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By All Greens Necessary: Stop the War

Darren Johnson, Leader of the Green Party in the London Assembly said, "Greens believe that even if the UN were to give a war on Iraq its backing, that would still not make it a legitimate war. A second UN resolution will not somehow make war more just. It will not make it more moral. […]

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City Hall finally welcomes cyclists

City Hall is home to the Mayor and the London Assembly. The placement of cycle racks for casual visitors to City Hall will supplement the existing provision of cycle parking for 50 staff in the basement. City Hall, along with other modern central London buildings such as Norman Foster’s ‘gherkin’, only have provision for unloading […]

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Green tax on air travel grounded by Darling

The Minister was commenting on the recent report from the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution which recommended a ban on new runways and a green tax of at least £70 per return ticket. Commenting on the situation, Darren said, “Just as there is to be a congestion charge for cars in central London, there should […]

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London Mayor launches public attack on Greens

But Cllr. Darren Johnson AM countered, "Ken is wrong to say the policy choices are between his own and the Tories. The real choice in London, as elsewhere, is between the sustainability agenda of the Greens Party Group and the unsustainable agenda of the others." Darren continued, "When Ken Livingstone supports new roadbuilding, airport expansions, […]

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Greens welcome plans for Ealing trams

Jenny believes that the £200m project will provide at least 50 million passengers a year with a more reliable and sustainable form of transport, but TfL have to provide the money and imagination to meet many of the community’s demands, such as traffic calming. Overall, there will be less traffic on Ealing’s roads, due to […]

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