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Greens set out way forward on Council governance consultation

10 May 2022

A consultation on the future governance of Liverpool is running until June, rather than the promised referendum. Today, Liverpool Green Party is urging people across the city to take part, and opt for a more democratic system to hold councillors to account and encourage cross-party working. […]

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We support No Mow May

1 May 2022

We are supporting Plantlife and supporting the campaign #NoMowMay which is aimed at the gardens and green spaces away from the roadside. It tries to raise awareness and understanding of the biodiversity opportunity lost by mowing in early season.  […]

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Committee System Liverpool Consultation

Liverpool Green Party supports the adoption of the Committee system on the Future of the Governance in Liverpool Consultation – Our Way Forward Survey

28 April 2022

At the Liverpool Green Party, we are strongly in favour of adopting the committee system since it involves many more councillors in decision making and policy development. […]

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Liverpool Pride March – Sat 30 July

16 April 2022

Liverpool Pride March is back and taking to the streets once again in protest, solidarity and celebration. Join the march with Green Party members across Liverpool City Region and beyond. […]

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Better Green now than never going Green at all

2 March 2022

Councillor Tom Crone today (Wednesday March 2) welcomed Labour stealing Green Party Budget plans for more active travel and controls on senior management costs, but warned the Mayor can no longer dodge funding the local green new deal Liverpool so desperately needs. […]

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Greens offer to co-operate with Council on ethical charter

31 January 2022

Green Councillors today pledge to work with the ruling Labour group and community stakeholders to produce an ethical charter for the Council that is ‘worth more than the paper it is written on.’ […]

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