My quick reflections from the awful General Election resultRead More →
Perhaps the most frequent question I hear from people in the Kemptown constituency is why should I vote Green? Wouldn’t it be better to vote Labour to keep the Tories out?
I understand the question. For years, many of us on the Left have held our noses and voted tactically for the party we loathed the least. It’s ingrained into us.
But you have to ask the question, where exactly has that approach got us after all these years?Read More →
Join Baroness Jenny Jones and Brighton Kemptown candidate Davy Jones on The Great Green Walk from Peacehaven to the Palace Pier. Can you keep up with the Joneses? Join Davy Jones, Green Party Parliamentary Candidate for Brighton Kemptown, and Jenny Jones, Baroness of Moulsecoomb, in the Great Green Walk from Peacehaven to the Palace Pier […]Read More →
There is something really significant stirring in politics. I think we will look back at this moment in the future and realise how important it was.
The victory in the Greek elections of the Syriza coalition, which is very radical and implacably opposed to the prevailing consensus on austerity, has changed everything. And In Spain too, another anti-austerity party Podemos, that did not even exist 18 months ago, now leads the opinion polls.Read More →
I spoke to nearly 50 students and staff at Brighton University last night about the big moral questions facing us in the 2015 General Election. I argued that there was a crisis of the 5 “E”s: the Economy, the Environment, the Establishment, Europe and of Ethics.Read More →