The general election will be held on Thursday 12th December 2019.
Joe Levy, Green Party parliamentary candidate for Exeter, has been agreed as the Remain candidate in an electoral agreement between the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party. Joe says “I am delighted to have been selected as the Remain candidate for Exeter. But standing aside is never easy, so I pay tribute to my Lib Dem counterpart Tom Deakin who has agreed that here in Exeter it will be the Green Party fighting the Remain corner.
We cannot escape the fact that this election is above all about Brexit and it is vital to unite to stop a disastrous Tory crash-out. We must make sure we send enough staunchly pro- European MPs to parliament to end the Brexit nightmare once and for all.
This must also be the climate election. The climate emergency is the biggest threat facing humanity and the future of our planet. The Green Party are the only Party willing to take the bold action needed which is why we have committed to investing £100 billion a year into transforming our economy and society to prevent climate chaos.”
Exeter Green Party is Exeter's third biggest party and in the EU elections earlier this year it was only 300 votes off coming first.
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