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Cornwall Green Party: We are not running to support the Conservatives or any other party

Cornwall Green Party has reacted strongly to reports that it might support a Tory administration on Cornwall Council. “These reports are based on a serious misinterpretation of what I said in an interview with Cornwall Reports,” said the party’s co-coordinator Karen La Borde. “We are not running in this election with the aim of supporting […]

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Cornwall Green Party launches local election campaign with biggest ever slate of candidates

With Greens standing all across Cornwall, from Bude to Penryn and from Saltash to St Ives, Cornwall Green Party is running on a platform of: Democratically accountable planning and an end to destructive ‘development’ A joined-up approach to health and wellbeing Public transport that’s regular, affordable and reliable. Housing policies that address local needs A […]

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Campaign Diary Week 2 – Philippa Purchase

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Crisis the Stratton ward by-election has been postponed. Green campaigner Philippa Purchase is standing for the Green Party in the Bude-Stratton Town Council Stratton ward by-election on 19th March. Philippa is a Bude resident, and currently sits on the Town Council Climate Change and Environment Committee, helping the council develop […]

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Cornwall Green Party candidates call for voters to remember our natural world on 12 December

Candidates for the Green Party in Cornwall today called for a ‘New Deal for Nature’ and appealed to voters to remember Cornwall’s natural environment and the threats it faces. Collin Harker, Green Party candidate for St Austell and Newquay said: “Our wonderful natural environment is Cornwall’s most precious resource – it’s vital for our common […]

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