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Green Party Cabinet Member represents Bristol at COP23 climate conference

Green Party Cabinet Member represents Bristol at COP23 climate conference

Councillor Fi Hance today attended the annual COP23 climate conference in Bonn and spoke on behalf of Bristol. As Cabinet member for Energy, Cllr Hance was there to represent Bristol at the Climate event and was asked what action the city is taking on climate change.

Greens call on Council to support Robin Hood Tax to fund public services

Greens call on Council to support ‘Robin Hood Tax’ to fund public services

On the same week that Bristol hosts its annual Festival of Economics, Green Councillors in Bristol have put forward a motion for Tuesday’s Full Council supporting a Financial Transactions Tax, also known as a ‘Robin Hood Tax’ or ‘Tobin Tax’.

Greens challenge Mayor to protect Council Tax support until 2020  administration wont commit

Greens challenge Mayor to protect Council Tax support until 2020 -- administration won’t commit

At Cabinet today Green Councillors challenged the Labour administration to commit to protecting the Council Tax support scheme for the remainder of the Mayor’s term to 2020.

Council must call in external auditor to shed light on CEOs departure

Council must call in external auditor to shed light on CEO’s departure

In an unprecedented step, Bristol’s three opposition parties have united in calling on the Council’s External Auditor to step in and investigate the circumstances surrounding the controversial departure of the former Chief Executive, Anna Klonowski.

Bristols Green MEP responds to ParadisePapers leak

Bristol's Green MEP responds to #ParadisePapers leak

Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, who is also a member of the European Parliament’s Panama Papers committee, comments on the latest big tax leak, the Paradise Papers saying: "These leaks offer another disturbing glimpse into the murky world of offshore finance, used by wealthy individuals and big business for tax evasion and tax avoidance".

Investigate Bristol links to alleged illegal spending by LeaveEU campaign says MEP

Investigate Bristol links to alleged illegal spending by Leave.EU campaign says MEP

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset should investigate alleged illegal spending in the lead up to the 2016 EU referendum, claims Molly Scott Cato, Bristol's Green MEP.

Going green Bristol City Council smashes carbon targets

Going green: Bristol City Council smashes carbon targets

Green Councillor and Bristol City Cabinet member responsible for energy policy, Fi Hance, has today welcomed the news that Bristol City Council is ahead of its targets for reducing its carbon emissions.

Opinion Why we need an Ad Free Bristol

Opinion: Why we need an 'Ad Free Bristol'

Writing in Bristol 24/7, Cllr Stephen Clarke explains why he thinks we need an 'Ad Free Bristol' arguing he "prefers a visual environment which reflects the unique identity of our city, the values of local communities, and the local economy".

Bristols MEP demands to see official findings of investigation into Brexit Leave campaign

Bristol's MEP demands to see official findings of investigation into Brexit Leave campaign

Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, is demanding the Electoral Commission reveal the extent to which they have investigated alleged illegal spending intended to influence the 2016 EU referendum result. She has written to the Commission asking if their enquiries are now complete and, if so, asking it to publish the findings.

Green MEP to Theresa May support an EUwide suspension of arms exports to Saudi Arabia

Green MEP to Theresa May "support an EU-wide suspension of arms exports to Saudi Arabia"

Following calls from leaders of four political groups in the European Parliament urging the EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, for an EU-wide ban of arms sales to Saudi Arabia, Green parliamentarians including Bristol's Green MEP Molly Scott Cato have written to the UK Prime Minister urging her to “immediately suspend all arms exports to Saudi Arabia until the human rights of the people of Yemen can be fully guaranteed”.

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