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Green Party included in Election Book Series: Why Vote Green 2015

Press Release: originally posted here. The Green Party is pleased to announce its inclusion in the Why Vote book series, aimed at introducing the general reader to party policies ahead of the general election 2015. In the Greens’ edition, out

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Posted in Climate Change, Cuts, Democratic Politics, Elections, Green Economics, International, Society, Transport

Occupy Democracy: The Battle for Tarpaulin

Citizens, democrats, believers in civil liberty – all are perfectly right to get worked up over the ruse of police to confiscate tarpaulin from the hands of protesters in Parliament Square. In my visit – sorry, I was not one

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Posted in Democratic Politics, Society

The Politics of Imagination: Green Party Empowered by Conference Speech

Why This Speech Now I was especially looking forward to Green Party Autumn 2014 conference at Aston university, 5-8 September. This was the party’s opportunity to hear from the newly elected Deputy Leaders, Amelia Womack and myself. We had been

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Posted in Climate Change, Democratic Politics, Elections, Society

Brent Times Letter of the Week: We must stand United against this affront to Civil Society

Click to enlarge or Text only below: The Green Party shares the dismay of community and borough leaders and residents at the tactics deployed by UK Borders Agency teams in Kensal Green and Cricklewood. Home Office Minister Mark Harper subsequently

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Posted in Democratic Politics, Society

Green Deal Nigeria vs Success [sic] Summit

On 10 November, I attended a highly stimulating meeting organised by Jean Lambert MEP and Heinrich Boll Stiftung. Green Deal Nigeria is an inspiring sustainable development project that came out of the Occupy movement in Nigeria. There was a felt

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Posted in Green Economics, Society

Representing the Greens at Evangelical Cathedral

On 27 October 2012, I represented the Green Party at the inauguration of an Evangelical Cathedral in Norwood. Religious sceptics might ask, What were we doing at such a meeting? Well, we received an invitation from the Ibero American Alliance

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