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Sefton Park: Council goes ahead despite it all

A few weeks ago we reported that Liverpool City Council was planning to dispose of a Local Wildlife Site in Sefton Park to expand the Cricket Club. We provided details here.  We’ve nothing against cricket as such, but protecting wildlife is essential, and Britain is one of the worst countries for destroying it. This article in the Independent describes why […]

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Petition – Preserve the rights of EU citizens to stand and vote in local elections

Fair and effective local democracy depends on having certainty over who can stand and vote in local elections. Government should make a commitment, now, that all EU citizens legally resident in the UK should retain their rights to stand as candidates and vote in council elections after Brexit. An urgent commitment is needed because political […]

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Sefton Park Meadows – The Facts

Normally we wouldn’t comment on the content of other parties’ leaflets but Greenbank Labour’s New Year 2018 leaflet contained inaccuracies which need to be corrected: Leaflet: ”Sefton Park Meadows’ to be designated as ‘Green Space’ in Local Plan’. We say: There is no such designation in the Local Plan agreed by the Council. The designation for Sefton Park […]

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Tina talks – Anti-Fracking Activism and how to get involved

Liverpool Green Party is honoured and delighted to welcome Tina Rothery to Friend’s Meeting House on School Lane to discuss her anti-fracking activism and explain how we can all get involved in the movement to stop Cuadrilla in their tracks! This is a public event and open to members and non-members. Please share widely! on […]

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The campaign to save Liverpool’s libraries goes on

Green Party members were among the demonstrators opposing the closure of Sefton Park library at the weekend, one of eleven community libraries that are threatened with closure by the City Council. Following the publication of the proposals by the Labour dominated Council, the Green Party pledged to campaign to retain library services at as many of […]

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