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A British Green Party of England and Wales politician. The Member of Parliament (MP) for Brighton Pavilion since 2010.
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ENG: Caroline Patricia Lucas (born 9 December 1960) is a British Green Party of England and Wales politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Brighton Pavilion since 2010. She was the Leader of the Green Party from 2008 to 2012, when she stood down to devote more time to her parliamentary duties, and is the UK's first ever Green MP. She was previously a Member of the European Parliament for South East England from 1999 to 2010. She is noted for campaigning and writing on green economics, localisation, alternatives to globalisation, trade justice, animal welfare and food. In her time as a politician and activist, she has worked with numerous NGOs and think-tanks, including the RSPCA, CND and Oxfam. Political career After joining the Green Party (UK) in 1986 (later ...
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Lucas insists lone Green voice counts in Parliament


Can a lone MP oppose the government single handed?The Green Party's sole member of the Westminster Parliament thinks so.Nine months after her election, Caroline Lucas is styling her movement as the real opposition to the coalition.That is quite a claim for a party that won just under 300,000 votes at the general election - considerably fewer than either UKIP or the BNP.Caroline Lucas argues the job of opposing falls to her because Labour cannot fight selling off the Royal Mail or tuition fees having introduced those ideas in government.At her party's spring conference in Cardiff she does not ...


Caroline Lucas: The Lib Dems' green policies are wilting


A reply to Nick Clegg's claim in the IoS that his is the eco-party Cross-dressing seems to be this season's political fashion. While the Tories are courting the Lib Dems (with "scarcely a cigarette paper" to slip between them, according to David Cameron), the Lib Dems are showing a bit of ankle to potential Green voters. But whereas Nick Clegg's recent overtures in this direction might reflect the growing threat we pose to his party, they don't reflect any real meeting of minds in terms of a common agenda. In their recent rhetoric, the Lib Dems appear to want to emulate the Green Party. ...


A chance to stop and think differently


Friday, January 16, 2009 You don't protect the environment through more airport expansion! The current economic system is not working even on its own terms of measuring success – it's time for a smarter, better way of doing things, Green Party leader Caroline Lucas tells Alison ThomasCaroline Lucas believes the credit crunch provides an opportunity for everyone to stop and think again instead of plunging headlong into an attempt to recreate business as usual. "I do feel that the next few months are going to be critical for that," she says. "There is an opportunity to take stock, ...


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Green party's role is to put pressure on Labour, concedes Caroline Lucas - The Guardian
The GuardianGreen party's role is to put pressure on Labour, concedes Caroline LucasThe GuardianCaroline Lucas suggested that some of the Greens' biggest ideas, including plans for £72 a week citizen's income for all, were merely ambitions and that the party's focus was on getting Labour to adopt better environmental policies. The Green party ...Greens ditch citizens' income from election manifestoTelegraph.co.ukCaroline LucasBrighton and Hove NewsGreen Party Drops Two Major Policies Following Media ScrutinyBreitbart NewsBloomberg -Blue & Green Tomorrowall 22 news articles »
The Green surge: is this the party that will decide the election? - The Guardian
The GuardianThe Green surge: is this the party that will decide the election?The GuardianShe mentions the noise made about that issue, and others, by Caroline Lucas, the Green MP for Brighton Pavilion. “It's the same with No More Page 3, and all the stuff she did on that. I think that's brilliant.” In the next few weeks, she says, her time ...Behind the Green Party's Sudden Popularity in the UKVICEThe Green Party continues to surge in popularity, as shown by three pollsNew StatesmanGreens contemplate life beyond the fringeFinancial TimesTelegraph.co.uk -Neon Nettleall 130 news articles »
Green party election poster: Natalie Bennet and Caroline Lucas ask party ... - The Independent
The IndependentGreen party election poster: Natalie Bennet and Caroline Lucas ask party ...The IndependentThe poster shows Green party leader Natalie Bennett and Caroline Lucas MP stood side by side as they challenge broadcasters to invite the Greens onto TV and be included in the leaders debates. It is the latest move in the Green's campaign to be ...How radical are the Greens?Socialist WorkerGreen Party Leader Says Other Parties Are Afraid Of Debating A WomanBuzzFeed News'What are you afraid of, boys?' Greens poster demands inclusion in TV debatesRTPRWeek UK -Telegraph.co.uk -Glasgow Evening Timesall 79 news articles »
Caroline Lucas urges government to save Broken Rainbow helpline - PinkNews
Caroline Lucas urges government to save Broken Rainbow helplinePinkNews“If Broken Rainbow is forced to close its services as a result of government cuts, it will mean the loss of a unique service which has made a real difference to the lives of tens of thousands of people,” Caroline Lucas, Green Party MP for Brighton ...



 
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