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Latest news and events from your Liverpool Green Party

Green Councillor aims to suspend sell off of Sefton Park Meadows

On Thursday 4th April Green Cllr John Coyne will be putting a motion to the Regeneration Select Committee of Liverpool City Council to ask the Regeneration Cabinet Member Malcolm Kennedy to suspend any action on selling off Sefton Park Meadows. You can email the members of the Regeneration Committee and ask them to vote for […]

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Liverpool Greens back People’s Petition Against Austerity

Click here to sign the petition. The Coalition of Resistance, to which the Green Party is affiliated, has launched this petition along with the list of initial signatories. It will be handed in to Downing Street in June 2013 during the People’s Assembly Against Austerity. Please ask everyone to sign. Click here to download a printable version for […]

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Peter Cranie expresses disappointment with MPs who voted against equal marriage

North West Green Party Euro Candidate Peter Cranie has expressed his disappointment with the 18 MPs in the North West Region who voted against the principle of equal marriage this week.“The fact that one quarter of our MPs voted against a basic equality being extended to all people, supported by leaders of every political party […]

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January 2013 – Negative campaign

Liverpool’s Labour Party appears to have made a resolution to focus on negative attacks on the Green Party in 2013.  The “Come Clean” jibe is misplaced.  The Green Party has been saying consistently that the council should be prepared to make a rise in council tax in order to protect vulnerable people from some of […]

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Council Tax Referendum Debate

There follows an email From T Craven on the subject of council finances. Then a response from John Coyne, a Liverpool councillor. “JOE Anderson did not have a referendum to elect a mayor for Liverpool, he now has an opportunity to have a referendum on whether the electorate would agree to allow him to raise […]

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New National Leader Natalie Bennett – BSL

Natalie Bennett speaks to Channel 4 on becoming the new leader of the Green Party of England and Wales “It’s time we stopped treating the planet like a mine and dumping ground, while discarding the poorest like rubbish. “The Green Party has a clear vision that every political issue is not just economic, social or […]

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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.