09 June 2017
Exeter Green Party has commended their candidate Joe Levy for running a positive campaign which has highlighted the plight of young people and the climate change crisis. Joe Levy secured 1,027 votes.
07 June 2017
In a final call-out to voters, Green Party parliamentary candidate, Joe Levy, is urging voters to make a confident choice for Exeter’s future.
18 May 2017
Speaking after Tuesday’s meeting of Exeter City Council, Councillor Chris Musgrave reacted to the Council’s allocation of places to its scrutiny committees for 2017-18. Exeter's first Green Councillor requested a place on the city's Leisure Complex Board, the committee that scrutinises the controversial bus station development.
11 May 2017
Joe Levy has today been nominated as Exeter Green Party’s candidate in the 2017 General Election. Joe Levy, 22 years old and a resident of St Thomas, works for Exeter University at the Student Information Desk and is currently Exeter Green Party’s Fundraising Officer and Young Greens Co-Ordinator. He has been particularly involved with projects tackling food poverty in the city, protecting green spaces, as well as championing youth representation in local community groups.
10 May 2017
Exeter Green Party have written to Exeter Labour Party offering to stand back in the general election if there is co-operation on forming a progressive alliance to beat the Conservatives.
10 May 2017
Greens have secured their highest ever County Council result in Exeter, securing nearly 18% of the votes in the St David’s and Haven Banks division and coming third. This was nearly double that received for the next highest Green result – 10% in St Sidwell’s and St James.
03 May 2017
The Green Party have condemned fare rises on Exeter’s bus services, with some tickets rising by at least double the rate of inflation.
28 March 2017
In a week in which the government is to trigger Article 50, and so beginning the official two year countdown to leaving the EU, Exeter Green Party have issued the following statement.
23 March 2017
Green councillor, Chris Musgrave, has responded to last night’s extraordinary full council meeting to discuss the redevelopment of the bus station and new leisure complex
16 March 2017
A ‘flash mob’ of cyclists and walkers will take to roads in St David’s today to highlight danger points and press the City and County Council to make it safer and easier to walk and cycle around Exeter.
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