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Blogs in the General Election 2019 Category

Killing for Sport is abhorrent
When the last salmon is fished, the last wildfowl shot and the last wild mammal hunted, what will you aim your guns at then?
Friends of the Earth?
I am appalled at your disingenuous press release of the survey claiming which political party is offering the best for the environment.
The Truth of the Matter
The Green Party of England & Wales was founded in 1973 by a group of people who were deeply concerned by the alarming rate of global environmental degradation resulting from human activity.
Looking for integrity in politics? Look no further.
If you have time, I would like you to read the following words written by a Green Party member whose name, alas, eludes me but for whom I will give great credit for summarising who we are and where and why we stand.
NFU Hustings
Unfortunately I'm unable to attend the NFU hustings, but I've responded honestly and openly to the questions you pose.
Spot the difference!
Can you spot the difference between a Monmouthshire Council investment and a Forest of Dean investment? We can't. Mark Harper thinks he can, and one of the ideas is "Barmy".
Labour Vote Down Green Policies
It saddens me that Labour Councillors, fully aware of the climate emergency, and their manifesto pledges to reduce carbon emissions, chose, or even worse were whipped, to vote against divestment.
Slade Brook
I admire the effect the tufa cascades of the Slade Brook have on people and visitors. Local poet Sean Swallow has obviously been deeply moved by its beauty and vulnerability and his poem captures this perfectly.
Why do we stand? Why don't we vote Labour?
If the Greens never stood for what they believed in, where would we be now?