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This week, a friend at a shop I visit saved a couple of books for me to look at. I didn’t purchase the books but I did leave with something that he did have for me but it was in such dire shape that he thought I would most likely turn it down. 301 more words

Printing

The Green case for Brexit by Jenny Jones

The Green party is massively in favour of staying in the EU, despite seeing its many flaws as an organisation. The majority view of Greens is that its benefits far outweigh the problems. 1,250 more words

GM News

Boris thanks Green climate change 'leader'

Boris Johnson settled an old rivalry today (March 16) as he thanked the woman who has pushed forward his policies on climate change.

The Mayor of London, who spoke at the Greater London Authority (GLA) for his final Mayor’s Question Time, said that Jenny Jones, London Assembly member for the Green Party, had been a significant driving force in London’s action on climate change. 490 more words

Climate Change

Poem of the week: Jenny Jones - Warning

When I am an old woman I shall wear purple
With a red hat which doesn’t go, and doesn’t suit me.
And I shall spend my pension on brandy and summer gloves… 177 more words

Rachel Collinson - A Greener London is possible

You might have noticed we have the London Mayoral and Assembly elections coming up in May.  This weekend we held the official launch of local candidate, and Newham Green Party Chair, Rachel Collinson, who is running as the candidate for City and East. 468 more words

Newham

Keeping Up With the Joneses

By MARIE LAMBACHER

KENNESAW, Ga. – Imagine yourself walking down the street of an unfamiliar neighborhood. As you venture up a stranger’s driveway, you experience that familiar glimmer of optimism; that the person on the other side of the door will not slam it in your face, but give you the opportunity to change their lives. 582 more words

Business

Big Brother Blitzkrieg - King’s Head Theatre until 30th January 2016

Big Brother Blitzkrieg – King’s Head Theatre

★★★★

Review by Terry Eastham 

In 1908 a young painter received a letter from Vienna’s Academy of Fine Arts. 626 more words

Theatre Reviews