The answer is simple, there is only one real alternative; the Green Party; a party that, in truth, may not be able to make a widespread impact but may just be capable of tweaking policies in our favour, resulting in a fairer, safer, greener nation.
With nearly 4,500 young people unemployed in Brighton & Hove, high rents, rising prices and low wages the Brighton have many issues that need attention. The impact of zero growth, a Green Party manifesto commitment, can be seen in the number of empty shops in the city centre
The Green Party has an opportunity to champion social justice in a way that moves beyond technocratic economic management. No longer the single-issue party, we are becoming a voice of reason across the political landscape.
Lucas' constituency Brighton has the country's highest drugs-related death rate per capita. And instead of continuing the disastrous war on drugs, she turns to a decriminalisation process that Portugal has adopted for the past decade.