Blog Posts - Progressive Alliance

Richmond Park Donation Scandal Rocks the Green Party

An internal party report written by the Chair and two other senior members of Kingston Green Party, reveals that pressure was put on the two local parties which cover the Richmond Park constituency, not to stand a candidate in the recent by-election.
by London Green Left on Dec 6, 2016

Progressive Alliance Panel at Green Party Conference

Friday 2 September, 18.30-19.45Progressive Alliances: The case for cross-party working and why it could be a game-changer for the Green PartyThis session will explore the various options that collectively get called a 'progressive alliance'. It will...
by wembleymatters on Sep 1, 2016

Progressive Alliance misgivings? Emergency Motion for Green Party Conference as Lucas reiterates support for electoral pact

In an earlier posting LINK I wrote about some of the underlying issues that had emerged during the Green Party internal elections campaign. (Voting closed yesetrday) One of these was the 'Progressive Alliance' and misgivings about the way this strate...
by wembleymatters on Aug 26, 2016

Green Party Activists Voice Doubts about an Electoral Progressive Alliance

As counting begins in the Green Party leader and deputy leader elections, Caroline Lucas, one of the (joint) candidates for leader, has renewed her call for a progressive alliance of parties of the broad left at the next general election.But not all...
by London Green Left on Aug 26, 2016

Ashford Green Party resolutions on the 'Progressive Alliance'

Earlier in August, with the Green Party leadership context getting underway, I published an article about some of the underlying issues LINK. These include the proposal for a 'progressive alliance' which forms part of the Lucas-Bartley platform. Thei...
by wembleymatters on Aug 23, 2016

If the Labour Party Splits, What is the Future for a Progressive Electoral Alliance?

The Labour Party Right, quite correctly were foiled in their attempt to keep the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, off the ballot paper for the upcoming party leadership election. The rules for a leadership contest when no vacancy exists, are pretty clea...
by London Green Left on Jul 13, 2016

Interview - Jonathan Bartley, Green Party Co-Leadership Candidate

Green Left supporter Jonathan Bartley talks to Mike Shaughnessy about his candidature for the Green Party leadership on a joint ticket with Caroline Lucas:Tell me a bit about your background and how you came into politics?I am a descendant of the Qua...
by London Green Left on Jul 11, 2016

Shahrar Ali calls for Green Party internal referendum on party's Progressive Alliance positions

Shahrar Ali, a contender for deputy leadership of the Green Party, a post he currently holds, has called for a possible internal referendum on the negotiating position the party should hold in an discussion on a Progressive Alliance with other partie...
by wembleymatters on Jul 11, 2016

Clive Lewis & Caroline Lucas head up speakers list at Progressive Alliance event next week

From Compass Politics is in crisis and the repercussions from the result of the referendum are being felt socially, politically and economically. For many people, it feels like the country is being torn apart. If we want a politics and economy t...
by wembleymatters on Jun 30, 2016

Green Parties propose talks on progressive alliance post-Referendum vote

This is the text of the open letter that has gone from the Green Parties of England, Wales and Northern Ireland to Jeremy Corbyn, Tim Farron and Leanne Wood urging talks about a progressive alliance. Dear all,In a spirit of openness and transpa...
by wembleymatters on Jun 29, 2016

Can the Greens work with the Labour Party? Fringe meeting at the Green Party Conference February 28th

Ecosocialism IS the future. The Green Party plays an important part in politics, but also engages with other Left activists to campaign on issues where there is common ground. How can we work with Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Left and other appropriate Left...
by wembleymatters on Mar 4, 2016

Is Lalit Modi Sushma Swaraj’s Achilles heel?

Lalit Modi is in the news once more. Indian cricket administration's enfant terrible has snagged yet another victim. This time around, it's External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj. Swaraj finds herself embroiled in a conflict of interest.
by Make Time For Sports on Jun 16, 2015

Red Pepper on 'How red are the Greens?'

The latest Red Pepper, delivered today, has How red are the Greens? as its cover story with additional articles inside. It is edited by Michael Calderbank who is a member of the LRC and a local Brent activist with whom I have campaigned on various...
by wembleymatters on Apr 4, 2015

Cara mengencerkan larutan

Dalam dunia analis atau penelitian, pengenceran larutan sudah sangat familiar dan mudah untuk di lakukan. Tapi dimana ada kemudahan pasti ada kesusahan, masih banyak yang baru memasuki dunia tersebut sehingga masih belum mengerti mengenai teknik peng...
by Bisakimia on Sep 20, 2013

and now, stay tuned…….

My end of the world is a little more relaxed after today!  My final installment of The Blood Chronicles, Tears of Blood, is off to the publisher as of this morning, so all I have to do is wait to hear from them.  Spring break is just about here fo...
by At Your Fingertips on Feb 28, 2012

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