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MSP and Councillor Reports

Our two Lothian MSPs, Alison Johnstone and Andy Wightman, provide regular reports to Party members. They have now released their March report, which you can read in full here. Included is discussion about their work on the budget, tackling child poverty, protecting free bus passes, action on short-term holiday lets, movement towards a citizens’s income, […]


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A Green “manifesto” for Newhaven

Gillian Mackay, Scottish Green Party candidate for Forth, and Chas Booth, Green councillor for Leith, set out their priorities for Newhaven if elected on 4 May.


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Homes for all

Everyone deserves a decent home says Mary Campbell.


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Local elections or dry-run for independence referendum?

Tory attempts to turn council elections into a vote on Scotland’s future relationship to UK are desperate and patronising, argues Gavin Corbett


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Full list of Green candidates in Edinburgh 2017

The full list of Green candidates in Edinburgh has been finalised, with the party contesting all 17 seats as follows:


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Schools: power in your hands

Schools can put power in your hands, argues Melanie Main.


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Greens head to Spring conference buoyed by poll

The Scottish Greens have welcomed a poll by Ipsos MORI showing that the party could be set to make gains at the council elections across Scotland in May.


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School chicken: Green MSP disappointed in lack of progress

Alison Johnstone MSP, Health, Children & Young People spokesperson for the Scottish Greens, today (1 March) expressed disappointment at the lack of progress in sourcing Scottish chicken for school meals.