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Greens have had some time to return, recover, and reflect on the party's Autumn Conference in Birmingham last weekend. So here's some thoughts from a (relative) Green conference veteran.
British politics is in turmoil at the moment, and often feels like it's a dark place to be. As a young woman, I know that first hand. With so much in the air - particularly after Brexit - the Greens are needed more than ever. Because we are, after all, one of the few stable bastions of hope.
11.5 million documents leaked from "one of the world's most secretive companies", Panamanian law firm, Mossack Fonseca, have
Basic Income is a serious proposal necessary to address many of the economic problems facing the developed world. Let us
What sort of system have we created that relentlessly siphons wealth from the poor to the richest 1%, and in the process deprives humanity of the resources that could bring happiness, contentment and joy to billions of people? When, oh when, will world leaders take concrete steps to remedy this injustice and unfairness?
So if natural gas is the wrong fuel to use to halt climate change, why on earth does this government want to frack Britain to extract it? Why is this government so fixated with the extractive industries? Why not strongly support the truly safe, sustainable, jobs-rich renewable energy industries?
As a species we have tremendous talents. Our scientific achievements are incredible; our advances in medicine and technology are stunning. So let us give our ingenuity and imagination a free reign to think beyond our borders. Let us work together to face climate change in a spirit of fairness and justice, guided by our shared humanity regardless of where we happen to live.
So the British government's response to climate change is to go nuclear. The Hinkley Point nuclear power station is to be
The Left faces the biggest challenge British politics has seen in recent political history. And this challenge is undoubtedly going to overwhelm them, and the exciting and endearing Jeremy Corbyn will be resigned to the history textbooks.
What is it with the Labour Party? There is a surge in party membership, and this is a worry for the men in suits in the Westminster