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Latest news and events from your Liverpool Green Party

Positive Messages on Migration and Diversity

Cllr John Coyne reports on Liverpool’s International Day of Languages, 29th September 2012 Yesterday I saw a celebration from Liverpool Supplementary Schools – schools set up by Liverpool’s old and new migrant communities.  These schools already receive some support from the city council.  The Lord Mayor Cllr Sharon Sullivan opened the event with, I thought, characteristic charm […]

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UN International Day of Peace Conference

“Sustainable Peace for a Sustainable Future: What Can WE do?” on 21st September 2012 Peace Conference at Royal Liver Building Rights and Humanity are hosting a conference event at the Royal Liver Building. Please see the attached invitation for a list of speakers. Rights and Humanity UN Internat Day of Peace Conf Invite 12 F10 […]

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LGP Welcome Hillsborough Report

Liverpool Green Party welcome the release of the report of the Hillsborough Independent Panel Founding Liverpool Green Party member Lawrence Brown, and local Green councillors Sarah Jennings and John Coyne, have welcomed the release of the report of the Hillsborough Independent Panel. In a statement on behalf of Liverpool Green Party they said: “The people […]

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Liverpool Busking Fiasco

Busking Fiasco Hits the Wrong Note for Liverpool Under New Rules, Beatles Might Never Have Made It The introduction of new and restrictive busking rules in Liverpool City Centre should be scrapped immediately according the Green Party in Liverpool. Peter Cranie, the Liverpool based odds-on favourite to become the new leader of the national Green […]

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Opposing PFI in NHS

News release from Green Party Of England And Wales Thu 12th July 2012For more information: http://www.greenparty.org.uk/ Greens have called for urgent action to cure the NHS of cancerous PFI payments and have written to the Secretary of State for Health calling for action to ensure that health care provision is maintained rather than allowing hospitals to […]

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Scrutinising a mayor – John Coyne reports

For my sins, I am one of the three opposition party members on the new mayoral select committee which met for the first time today (4 July) –  Mayoral Select Committee. This is a committee which doesn’t yet know what it’s supposed to be doing.  Most of the time we spent going round in circles and […]

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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.