14 December 2019
The Greens in Exeter saw their share of the vote quadruple compared with 2017 in December 12th’s General election, securing 8.6% of the vote.
05 December 2019
As diplomats and ministers meet in Madrid for the latest global climate talks and the head of the UN warns we are rapidly reaching the point of no return, Green Party co-leader, Sian Berry, will visit Exeter on Tuesday 10th December to push the party’s Green New Deal as the solution to the climate emergency.
04 December 2019
Green Party Councillor, Diana Moore, has condemned the “Co-living Con” being proposed by the developers of the Harlequins Shopping Centre.
29 November 2019
Deputy Green Party leader, Amelia Womack, will be in Exeter tomorrow to boost her Party’s parliamentary election campaign.
25 November 2019
Exeter Green Party parliamentary candidate, Joe Levy, has today expressed his support for the strike by University and College Union (UCU) members at Exeter university and 80 universities around the UK
23 November 2019
Five minutes to register to vote for a government for five years! Exeter Greens have called on all Exeter citizens who have not registered to vote to apply immediately as there are only a few days left before the 26th November deadline.
12 November 2019
Joe talks to Janet Kipling on BBC Radio Devon about Unite to Remain - an alliance between the Green Party, Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru - where a single remain candidate will stand in 60 seats across England and Wales.
07 November 2019
Joe Levy, Green Party parliamentary candidate for Exeter, has been agreed as the Remain candidate in an electoral agreement between the Liberal Democrats, the Green Party and Plaid Cymru.
16 October 2019
Greens have called for developers of eco-friendly homes to be rewarded while those who fail to meet high environmental standards be penalised.
08 October 2019
Greens have called out Devon County Council for ignoring their own Climate Emergency policy by seeking to build a new park and ride on the edge of Exeter. Park and ride on the city’s edge is a ‘business as usual’ response. It actively encourages private car use and longer car journeys.
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