Well done to 38 Degrees for organising a great meeting in St Marys Church, Kemptown yesterday on the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP).Read 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 →
Today Brighton & Hove Council meets to decide a budget for next year. The option to provide the range and quality of services needed by residents of the City is not available as the Government has slashed its grant to Councils by a staggering 40% in recent yearsRead More →
Brighton & Hove Labour councillors have taken the extraordinary decision to join with the Tories to double the level of Council Tax paid by the poorest families in the City. For those in Band D properties it will mean an increase of £100 a year – almost £2 a week.Read More →
I was privileged to be asked to speak for the Green Party at an election hustings meeting organised by the Brighton branch of the National Pensioners Convention last night (30th October).Read More →