“Whether it’s in Burnley or Bristol, people are turning to the Greens because they know that the way we won their vote is the way we will use the power they have given us - with hard work and humility.

Greens make gains in early council results
In an election like no other, a new wave of Scottish Greens have offered a vision that offers the new politics needed in a time of change
Sarah Lunnon explains how one jury’s verdict has indicated a cultural change for environmental accountability
Virgil Bitu from Greens of Colour describes how GRT communities are viewed by politicians and governmental institutions
PCC candidates Cleo Lake and Kahina Bouhassane discuss their election pledges
Green MP Caroline Lucas calls for an inquiry into the Prime Minister’s consistent failure to be honest

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Local elections
Cllr Geraldine Coggins details how Greens in Trafford have pushed the council into climate action
Cllr Julian Dean explains how councillors are pushing for change in Shropshire
Bristol’s Green mayoral candidate Sandy Hore-Ruthven explains how he plans to build the city back better
Green Party mayoral candidates Tom Crone and Gary Cargill explain how they plan to protect Liverpool’s future
Green mayoral candidate Melanie Horrocks outlines her climate-focused priorities for the region
Green Party candidate for the Hartlepool by-election Rachel Featherstone details how green policy could positively impact the ex-industrial town
Post-Brexit Britain

With the end of the Brexit transition period upon us, two Young Greens – Marie Stadtler and Eleanor Morrissey – reflect on what the end of free movement means to them.

Professor Jeroen van der Sluijs outlines his argument against the toxic insecticide
Keith Taylor MEP discusses the risks posed by Trade Secretary Liam Fox’s approach to Brexit
Charlotte Killeen considers the impact of the UK’s decision to leave the EU on women’s rights issues
Cabinet’s proposals for a tiered immigration system banning those earning under £30,000 have come under fire
Louisa Greenbaum gives an insight into how organising Green Party Conference has changed during Covid-19
The city council’s first Climate Assembly focused primarily on transport
Rupert Read explains why he is calling for a boycott on speaking to the Murdoch-owned press
Green Party House of Lords nominee Molly Scott Cato outlines her plans should she be asked to enter the second chamber
Covid-19 pandemic

A Green Party Freedom of Information Request has shown there is a ‘postcode lottery’ when it comes to coronavirus test result waiting times, with some parts of the country receiving test results far quicker than others.

Alan Story looks at the barriers to developing a Covid-19 vaccine and who will have access to it
Green councillor Gina Dowding calls for a community approach to supporting the vulnerable during the Covid-19 outbreak
Alan Story explores the race to find a Covid-19 vaccine and how its patenting could price millions out
Measures to contain the coronavirus are eerily reminiscent of the failed war on drugs