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Its time for a Peoples Vote Bristols Green MEP responds to Withdrawal Agreement

"It's time for a People's Vote" Bristol's Green MEP responds to Withdrawal Agreement

People voted neither for no deal or a dodgy deal. It’s time for the real deal – a vote on the reality of Brexit compared with remaining in the EU. It’s time for a People’s Vote

Greens declare a Climate Emergency and bring Bristols CO2 emissions target forwards 20 years

Greens declare a Climate Emergency and bring Bristol’s CO2 emissions target forwards 20 years

A Green party motion calling on the Mayor of Bristol to declare a climate emergency and bring the city’s carbon neutrality target forward by 20 years (to 2030) passed in a Full Council meeting this evening, committing Bristol to the most ambitious climate change target out of all UK Core Cities.

Greens challenge Mayor on support for Tall Buildings

Greens challenge Mayor on support for Tall Buildings

Green councillors have raised concerns about the Labour Mayor’s support for high rise buildings

Greens call on Mayor declare a Climate Emergency

Greens call on Mayor: declare a Climate Emergency

Green councillors in Bristol are calling on the city’s Mayor to declare a Climate Emergency and bring forward Bristol’s carbon neutrality target, in a motion submitted to Full Council next week.

Time to kick plastic addiction as Green petition to be debated by Council

Time to kick plastic addiction as Green petition to be debated by Council

Thousands of people across Bristol have signed a petition to get rid of unnecessary disposable plastics started by Green Councillor Martin Fodor. The petition has received so much support that it will be debated by all councillors at Full Council. It will also receive a response from the Mayor. The petition calls on the Mayor to take all practical steps to eliminating wasteful plastic across Bristol and has been supported by plastics campaigners across the city. Greens have been campaigning for Bristol to become single-use plastic free for many years, tabling a motion on this in both 2015 and 2016.

Green response to 2018 budget

Green response to 2018 budget

Responding to the 2018 budget, Bristol's Green MEP and party finance spokesperson, Molly Scott Cato MEP, said: “Greens said that this must be an emergency budget for the climate and that it would fail if a single pound was spent on climate wrecking projects [1].

Response to Mayors State of the City speech

Response to Mayor's 'State of the City' speech

Bristol's Green Mayoral Candidate responds to the Labour Mayor's unambitious 'State of the City' annual speech.

Green Councillors support Vision for future of Bristols parks

Green Councillors support Vision for future of Bristol’s parks

Green Councillors have endorsed the Parks Forum’s vision for the future of Bristol's Parks, and suggested some additional points.

Greens call for Review of Bristols HouseBuilding Plans

Greens call for Review of Bristol’s House-Building Plans

Sandy Hore-Ruthven, Green Party candidate for Mayor of Bristol is calling for the Mayor to announce a review of Bristol’s Housing strategy at his State of the City Speech [1] on Wednesday following the government’s announced intention to lift the borrowing cap for local authorities [2]. The cap currently dramatically limits councils from borrowing against their own existing housing stock to build new properties.

Green Councillors support calls to end immigration detention

Green Councillors support calls to end immigration detention

In 2017, 27,000 people entered indefinite immigration detention in the UK, many of them from Bristol.

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