Stanmore Society hosted successful public meeting on air pollution

19 March 2017

Caroline Russell told of her positive experience of going car-free and took questions about Heathrow, step-free access, black-cabs, and school runs.

Our Member of European Parliament for Healthy Workplaces

05 March 2017

Met Police Commissioner "Very controversial choice"

23 February 2017

Controversial Met Police Commissioner Protested by Charles DeMenezes Family

Watch: Caroline's speech at women's march

09 February 2017

The day of Donald Trump's inauguration, London sent a message with 100,000 turning out, more than expected. Introduction by Sandi Toksvig from the new Women's Equality Party, we officially support the million women march.

No CETA public meeting comes to Westminster

02 February 2017

Jean Lambert, Member of European Parliament for London Green Party, spoke to a public meeting about the complex but far reaching issue of trade deals, at the University of Westminster in London

Marking Holocaust Memorial Day at City Hall

27 January 2017

Green Councillors were amongst those marking Holocaust Memorial Day with a ceremony in London's City Hall including a testimony from a Cambodia survivor. On the same day, which marked the Liberation of Auschwitz, an executive order was signed by Trump banning millions from the USA due to their religious beliefs.

Protesting Disappearances of Pakistani Online Dissidents

17 January 2017

The Green Party stands in solidarity with dissident bloggers right to free speech

New years resolution: Get involved in 2 January events

10 January 2017

Green Party Christmas message:

25 December 2016

2016 has been challenging yet saw a few Green wins over air pollution, Central Hill Estate, and beating Zac Goldsmith's divisive campaign. Join us and make 2017 a year of hope

No strategy for flood prevention: Green Councillor Slams Islington Council failure

05 December 2016

Green Party Councillor Caroline Russell has expressed her outrage at the Council’s failure to develop a flood prevention strategy in Islington, in spite of the considerable risk to local residents, and particularly, the likelihood of major transport disruption.

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