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Why Vote Green 2015: The Essential Guide

by Shahrar Ali

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The recent groundswell of support for the Greens has made them something of a dark horse in British politics. Will the party build on Caroline Lucas's 2010 breakthrough and convince the electorate that they will govern for more than just the environment? Deputy leader Shahrar Ali recruits some of the Greens' leading thinkers and activists to explore how the party provides a credible left-wing alternative to Labour in 2015. Setting out the party's key policies, commitments and ambitions, Why Vote Green 2015 creates a compelling case for the Greens as a party of government, and will prove invaluable in helping you decide where to place your vote.… (more)

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What a cracking little book. It is only 166 pages, split into 14 chapters, each a look at a different aspect of Green policy. We all know that the Greens want to save the planet but, what are their policies on other issues? Are they sandal wearing hippies spouting nice but impractical objectives for the country?

I defy anyone who has read this to find them guilty of half-baked theories. The party often takes a different slant to the two "main" parties, but when one has a problems that have defied these behemoths for many years, perhaps fresh thinking is what is required. Rest assured that, if the Green Party were to have any influence over the next government, they would not be bringing in laws concerning the number of mung beans that must be consumed per month; despite the fact that Labour and Conservative fear merchants will probably try to convince you otherwise. Sadly, fear of the scary monster represented by anything other than their political credo is all that you will see from the establishment parties between now and election day. When you feel completely bloated upon such bilge, don't nail your head to a passing aardvark, turn to some sanity and read, "Why Vote Green". ( )
  the.ken.petersen | Feb 16, 2015 |
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