Apr 30, 2011

Why I'm Voting Green V

This is from Chris Jarvis, about why he's voting Green on May 5th. We're still taking submissions for this series, so email yours in to I'm voting Green on May 5th because the Green Party is the one real political alternative to the government agenda of cuts. The Liberal Democrats are in government with the Tories and the Labour Party is also committed to cutting huge…

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Apr 28, 2011

Why I'm Voting Green IV

Today's post is from Duncan Davis, who doesn't actually have a Green candidate to vote for. Instead, he writes about why it's important to vote for people who will represent you, including the Greens.

More contributions to this series are always welcome, just email 200-300 words on why you're voting Green to Ash at


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Apr 27, 2011

Why I'm Voting Green III

Another post in our series. This one is from Douglas Rouxel, a Young Green from Westborough. He blogs here: Enjoy! In the first instance, I'm voting Green because I'm standing in the ward that I live in, and not voting for myself would be a silly thing to do. There are however much broader reasons…

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Apr 24, 2011

Why I'm Voting Green II

Another post about why we're voting Green, this time from Jack Parker in Cardiff. We'll be running posts on this subject until the local elections on May 5th, so if you'd like to contribute email 200-300 words on the subject to . Why am I voting Green? It's difficult to sum up in so few words, but in summary I guess it's because my generation is being increasingly burdened…

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Apr 23, 2011

Why I'm Voting Green

Here's the first in a series of posts about why we're all voting Green in the May elections, from Norwich City Councillor Ash Haynes. If you'd like to contribute, send 200-300 words on why you're voting Green to Technically, I've already voted Green as my postal vote arrived on Wednesday. But never mind that. There are lots of reasons I'm voting Green. One of them is rather…

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Apr 23, 2011


Hello and welcome to the new Young Greens blog! The aim of the blog is to encourage comment and debate amongst Young Greens. It is run by the national committee but everyone is welcome, Young Green or not! We hope to have articles from a wide range of contributors on a wide range of topics, so watch this space. Anyone can submit articles for the blog: simply email them to Ash at…

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