In May 2015 you have the opportunity to shake things up. You can show the incumbent Labour MP that he can’t take his seat for granted. Don’t let anybody tell you there is such a thing as a wasted vote.
I’m a local resident (living in Anerley). I love our parks, our local shops, my family and friends in the area, and the fantastic community groups. They’re what make London my home. They’re what motivate me to be involved in local
Unlike some right-wing parties, the Green Party really is a People’s Army. We don’t receive millions from bankers, we rely on the energy and enthusiasm of people like you. Get involved In the run-up to the 7th May, can you
You can email me at email@example.com. I’m getting a lot of emails at the moment, but will try to reply within a week. Please have patience! You can also tweet me: @tom_chance For the geeks The following is my public
I’m going to get out on the stump on Penge High Street, and I’m inviting other candidates to join me, after all the remaining hustings for Lewisham West & Penge have been cancelled. Read more…
Years ago I held the obscure title of Spokesperson on Intellectual Property for the Green Party. With the fuss yesterday about our policy on copyright, and the strong likelihood of some attempt to change that policy at our autumn conference,
Would you like to cycle through Forest Hill, pictured above? What about crossing the road, waiting in the cattle pens breathing in illegal levels of air pollution, or trying to cross where there aren’t any lights? We need safer, nicer streets
Lambeth Council are planning to regenerate the Central Hill Estate in Gipsy Hill. Though it’s outside the area I’m standing for, I’ve got involved to help the residents out.
Every time I hear someone say “nobody likes paying taxes”, I want to shout: I do! My taxes pay for a civilised society, for schools and roads we all need, and for support to those who face hard times. Tax
I am backing the NHS Reinstatement Bill, which would roll back NHS privatisation, because I believe in a publicly owned, publicly run and publicly accountable NHS.
One of my favourite subjects at school was geography. I remember learning about acid rain, the hole in the ozone layer, and global warming. It wasn’t until I got involved as a Greenpeace activist that it struck me: why hadn’t
The battle over Sedgehill School in Lewisham is, on the surface, about opposition to Academy schools. But it also goes much deeper, to the heart of the school system, and the question of the sort of education we want our