Greens back Gary Cargill for City Region Mayor

18 January 2021

Green Party members across the six boroughs have backed Liverpool-born actor Gary Cargill to become City Region Mayor in May’s election. Runcorn-based Gary pledged to turn the City Region green and ‘inspire real long-lasting change.’ The government insists the election for Liverpool City Region Mayor will go ahead, despite concerns over Covid 19 – and […]

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Green councillors back call for national lockdown and urge schools to stay closed

3 January 2021

Green Party councillors today (Sunday January 3) urged a united approach to tackling the Covid crisis as they backed Acting Mayor Wendy Simon’s call for a national lockdown but urged her to back schools that stay closed. Green Group Leader Tom Crone said: ‘A new national lockdown supported by mass testing is urgently needed to […]

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Time to put democracy back into city council

10 December 2020

Tom Crone, Green Group leader on Liverpool City Council today (Thursday December 8) welcomed the decision of Joe Anderson to stand down as city Mayor. Cllr Crone said that his role had become untenable. ‘His continued presence as police investigations continue is a distraction at an already challenging time for the city. ‘The Green Group […]

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Green View in St Michaels Ward December 2020

8 December 2020

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Call for united way forward

8 December 2020

Tom Crone, Green Group leader on Liverpool City Council today (Tuesday December 8) called for a cross-party consensus to bring the city back from the brink of Tory government intervention. Cllr Crone said that continued uncertainty over the role of Mayor Joe Anderson while police investigations into allegations of bribery and corruption continue was damaging […]

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Call for vital services to be protected

7 December 2020

Green Party Councillors in Liverpool have observed recent events in the city with a great deal of concern. While we have no wish to get involved in the legal processes which must be allowed to progress, without undue influence from any quarter, nevertheless, it is vitally important that arrangements are put in place now to […]

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Rethink waste of HS2

4 December 2020

Time to rethink waste and damage of HS2, Greens tell Metro Mayor Embargo IMMEDIATE RELEASE Liverpool Green councillors today (Friday December 4) urged Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram to withdraw his support for Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s high-speed HS2 rail project that will deprive the region of green transport funds for years to come. In an […]

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Green View in Greenbank Ward, Autumn 2020 edition

17 October 2020

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Greens call on Mayor to build back better with new post-lockdown safe-to-cycle roads

29 May 2020

Liverpool Green Party today (Friday May 29) wrote to Mayor Joe Anderson urging him to offer people the chance to get back to work safely by extending the new temporary cycle network to cover all the city’s major roads and to consider making it permanent. The party backed the call with a city-wide petition signed by over […]

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No Mow May and Liverpool City Council

18 May 2020

A bee enjoying a trefoil flower. There are signs, in messages flying around the city of people’s concern over “scruffiness” as grass verges and park grasslands remain unmowed, and living things begin to grow. The whole of nature has put on a good show through the lockdown. There seem to be more birds around, vigorously singing. Plants also […]

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