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There has never been a better time to get involved with Liverpool Green Party. We're active all year round - not just at election time - and there is always a range of activities and local campaigns happening.

Latest news and events from your Liverpool Green Party

Liverpool Greens Experience Membership Surge

After the great results in the Liverpool City Council elections, many are flocking to join our ranks, with membership up 45% in the past six months. This is great news for us, as we prepare to fight the general election campaign next year with Martin Dobson standing in the Liverpool Riverside Constituency. We would like […]

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Liverpool Greens Win Big to Become Official Opposition

Liverpool Green Party has doubled our City Council seats after the elections on May 22nd 2014. Liverpool Green Party Chair Tom Crone gained the third seat in St Michaels Ward, joining current Green Councillors Cllr John Coyne and Cllr Sarah Jennings. This is great news for Tom, who previously lost out in 2010 by just over […]

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Liverpool Greens Petition Mayor to Save Libraries

St Michaels Greens have launched a petition to save Sefton Park Library, asking Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson to reconsider the budget alternatives proposed by Liverpool Councillors. As the petition explains, Liverpool Greens believe that libraries are an important part of our community. The Greens proposed redirecting £1.634m from two separate funds which are used for […]

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Green Party stands in 29 seats in Liverpool

Liverpool Green Party will be standing in 29 out of 30 seats in the the city. 17 of the 29 Green candidates will be women, reflecting the strong national leadership shown by Caroline Lucas MP and Natalie Bennett. The Greens will be looking to make St Michaels an all Green ward by electing Tom Crone […]

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Public Consultation On Landlord Licensing Scheme

Public Consultation Questionnaires are available at http://liverpool.gov.uk/council/consultation/consultation-on-a-citywide-selective-licensing-scheme/ and close 16th June 2014. Helping with the consultation will help Liverpool city council regulate private landlords. […]

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Liverpool Council budget 2014 – Labour reject Green plans to save libraries and adult day care centres

Wednesday’s Council budget meeting gave the best evidence yet that the Green Party is right to propose cutting the number of councillors. Not one Labour councillor took part in the budget debate. The Mayor did it all. Why would we need 74 Labour councillors all saying “yes” to the Mayor? Whether he’s cutting services, deleting […]

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About Liverpool Green Party

Liverpool Green Party is a local branch of the Green Party of England and Wales (GPEW) and works in the Liverpool City Council area.

We actively promote social and environmental justice in the Liverpool area by standing for political office and by working all year round on behalf of, and in conjunction with, its communities and residents.

Liverpool Green Party is committed to creating a cleaner, healthier, sustainable and more equitable city for everyone.

 

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The Green Party is the only major political party in the UK that is committed fully to a life based on democracy and justice within the planet's limits.

The Green Party has always dared to be different - and we’ve always known the power of good ideas.

Unlike others, we know that our planet has environmental limits, we understand that not everyone wants to live to work, that inequality is not just unfair, but damaging to everyone in society. And we have the bold solutions which allow us to offer inspiration in this age of uncertainty.