by Andrew Eaton-Lewis
It is just over a year since my dad died. In theory I should now be in the final stage of grief – reintegration, accepting your newfound reality and moving on. 3,606 more words
Ofcom have today announced a draft decision that the Greens are not a major party and as such do not necessarily need to be included in the televised leader debates during the upcoming general election campaign, while simultaneously deciding that UKIP ARE a major party and should be included. 281 more words
Back in December, I read a rather good article on the Guardian which put forth the idea that the Greens needed to embrace their dark side if they were to snaffle up disillusioned Labour voters, but also to tap into the vein of anger running through people in this country the same way that Podemos and Syriza have elsewhere. 506 more words
Back in October, I wrote about how I was conflicted between voting for the Greens or SNP in next May’s election.
To paraphrase that article, I want to vote for the Scottish Greens as I agree with most of their policies (to the extent that I joined the party) but they have only a tiny chance of winning my (or indeed any) seat. 1,067 more words