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On Saturday 23 March, hundreds of thousands of people will take to the streets of London to demand a People’s Vote to break the Brexit impasse. Green Party Co-leader Jonathan Bartley explains why going back to the people is the only way to break the deadlock, and calls on all to join the march and make their voices heard.

Councillors voted unanimously in favour of a new deep pit coal mine, but campaigners in Cumbria say “there’ll be a fight”
Natalie Bennett addresses how concerned constituents should raise Brexit with their MPs
Amelia Womack explains how a lack of clean water disproportionately affects women and girls
Lambeth Councillor Becca Thackray shares her lessons for when it’s not easy being a lone Green
Green Party Co-leader Jonathan Bartley outlines how Greens will keep decision-making local
Alan Story looks deeper at the arms industry supporting the war in Yemen
The Green Isles Alliance seeks to coordinate the work of British Green parties in the pursuit of common goals
“People across the South East want something different – an alternative to the mess that we are in.”