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Apr 16, 2015

Our Future, Our Choice, Your Vote. #GenerationVoteGreen

In 2010, the Green Party got 1% of the national vote in the UK. This time, we’re due to get 5 or 6%, and are hoping to both re-elect our MP Caroline Lucas and gain MPs in Bristol West and Norwich South. The #GreenSurge has been incredible, with the Young Greens growing from about 1300 at the end of 2013, to more than 17,700 now – more than Conservative…

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Apr 16, 2015

Why the UKIP Manifesto is horrendous & what you can do about it


This week, UKIP unveiled their General Election manifesto. Some of it is laughable; some of it is unremarkable - but some of it is really scary.

 

UKIP have tried hard to veil their racism in recent months, but they seem to have abandoned…

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Apr 02, 2015

TV Debates: Live updates

Tonight, the seven party leaders go head-to-head in the first TV debate. We'll be bringing you live updates, comment and analysis.

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Mar 26, 2015

Equality and Diversity Sub-Committee: An Update

E&D subcommittee member Megan Stagles gives an update on the group's activities - including a training day for young women in the party and a mentoring scheme.

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Mar 18, 2015

TTIP Explained: Loss of Profit or Loss of Democracy?

International Subcommittee member Georgia Whitaker Hughes takes a look at the trade deal currently being negotiated behind closed doors.

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Mar 12, 2015

Conference: positive steps for equality and diversity

Young Green Deborah Fenney looks at the positive changes that were voted in at conference - and what is still left to do.

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Feb 27, 2015

Europe: Where We Stand

International Sub-committee member Rhiannon take an in-depth look at the UK's position within the EU, the benefits and flaws of the Union - and how it could be changed for the better.

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Feb 26, 2015

Is there a conflict between feminism and transgenderism?

In light of recent debates, Andrea Grainger explores the historical sites of conflict between feminism and transgenderism, and argues that this conflict is unfounded.

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Feb 13, 2015

What Makes LGBT History?

In celebration of LGBT History Month, Equality and Diversity subcommittee member Elliot Gulliver-Needham looks at the inspiring figures who make up LGBT history.

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Feb 09, 2015

5 reasons to run as a NUS Conference Delegate in 2015

Young Greens Campaigns Officer writes about the importance and aims of the Green Students campaign - and why you should run as an NUS delegate

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