Siân Berry is our candidate for Mayor and lead Assembly candidate
Siân Berry is our candidate for Mayor and lead Assembly candidate
Caroline is currently working alongside Siân in Assembly where, among other things she has stood up for workers  in the gig economy, exposed the damage done by single-use plastic un-flushable products, produced a ground-breaking report on the financial health of Londoners and argued for clean air and safe conditions for walking and cycling.
Caroline is currently working alongside
Siân in Assembly where, among other things
she has stood up for workers in the
gig economy, exposed the damage
done by single-use plastic un-flushable
products, produced a ground-breaking report
on the financial health of Londoners
and argued for clean air and
safe conditions for walking and cycling.
Click below to learn more about Caroline.
Zack Polanski is also the constituency candidate for West Central London and is standing in Cities of London & Westminster for Parliamentary elections. 

Fully immersed in London's gig economy, he has worked as an actor, communications trainer, counsellor and youth worker in schools and Universities. He is also a member of the London International Gospel Choir.

A strong advocate for Proportional Representation and Universal Basic Income, his particular interest on the Assembly will be defending our civil liberties.
Zack Polanski is also the constituency
candidate for West Central London and
is standing in Cities of London and
Westminster for Parliamentary elections.
Fully immersed in London's gig economy, he has
worked as an actor, communications trainer,
counsellor and youth worker in schools and
Universities. He is also a member of the London
International Gospel Choir.
A strong advocate for Proportional
Representation and Universal Basic Income,
his particular interest on the Assembly
will be defending our civil liberties.

Zack Polanski

@ZackPolanski

As a Green campaigner in Islington Benali has stood with communities fighting damp in council homes and protecting community centres and he has co-authored the Green Party’s BAME and LGBTIQA+ manifestos.  His priorities on the London Assembly would be to work with a broad coalition of environmental campaigners to keep climate change on the agenda and to challenge the discrimination that keeps BAME people out of work, fight against cuts to sexual health services and work to protect our gay nightlife.
As a Green campaigner in Islington
Benali has stood with communities
fighting damp in council homes
and protecting community centres
and he has co-authored the
Green Party’s BAME and LGBTIQA+ manifestos.
His priorities on the London Assembly
would be to work with a broad coalition
of environmental campaigners to keep
climate change on the agenda and to
challenge the discrimination that keeps
BAME people out of work, fight against
cuts to sexual health services and work
to protect our gay nightlife.

Benalie Hamdache

@greenbenali

Gulnar worked for the Mayor of <br> London’s Economic Development Agency <br> when former Green London Assembly <br> members Darren Johnson and Jenny Jones <br> were in place.  She has seen that <br> only the Green Party offers genuine <br> scrutiny on issues that matter to <br> Londoners - affordable housing, renters rights, <br> a transport system that works, <br> air pollution, crime, local jobs <br> and businesses and the protection <br> of our parks and green space.
Gulnar worked for the Mayor of
London’s Economic Development Agency
when former Green London Assembly
members Darren Johnson and Jenny Jones
were in place. She has seen that
only the Green Party offers genuine
scrutiny on issues that matter to
Londoners - affordable housing, renters rights,
a transport system that works,
air pollution, crime, local jobs
and businesses and the protection
of our parks and green space.
Dr Shahrar Ali is Green Party Home Affairs spokesperson and its former Deputy Leader 2014-16 – the first BME deputy of a UK parliamentary party. He entered green politics after working as a researcher in the European Parliament. Shahrar has a PhD in philosophy, in which he tackled  the morality of lying and deception and is author of two popular books on Green politics. He has been active across London and nationally for the best part of two decades, campaigning on civil liberties, access to properly funded public services and the climate emergency.
Dr Shahrar Ali is Green Party Home Affairs spokesperson and its former Deputy Leader 2014-16 – the first BME deputy of a UK parliamentary party. He entered green politics after working as a researcher in the European Parliament. Shahrar has a PhD in philosophy, in which he tackled the morality of lying and deception and is author of two popular books on Green politics. He has been active across London and nationally for the best part of two decades, campaigning on civil liberties, access to properly funded public services and the climate emergency.

Shahrar Ali

@shahrarali

Rosamund’s first priority for the London <br> Assembly is Air Pollution and the need to uphold <br> the right of every child to breathe clean air.  <br> She is also committed to better, cleaner <br> and more efficient trains and buses,<br> cheaper prices, including free transport <br> for under 19s in full time education <br> and safer cycle lanes.  As a former head <br> of 6th form in S.E. London she <br> understands the importance of education <br>in providing the skills and confidence our <br> young people need to succeed and will lobby <br> for increased funding for young people’s mental <br> health and for London’s high exclusion <br> rates to be addressed.  Housing is <br> also a priority for Rosamund and she believes that <br> a new target of 50% social housing <br> in each new large development <br> should be set.
Rosamund’s first priority for the London
Assembly is Air Pollution and the need to uphold
the right of every child to breathe clean air.
She is also committed to better, cleaner
and more efficient trains and buses,
cheaper prices, including free transport
for under 19s in full time education
and safer cycle lanes. As a former head
of 6th form in S.E. London she
understands the importance of education
in providing the skills and confidence our
young people need to succeed and will lobby
for increased funding for young people’s mental
health and for London’s high exclusion
rates to be addressed. Housing is
also a priority for Rosamund and she believes that
a new target of 50% social housing
in each new large development
should be set.
Ben is profoundly Deaf and partially-sighted <br> and is bilingual in English and <br> British Sign Language. <br> He stood for the Green Party in <br> Putney in the 2017 General Election <br> and in Southfields ward in the 2018 <br> local elections and was awarded the <br> Most Inspiring Candidate award at <br> the 2017 Autumn Conference.  If <br> elected to the London Assembly in 2020, <br> he will work hard to make the policies <br> of the Green Party a reality in London and <br> to proudly represent the Deaf <br> and disabled community who are currently <br> under-represented in British political life.
Ben is profoundly Deaf and partially-sighted
and is bilingual in English and
British Sign Language.
He stood for the Green Party in
Putney in the 2017 General Election
and in Southfields ward in the 2018
local elections and was awarded the
Most Inspiring Candidate award at
the 2017 Autumn Conference. If
elected to the London Assembly in 2020,
he will work hard to make the policies
of the Green Party a reality in London and
to proudly represent the Deaf
and disabled community who are currently
under-represented in British political life.

Ben Fletcher

@BJFletcher

In 2014 Scott was elected as <br> the sole Green councillor in Lambeth <br>and spent the next four years facing down a ruling <br> neoliberal Labour Party as they sought to <br> demolish council estates and turn libraries <br> into gyms. He was re-elected to Lambeth <br> Council along with four fellow Greens <br> in 2018 and in early 2019 Lambeth became the first <br> Council to declare a Climate <br> Emergency.  Scott continues the fight for <br> Climate Action, Clean Air and Londoners’ right to <br> a safe, secure and affordable home.
In 2014 Scott was elected as
the sole Green councillor in Lambeth
and spent the next four years facing down a ruling
neoliberal Labour Party as they sought to
demolish council estates and turn libraries
into gyms. He was re-elected to Lambeth
Council along with four fellow Greens
in 2018 and in early 2019 Lambeth became the first
Council to declare a Climate
Emergency. Scott continues the fight for
Climate Action, Clean Air and Londoners’ right to
a safe, secure and affordable home.

Scott Ainslie MEP

@ScottMEPLondon

Hannah Graham is a Green Party activist based in London. She was Co-Chair of the Young Greens, the youth <br> wing of the party from 2017-2018 and sat as a voting member of the Green Party Executive (GPEx) during this time. She has been an active part of youth and student movements, currently working for UK Youth and previously having been elected as Vice President at Teesside <br> University Students’ Union, and a member of the NUS National Executive Committee. Her priorities include fighting to protect our capital’s youth services in the <br> campaign to end youth violence in London.
Hannah Graham is a Green Party activist based in London. She was Co-Chair of the Young Greens, the youth
wing of the party from 2017-2018 and sat as a voting member of the Green Party Executive (GPEx) during this time. She has been an active part of youth and student movements, currently working for UK Youth and previously having been elected as Vice President at Teesside
University Students’ Union, and a member of the NUS National Executive Committee. Her priorities include fighting to protect our capital’s youth services in the
campaign to end youth violence in London.

Hannah Graham

@hannarrr_

Peter Underwood is an activist in the Croydon &amp; Sutton Green Party and stood as the party's candidate in Croydon South at the General Election. Peter worked in the civil service for many years developing policy in welfare benefits,  employment programmes, and renewable energy. Peter currently works for two charities, The Conservation Volunteers and Trees for Life, supporting volunteers in practical environment conservation and rewilding projects.
Peter Underwood is an activist in the Croydon & Sutton Green Party and stood as the party's candidate in Croydon South at the General Election. Peter worked in the civil service for many years developing policy in welfare benefits, employment programmes, and renewable energy. Peter currently works for two charities, The Conservation Volunteers and Trees for Life, supporting volunteers in practical environment conservation and rewilding projects.

Peter Underwood

@GreenPeterU