Tories agree with papal denunciation of climate change as they slash subsidies to wind farms
Friday 19th Jun 2015
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
The 2015 vote for the Green Party quadrupled, they came second in four constituencies and their membership is growing by 100 a day. There is plenty to be optimistic about, writes DEREK WALL
Saturday 16th May 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
Women have been sidelined and written out of history due to a longstanding notion of what constitutes the ‘natural order,’ writes LOUISE RAW
Saturday 9th May 2015
GREEN MPs would use their votes to “keep the Tories out and keep Labour in line,” Natalie Bennett vowed yesterday as she launched her party’s pledge card.
The words are emblazoned on a pledge card launched by Ms Bennett in the Greens’ target seat of Bristol...
Thursday 7th May 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
THE Green Party would scrap controversial immigration detention centres, its Australian-born leader Natalie Bennett said yesterday.
Ms Bennett vowed her party would “unapologetically stand up for migrants” in a personal speech at a Kurdish community centre in north...
Tuesday 5th May 2015
GREENS want a “People’s Convention” to rewrite Britain’s constitution, including restricting the Queen to a purely ceremonial role, leader Natalie Bennett said yesterday.
Britain should follow the example of Sweden, which removed all political powers from the...
Monday 4th May 2015
GREEN Party leader Natalie Bennett yesterday said she is willing to consider the possibility of legalising three-way marriages.
Ms Bennett said she was “open to further discussion and consultation” on the issue after being asked whether the Greens would back group civil...
Saturday 2nd May 2015
A focus on migration is a distraction from social justice, which explains why right-wing politicians and tabloid newspapers are so obsessed with it, writes DEREK WALL
THE Greens will formally pledge to ban above-inflation rent rises today, in an expansion of the party’s affordable homes policy.
Speaking ahead of the launch at threatened Cressingham Gardens estate in Lambeth, Green Party leader Natalie Bennett said “a house should be a...
Monday 27th Apr 2015
posted by Will Stone in Britain
ON REFLECTION I think it’s the eyes that do it.
They follow you around the room.
Like when you see a portrait in a haunted house. It looks normal enough at first glance but you can’t shake the feeling there’s something nasty lurking behind it, squinting out at...
Saturday 18th Apr 2015