01 December 2015
Green Councillor Phélim Mac Cafferty will join campaigners, charities, friends and family today (Dec 1st) in commemorating the lives lost to HIV/AIDS in Brighton & Hove, as part of a programme of events to mark World AIDS Day.
27 November 2015
This week saw the Labour Council in Brighton and Hove set out their proposals for budget cuts over the next four years, which will see 540 job losses and significant reductions in services for its most vulnerable citizens. Viewed in full, the Labour council’s budget proposals show a devastating cut to vital services.
26 November 2015
"Squeezed by welfare reforms, cuts to public services, and rising living costs, our poorest residents are simply being told: 'you're too poor to live here anymore.'
23 November 2015
Green councillors are calling on Brighton and Hove City Council to adopt more creative and cost-effective approaches to increasing cycling in the city, in order to improve health, reduce traffic and cut deadly vehicle emissions.
20 November 2015
, Greens say “more must be done” by the Labour council administration to help the poorest households
20 November 2015
"The service and our young people will suffer."
19 November 2015
Greens delivered a letter addressed to Prime Minister David Cameron urging him to plug the estimated £9.5m funding gap faced by councils between now and 2020 in the Comprehensive Spending Review expected next week.
18 November 2015
Green Councillors today called on unregistered voters across the city to register to vote by the end of this week, in order to avoid losing fair representation in Parliament.
17 November 2015
Green Councillors on the Children, Young People and Skills Committee joined forces with over 600 parents from Brighton Children's Centres Campaign yesterday to condemn massive cuts to children's centres in the city.
13 November 2015
Conservative and Labour groups in Brighton and Hove City Council voted today to give formal council support to building a second runway at Gatwick airport. The vote comes after Conservative-led councils in Kent and West Sussex both registered their objection to the airport expansion.