening Standard: Brent Central hopefuls and Labour’s record

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Croydon North byelection: Campaign Trail and Grasshopper

Croydon Greens were out in force at the weekend and I joined them for a couple of hours canvassing. The neighbourhood I walked was pretty receptive and I was delighted to discover that some voters had already heard of the

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