Darren Hall on the region’s economy and quality of life
Speaking recently at KPMG’s office block on Queen Sq in Bristol, the Green Metro Mayor candidate, Darren Hall, outlined his view on the region's economy and quality of life.
Job: Political Assistant at Bristol City Council
A vacancy has appeared at Bristol City Council for the role of Political Assistant to the group of Green Party Councillors.
New report on Brexit and Trade: From Globalisation to Self-Reliance
Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has today launched a new report on Brexit and Trade exploring how we can, and indeed must, move from globalisation towards more self-reliance.
Opinion: Brexit has to shift us from globalisation to self-reliance says Bristol's MEP
"If we can turn Brexit from being a disaster for the UK into being the constructive start of a radical new approach to the very real problems globalisation has created, we may yet hold a candle to the darkness." says Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato.
Bristol's Green MEP helps shine a spotlight on tax dodging
Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has said that new EU rules, which Greens helped secure, have exposed banks for stashing away their profits in tax havens.
Bristol's Green MEP slams government's renewable energy policy
Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has accused the government of failing consumers and the environment over energy policy. The accusation follows new projections from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) which estimates onshore wind and solar will be as cheap or cheaper than gas by 2020.
Bristol's MEP warns of serious risks to small businesses if UK leave Single Market
Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has said new research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) should ‘ring alarm bells’ for business prospects post-Brexit. The warnings come ahead of the FSB annual conference to be held in Torbay this week.
Opinion: ‘How proud could we be if Bristol won “most equal city”?’
In Bristol 24/7 Darren Hall, the Green Metro Mayor candidate, responds to Bristol's being named the most desirable place to live in the UK.
Politics of hate rejected in the Netherlands after Green surge
Dutch Greens see surge of support in face of right wing populism. Greens now largest party in Amsterdam, a city with many similarities to Bristol
Opinion ‘Why are we naming new civic infrastructure so insensitively?’
Green councillor for Cotham, Cleo Lake has an opinion piece in Bristol 24-7 about how Bristol needs to look to the future as well as the past when naming new infrastructure such as bridges