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Greens pledge not to demolish estates in London

11 January 2016

“It’s almost always much better to improve than demolish”

#FairFares: Abolish the zones and close the gaps with a one-hour ticket across all modes

03 January 2016

"We'll level the playing field to make everyone's journey to work cost the same," says Green candidate for Mayor, Sian Berry

Use Tube adverts to boost Londoners’ pay and help small businesses, says Sian Berry

16 December 2015

"TfL ought to have a strong ethical policy for adverts. If we sign more employers up to pay the Living Wage into the bargain, that would be win-win for Londoners"

Green Deputy Leader calls for more diverse Met Police to combat Islamophobia and extremism

10 December 2015

“We must build bridges with all members of society, not risk marginalising the very communities who need our support”

Small Business Saturday: Green candidate for Mayor of London unveils chain-store levy to boost local shopping

05 December 2015

“Promoting local shops makes sound economic sense: half the turnover of an independent local retailer goes back to the local community, compared with just five percent from a supermarket”

The 13 ‘new’ river crossings for London – a mixture of good, harmful and already planned

03 December 2015

"It's a bit cynical to lump in things that are already planned like Crossrail and good things like cycle crossings and the Overground ,which people have campaigned hard for"

Green Mayoral candidate backs long-overdue London Aids Memorial project

01 December 2015

Sian Berry, the Green Party candidate for Mayor of London, has pledged her backing for a London Aids Memorial if she is elected to City Hall.

Green mayoral candidate calls on Chancellor to scrap mortgage tax subsidy for landlords and to use the money to nearly double the affordable housing budget in London

19 November 2015

“London is in the grip of a housing crisis caused by the kind of soaring price rises that the subsidy for private landlords fuels.”

Shame on Crossrail for what they have done to Silvertown, says Green candidate

18 November 2015

“This ugly, impassable barrier runs right through the heart of Silvertown where it blights local commercial activity and creates an intimidating environment for pedestrians."

“Going ahead with the Silvertown Tunnel would be immoral on public health grounds alone” – Caroline Russell

17 November 2015

Caroline Russell, the Green Party’s local transport spokesperson and No.2 on the party’s London-wide list of candidates for the London Assembly, was one of several London politicians at a meeting organised by the No To Silvertown campaign in Greenwich last week.






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