Green Councillors blog
Below are a collection of blogs published by the Green Group.
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Set up a council-run litter enforcement service for the city, say Greens Brighton and Hove could soon have a council-run litter enforcement service after pressure from Green Councillors led the Labour Council to u-turn on outsourcing to private company 3GS. Greens raised repeated concerns about Labour’s management of the litter contract with 3GS after the […]
Popular Green Party petition will be heard by all parties and triggers Council debate Thousands of Brighton and Hove residents have signed a petition calling for a ‘People’s Vote’ on any Brexit deal. The petition, started by Green Party Councillor Pete West, states: “The government and parliament were given a mandate to negotiate a Brexit […]
Fight against cuts to NHS and other services ‘a matter of life and death’ Green Councillors will march in solidarity with communities defending public services at a public rally organised for this Saturday, October 13th. Coordinated by Sussex Defend the NHS and the Brighton and Hove Trades Council, the ‘Matter of Life and Death’ march […]
Council can and must act now say Greens as climate scientists give 12 year ultimatum The Green Group of Councillors have reaffirmed their call for an end to fracking and called for ‘immediate action’ on climate change following a damning report from the UN on global warming. A report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate […]
We have every right to be anxious about the impact of Brexit on our Council and its services, writes Councillor Phélim Mac Cafferty following a speech on the People’s Vote Just this week further details of the Brexit mess have been unveiled: The National Audit Office has slammed government departments for their inadequate planning for […]
Today we wear the symbol with pride – but despite progress, we know that our activism must continue […]
Come clean on why city’s residents are stopped from recycling plastics, say Greens FOI reveals Veolia ‘not willing’ to adapt £1bn contract to include plastics recycling 28/3/18 Greens have called on the Labour Council to come clean about plastics recycling in the city after a Freedom of Information Request from Materials Recycling World magazine revealed […]
Labour Council’s plastic waste measures don’t go far enough, say Greens Response to campaign for plastic free city a step in the right direction but slow progress holds city back 28/3/18 Greens have called for stronger action on plastic waste, urging the Labour Council to act swiftly to prevent more plastic pollution. A successful proposal […]
Councillor Alex Phillips This International Women’s Day will be my first as a mother. I have been a councillor for almost a decade but this year I have a newborn in tow too. I am neither disabled nor BAME and so have never experienced the inherent discrimination that women councillors pertaining to those two groups […]