Green MEP challenges new Competition Commissioner over Hinkley C Nuclear Power Station
South West Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has met with the new EU Competition Commissioner to challenge her over the decision to give the green light to the controversial financial deal on Hinkley C nuclear power station near Bristol.
Green candidate delivers over 360 signatures against proposed Starbucks in Old City
Green Party Cabot Ward candidate Ani Stafford-Townsend has handed a 360 person strong petition to Bristol City Council, opposing a proposed Starbucks on Old City's Wine Street.
Greens call on local MPs to support bill to bring railways into public hands
Bristol Greens have called on local MPs to support a private members bill to bring railways back under national control.
A million signatures for Juncker’s 60th birthday
Greens to present a million strong petition against the controversial TTIP trade treaty.
Getting serious about play in Bishopston
Bishopston Councillors Daniella Radice and Tim Malnick are encouraging local residents to become more active outdoors.
Greens Say One Million Citizens Deserve Answer Over TTIP
Green MEP Molly Scott Cato has welcomed news that one million people have now signed a petition against the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) trade deal.
Green MEP and Party finance speaker responds to autumn statement
Another missed opportunity to help the economy work for the common good
Green party candidates join local residents in opposing Bedminster Parade Metrobus proposals
South West Green MEP nominated as Parliamentarian of the Year
The first Green MEP for the South West, Molly Scott Cato, is in line for a ‘Green Ribbon’ award for European Parliamentarian of the Year tomorrow.
Greens engage job seekers in calls for a living wage for Bristol
The Green Party has called for a £10 per hour minimum wage for all by 2020
Bristol Greens celebrate 500 members
Bristol Green Party has hit 500 members for the first time in its history.
Response to development dispute over Carriageworks site
Ashley ward’s Green councillors have called for a controversial developer to display full transparency
Bristol Green Party Supports the Public Sector Strikes
Bristol Green Party has issued a statement today backing the public services strikes next week
Ashley Green councillors oppose cuts to Bush bed provision
Both of Ashley's Green Party councillors will today speak against proposals for a cut of bed provision (from 10 to 5) at the Bush residential centre.
Green fury as EU indicates Hinkley C will be given go-ahead
Green MEP for the South West, Molly Scott Cato, has reacted with fury to the news that the EU is set to approve billions of pounds of public funding for Hinkley C, the UK’s first new nuclear power plant in a generation
Bristol must lead the way in opposing cut to Independent Living Fund, say Greens
Disabled people in Bristol facing the removal of the Independent Living Fund (ILF) will today be the subject of a Full Council motion by the Green Party that calls for the Mayor to ringfence the fund.