21 June 2018
Green Party of England and Wales co-leader Jonathan Bartley has today sent a letter (below) to Greg Clarke MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, to highlight the Party’s far-reaching concerns for the safety of the local community in the vicinity of Cuadrilla’s exploratory fracking site at Preston New Road in Lancashire.
04 May 2018
North west Green Party gained four seats in the 2018 round of local elections as well as holding the 3 seats they were defending. Best result was taking two seats in Altrincham to deprive the Tories of control of Trafford Council.
20 April 2018
The Green Party’s three northern regions have responded to the consultation on the Strategic Transport Plan of Transport for the North
16 April 2018
The Green Party are fielding 331 candidates - 52% of the seats available - in local council elections to be held on May 3rd in many areas of the North West, including all the Metropolitan Boroughs. This is about 20% more than 2014 - the last time the same seats were contested.
14 March 2018
The River Tame has the worst levels of microplastic pollution ever recorded anywhere in the world. Tameside Greens call on the Council to ensure that industries play their part in the clean up.
27 February 2018
The Green Party fully support the strike action called by UCU in defence of pensions in the Pre-92 University Sector
19 December 2017
Knowsley Labour Party Councillors voted unanimously to surrender over 90 hectares of parkland for development; Local Green Party Councillor Kai Taylor has branded this decision to surrender 17 parks as ‘utterly disgraceful’
19 September 2017
The Green Party’s co-leaders, Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley joined well over 100 protesters outside Cuadrilla’s fracking site on Preston New Road in Lancashire yesterday.
29 August 2017
Three women from Lancaster, including a City Councillor, have today taken action by locking-on outside Cuadrilla’s fracking site on Preston New Road, Little Plumpton
23 May 2017
The Green Party has suspended campaigning today after last night's terrorist attack in Manchester. Jonathan Bartley: "Our country will never be divided by terror"