Politicians and Election, Vote in Freedom, Actively Participate in Democracy, Vote for Change, Online referendum
left right close

Green Party of England and Wales

> United Kingdom > Parties > Green Party of England and Wales
Green Party of England and Wales is ready for your opinion, support and vote. Vote online NOW!
 
photo  GPEW

GPEW - for

The Green Party of England and Wales (GPEW) is a political party in England and Wales. | Plaid Werdd Cymru a Lloegr
 NO! GPEW

GPEW - against

Click, if you do not support Green Party of England and Wales (GPEW). Say why. / Cliceáil, más rud é nach bhfuil tú ag tacú leis an iarrthóir. Abair cén fáth.

Online election results for "GPEW" in graph.

graph
Graph online : Green Party of England and Wales
Full functionality only if Javascript and Flash is enabled
ENG: The Green Party of England and Wales (GPEW) (Welsh: Plaid Werdd Cymru a Lloegr) is a political party in England and Wales. It is the largest Green party in the United Kingdom, containing within it various regional divisions including the semi-autonomous Wales Green Party. The party currently has one Member of Parliament in the House of Commons, Caroline Lucas, who represents the constituency of Brighton Pavilion after winning her seat in the 2010 general election and was the party's first leader, serving from 2008 until 2012, when she was succeeded by Natalie Bennett. They also have one life peer (Jenny Jones), two MEPs in the European Parliament and two members of the London Assembly, as well as 141 councillors in various local councils across England and Wales. The Green Party ...
for33against   I clearly support it. Green Party of England and Wales is quite good party. For instance, because it ... (if I wanted to write why it is good, I wrote it here), positive
for31against   I am strongly opposed. Green Party of England and Wales (GPEW) is quite bad choice. For instance, because it... (if I wanted to write why it is bad, I wrote it here), negative
Current preference ratio
for GPEW

Greens introduce Tax and Financial Transparency Bill in the


A new Tax and Financial Transparency Bill has been tabled in the House of Commons to tackle the UK's billion-pound tax evasion scandal.The move was initiated on 17 March 2011 by Caroline Lucas, leader of the Green Party in England and Wales, and MP for Brighton Pavilion.Lucas launched the Bill after posing a number of Parliamentary Questions to the Chancellor, in which she exposed the fact that HMRC is failing to prevent serious tax evasion which could amount to as much as £16 billion of lost tax.A report published this week by Tax Research UK reveals that around 500,000 companies ...


Caroline Lucas, Green Member of Parliament in England, ...


...delivers her first speech to her peers Caroline Lucas delivers maiden speech to Parliament Mr Speaker, I am most grateful to you for calling me during today’s debate. The environment is a subject dear to my heart, as I’m sure you know, and I’ll return to it in a moment. I think anyone would find their first speech in this chamber daunting, given its history and traditions, and the many momentous events it has witnessed. But I have an additional responsibility, which is to speak not only as the new Member of Parliament for Brighton Pavilion, but also as the first ...


Caroline Lucas: Social justice and the Green new deal


Earlier this month Caroline Lucas made history by becoming the Green Party’s first Member of Parliament (MP) in the UK House of Commons. Lucas represents the constituency of Brighton Pavilion, on the south coast of England. She is also the head of the Green Party of England and Wales and was a Member of the European Parliament, representing South East England, from 1999-2010. Saturday’s Guardian features an interview and profile of the groundbreaking British politician, her activist background, UK Green Party policies and her impressions of the House of Commons vs. the European ...


[TOP 4]

> Green Party of England and Wales > News

Western blind spot: the Kurds' forgotten war in Syria
  Comment piece from International Co-ordinator Derek Wall (this piece first appeared in Open Democracy) The current narrative from Cameron and Obama is simple: the head-chopping Islamic State is a threat to all of humanity, so western forces need to return to the Middle East. Yet this narrative is far from supported by the empirical evidence. Non-existent weapons of mass destruction and non-existent Islamic fundamentalist jihadists were used to justify the invasion of Iraq in 2003 by George Bush and Tony Blair. Iraq was transformed from secular totalitarianism to chaos: in turn, chaos and opposition to occupation seeded a jihadist movement. Western support for opponents of Assad in Syria gave the so-called 'Islamic State' an opportunity to take territory. ISIS was able to seize huge quantities of heavy weaponry supplied by the USA and its allies. Thus, if US intervention has created or at least massively accelerated the growth of a monster, critics argue that more intervention wi
Leader’s debates: Excluding the Green Party fails both the electorate and democracy
BROADCASTERS’ joint plans to broadcast a series of multi-platform party leader debates in the run-up to the 2015 General Election without Green Party representation, fails the electorate and democracy, says the Green Party. The Green Party, which petitioned directly for inclusion in the debates (1), is considering a legal challenge to this morning’s proposals. Natalie Bennett, Green Party Leader, said: "With these proposals the broadcasters are demonstrating just how out of touch they are with the public mood, and how ridiculously they cling to the idea that the future of politics looks like the past. "It is clear from votes and polls that the public are fed up with the three business-as-usual parties and are looking around for alternatives. "That is also demonstrated by the soaring membership of the Green parties of England and Wales and Scotland, now exceeding 27,000. "Those members, the fast-growing numbers of likely Green voters (matching Lib Dems numbers), and the majori
Natalie Bennett to appear at the People's Question Time tonight
Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett is speaking tonight alongside comedian and activist Russell Brand and Mark Serwotka, General Secretary, Public and Commercial Services Union, at the sold-out People’s Question Time event in east London.  Bennett and the other panelists will address pressing questions including:    *Can we save our NHS from privatisation?   *What's the alternative to austerity?   *Why is there always money for war? *What happened to social housing?    Ahead of the event, which will be streamed online at http://www.thepeoplesassembly.org.uk, Bennett said:  "The People's Assembly Against Austerity is fulfilling two critical roles.  “It is leading in presenting the fact that austerity is a failed policy that is making the poor, the disadvantaged and the young pay for the fraud, risk-taking and errors of the bankers, while rich individuals and multinational companies are not paying their way.  “And it is encouraging a vital step towards repairing o
Natalie Bennett: Leader's debates will not be a fair representation of politics if Greens are excluded
Reacting to broadcaster's joint plans to broadcast a series of multi-platform party leader debates in the run up to the 2015 General Election without Green Party representation, Natalie Bennett, Green Party Leader, said: "With these proposals the broadcasters are demonstrating just how out of touch they are with the public mood, and how ridiculously they cling to the idea that the future of politics looks like the past.  "It is clear from votes and polls (1) that the public are fed up with the three business-as-usual parties and are looking around for alternatives.  "That is also demonstrated by the soaring membership of the Green parties of England and Wales and Scotland, now exceeding 27,000 (2).  "Those members, the fast-growing numbers of likely Green voters (matching Lib Dems numbers), and the majority who back Green policies like bringing the railways back into public hands and the living wage for all workers would be seriously short-changed by debates from which we were e



 
load menu