Tag Archives: elections

Green Party realists

From The Huffinigton Post, 5 May 2015: The Green Party are the realists in this election I know there are many voters in this election who are attracted to Green Party policies – whether it’s lifting the minimum wage to £10 per hour by 2020, bringing the railways back into public hands, or paying a… Continue reading »

Why vote Green?

So why Vote Green?   We believe in real radical action. For instance we would scrap trident and are the only major party in England that would do so. And yes we are a major party, with 60,000 members we have more than UKIP and the Lib Dems who have about 43,000 each. On the… Continue reading »

“Vote Green” placards

Tomorrow afternoon (22nd April) Isobella Findlay will be in proud receipt of the first “Vote Green” Stake board (like for sale signs) in Gravesend, along Old Road West ! Should anyone else want one Mark can supply 3 more, on a first come first served email basis, and will sort more if needed. Also to be… Continue reading »

Candidate approvals

Green Party candidates for the upcoming Parliamentary and Local District elections have been accepted by Gravesend and Dartford Councils. Here is the list: Gravesham Parliamentary – Mark Lindop. Gravesham – Northfleet North – Will and Jessica Arveschoug. Gravesham – Northfleet South – Ian Jones and Erin Johnson. Gravesham – Painters Ash – Oliver Heyen. Gravesham – Pelham – Ruiha Smalley. Gravesham – Riverview – Dennis Nichols…. Continue reading »

Sign the petition to include the Green Party in the TV Leaders’ Debates ahead of the 2015 General Election.

It has been announced that the leader of UKIP, Nigel Farage has been invited to join the leaders debates on national TV before next year’s general election. However Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, has been excluded from these debates. UKIP has just gained its first MP; the Greens have had an MP (Caroline… Continue reading »