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Green Party Launch 2015 General Election Campaign

Green Party Launch 2015 General Election Campaign

The Green Party today announced its largest ever slate of candidates for Parliament and six key themes for the 2015 General Election campaign.

Green Group statement on Bristol Councils austerity budget

Green Group statement on Bristol Council's 'austerity' budget

Bristol Council's 2015/16 'austerity’ budget: hurting the most vulnerable and reducing public services.

Greens throw support behind Tax Dodging Bill

Greens throw support behind Tax Dodging Bill

In the wake of the HSBC, Swiss Leaks and LuxLeaks tax avoidance scandals the Green Party has pledged to introduce a Tax Dodging Bill in the first 100 days after the election.

Carbon bubble could be the next financial crisis

‘Carbon bubble’ could be the next financial crisis

Greens are using Global Divestment Day to sound a warning over the so called ‘carbon bubble’.

500000 social rented homes by 2020

500,000 social rented homes by 2020

A lack of affordable homes is at the heart of our current housing crisis, say the Green Party who today commit to build 500,000 social rented homes by 2020.

Waste of space literally at Ashton Gate

Waste of space -literally- at Ashton Gate

Park and Ride closed to Football and Rugby Traffic

Greens protest demolition of chocolate factory before community say so

Greens protest demolition of chocolate factory before community say so

Greens supported an impromptu demo outside the derelict Elizabeth Shaw chocolate factory in Easton on Wednesday after planning was rushed through to demolish the majority of the buildings, without proper agreement from the local community.

We have only days to save successful local arts organisation

We have only days to save successful local arts organisation

Green Party candidate for Cabot Ward, Ani Stafford-Townsend, has appealed to local Bristolians to help save Residence from losing their tenancy at the Milk Bar.

The Green Surge

The Green Surge!

In the last week, the Bristol Green Party has had a powerful surge in membership of almost 50%.

How to Register to Vote in the General Election

How to Register to Vote in the General Election

Get on the electoral register by 20th April so you can vote Green in the general election (and the city council elections) on May 7th this year! If you're not on the electoral register you won't be able to vote!

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