North East Green Party News

Now is the time to take action: Vote Green in next week’s European Election!

16 May 2019

This is your chance to turn the North East Green – by voting for the Green Party candidates for the NE region in the European election in exactly seven days time on Thursday 23rd May.

Dewley Hill #KeepItInTheGround

14 May 2019

Green Party has fought tirelessly against open-cast mines under the “Keep it in the Ground Campaign”. The huge announcement today completely undermines the case for a new coal mine at Druridge Bay, and other sites at Dewley Hill and Pont Valley.

North East European Election Campaign Launch - Rachel Featherstone’s Speech

07 May 2019

Green Wins Across the North East

03 May 2019

Caroline Lucas recent visit to the North East

03 January 2017

Druridge Bay: Green Party Submission to Public Inquiry

03 January 2017

POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER ELECTIONS

28 April 2016

The North East England region of the Green Party will not be contesting these elections. The deposit of £5,000 for each of the three candidates in our region is punitive, restricting candidatures to organisations with rich backers. This is quite undemocratic. The position itself is not only too centralised but also too isolated from other agencies with which it should be integrated. The very low level of public participation in past elections may itself reflect a widespread recognition that the track record of Police and Crime Commissioners has been largely unsuccessful.

Shirley Ford's speech at the NE Climate March November 2015

01 December 2015

A transcript of the speech Shirley Ford delivered at the NE Climate March in November 2015

Green Party condemns undemocratic devolution deals for North East

26 October 2015

The North East England Green Party has condemned the Government’s newly announced devolution deals for the North East as undemocratic and paltry. The party say they want much greater devolution for local communities instead.

Greens attack Newcastle Council over destructive Woolsington Plan

20 July 2015

It is a bad day for Newcastle, for ordinary citizens of the city and for critical wildlife habitat when a Labour-dominated council and its planning committee back what is actually a speculative business development in Green Belt land at Woolsington Hall. It is a scheme by tycoon Sir John Hall that will only cater for a very small number of fellow super-rich individuals. Revealingly, the Chief Executive from Cameron Hall, when proposing the scheme at committee hearing, called the new hotel and associated facilities a “high-end extravagant (sic) experience” and “ opulent".

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