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15 February 2012
In issue 703 of the Socialist, Socialist Party member Alec Price criticised the Green Party's claim to be an anti-cuts alternative to New Labour. Below we carry the correspondence that has followed
13 February 2012
At a Brighton Stop the Cuts Coalition debate on 2 February, attended by over 120 people, Green party councillor Jason Kitcat defended 'savings' by the council
1 February 2012
Green leader Caroline Lucas MP and her party are attempting to build on the unions' rift with Labour to encourage trade union support and funding to break from the Labour Party and support them instead
30 November 2011
Brighton local government elections in May 2011 resulted in 23 Green councillors, 18 Tories and 13 Labour, giving the Greens, elected on an 'anti-cuts' election campaign, control over the council cabinet
9 March 2011
ON THURSDAY 3 March, Brighton and Hove council passed a budget condemning the city to £24 million of cuts, writes Peter Knight, Brighton Socialist Party and Clive Heemskerk.
12 January 2011
ONE ISSUE dominates all others for the workers' movement now and for the foreseeable future - how to defeat the avalanche of cuts and tax rises that is engulfing us, writes Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary.
27 April 2010
The Green Party is standing more than 300 candidates in the general election. It believes it has a chance of getting one of its two MEPs, Caroline Lucas, elected to Westminster in the Brighton Pavilion constituency. Sean Figg and Judy Beishon explain why, fundamentally, the Green Party is not offering a way forward for working class people.
21 April 2005
LAST WEEK the Green Party launched their election manifesto. They put forward many policies that socialists also support - on the environment, against...
6 March 2004
Die GRÜNEN, Les Verts, the Green Party - the German, French and UK Green Parties, along with 29 other European Green parties, are now one party standing on one platform...
25 May 2001
THE PROSPECT of voting for one of the three main pro-capitalist parties in this election makes many working-class people cringe, writes Amrita Huggins.
20 October 2000
WHILE THE media circus follows the fortunes of big business-backed presidential hopefuls - Democrat Al Gore and Republican George Bush - they ignore the mass rallies organised in support of independent Left candidate, Ralph Nader...
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