Local News

Greens support call for ‘State of Nature’ amendment in Environment Bill

5 April 2021

The Green Party has reiterated a call for a ‘State of Nature’ clause being included in the delayed Environment Bill […]

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Clean air for a Green future

2 April 2021

The Green Party has reiterated its call for the government to scrap its £27bn road building programme and all airport expansion […]

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Greens demand VAT for retrofit is cut to ensure warmer homes

26 March 2021

The Green Party is calling on the government to cut VAT for refurbishment and retrofitting works to lower energy consumption […]

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Clapping is good, fair pay is better

6 March 2021

Greens value our NHS and all our care workers. They deserve so much more.

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The Tories have lost their way in terms of transport policy

14 November 2020

So many changes of direction that U-turn is no longer an adequate metaphor […]

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A new approach to Housing is needed

11 November 2020

Our response to a Government White Paper […]

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Letter to Salisbury Journal re. old BHS store

8 October 2020

Could this be the start of a community hub? […]

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Defend our food quality and animal welfare standards, Mr Glen

24 September 2020

I am sure that Salisbury’s farmers and consumers will be very interested to see whether John Glen again puts obedience to Government whips ahead of the interests of his constituents […]

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Still Time to Save our Library

19 August 2020

Salisbury Greens fight on as
 Council plan hits the buffers […]

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Greens back plan for ‘people friendly streets’

19 August 2020

We are not closing roads, we are opening them up to all residents and to attract more visitors […]

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RSS National News

  • Green Party statement on the death of Sir David Amess
    The Green Party has expressed its deepest sympathies to the family of Sir David Amess following the news of his death. Green Party co-leader Carla Denyer said: “It is truly awful to hear of the death of Sir David Amess today. My deepest sympathies are with his family and loved ones at this difficult time. […]
  • Greens respond to government announcement on green investment
    Green Party deputy leader Amelia Womack has responded to the government’s announcement that the Prime Minister’s 10 point climate plan has attracted £6 billion of foreign investment and created 56,000 jobs. Womack said: “The Prime Minister’s 10 point plan has always clearly been about business as usual, with under-ambitious targets and an over-reliance on private […]
  • Greens call on government to bring in carbon tax at COP26
    Carbon tax a critical lever to help shift the UK towards a clean green economy Tax yield will help deliver social dividend by funding cheap and accessible public transport, free home insulation, and a basic income The Green Party is calling on the UK to announce a carbon tax at COP26, describing it as one […]
  • Overwhelming public support for Green Party policies on tackling climate crisis
    Responding to the largest ever analysis of policy preferences on tackling the climate crisis and achieving a net-zero economy [1], Green Party co-leader, Adrian Ramsay, said:   “This biggest ever analysis of climate policy preferences shows that there is overwhelming public support for bold action to tackle the climate crisis and achieve a net zero economy.   […]
  • Greens welcome new Wildlife Trusts report on need to tackle nature crisis
    Climate and nature emergencies need to be tackled in tandem Climate and Ecology Bill would enshrine action in law Greens have welcomed a new report by the Wildlife Trusts which says that COP26 must be a turning point for nature and that the climate emergency cannot be tackled without ambitious plans to address the nature […]
  • Green Party co-leader Carla Denyer to join Day of Action on Empty Homes
    Newly-elected co-leader will speak at event organised by Campaign Against Empty Homes Denyer will back a call to retrofit 270,000 long-term empty homes to help alleviate housing, health and climate crises Denyer: “A retrofitting revolution would bring long-term empty homes and council estates back into use, providing warm, comfortable homes for many of those who […]
  • Pandora Papers show Russia is buying our democracy, warn Greens
    The Green Party has said the Pandora Papers provide further evidence of Russian influence over and interference in UK democracy. The Papers reveal that a former banker, Lubov Chernukhin, is one of the biggest female donors in recent British political history [1]. She donates enough to the Tories to qualify for membership of a small […]
  • Carla Denyer and Adrian Ramsay announced as new Green Party co-leaders
    Green members elect Carla Denyer and Adrian Ramsay as new co-leaders Denyer: “We are at a crucial moment in history and it is clear that the other major political parties have failed” Ramsay: “More than ever, we need strong Green voices to make the compelling case for a Green transition, a just transition” Green Party […]
  • Greens express profound disappointment over Labour Party failure to support fair voting system
    The Green Party has criticised the Labour leadership for failing to ensure the party backed a vote to support proportional representation at its conference today [Monday 27 September]. [1]   Labour conference defeated the motion after it was sent to a card vote. This came after 150 Constituency Labour Parties submitted motions on the topic […]
  • Greens applaud Labour steps towards a more collaborative politics
    Greens have welcomed the opportunity the Labour party has to pass a motion for electoral reform at their autumn conference. At least 144 Constituency Labour Parties (CLPs) have submitted the Labour for a New Democracy motion [1] – the greatest number on a single issue in Labour conference history.  Labour members overwhelmingly back reform, with […]