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Greens welcome news that protestors will no longer face arrest

15th March, 2017

The Sheffield Green Party has welcomed the statement by South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Billings that the police … Full Story »

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Government should act on air pollution

15th March, 2017

There was no money to address air pollution in the Chancellor’s budget but the government has to act soon. After … Full Story »

Link to Sheffield Greens call for action on air quality and support Trees for Cities

Sheffield Greens call for action on air quality and support Trees for Cities

10th March, 2017

Sheffield Greens have welcomed increased pressure to improve air quality across the country, and are once again calling on Sheffield … Full Story »

Link to Sheffield Green’s criticise Budget and lack of air quality action

Sheffield Green’s criticise Budget and lack of air quality action

8th March, 2017

Sheffield Greens have criticised the Chancellor’s Spring Budget for continuing austerity and not properly addressing the crisis in the NHS … Full Story »

Link to Cllr Douglas Johnson’s Speech proposing the Green budget amendment, 3 March 2017

Cllr Douglas Johnson’s Speech proposing the Green budget amendment, 3 March 2017

8th March, 2017

Lord Mayor, I am pleased to introduce the Green Party’s budget amendment. Let me say from the start that the … Full Story »

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Greens support anti-fracking protests

7th March, 2017

Congratulations to Sarah Vause and Sarah Marsh, two local residents in Mosborough and Eckington, who organised the large anti-fracking march … Full Story »

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Charges against Green Party Councillor dropped

3rd March, 2017

Sheffield Greens have welcomed news that charges against Councillor Alison Teal, representing Nether Edge and Sharrow Ward, have been dropped … Full Story »

Link to A Green Budget to protect public services and make the city a better place to live

A Green Budget to protect public services and make the city a better place to live

3rd March, 2017

Sheffield Green councillors have delivered an amendment to Sheffield City Council’s proposed budget for 2017/18. The proposed Green Party amendments … Full Story »

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City folk can only feel let down by council

28th February, 2017

Cabinet member Coun Bryan Lodge’s claim that the Streets Ahead contract with Amey is “what the city wanted” needs close … Full Story »

Link to Charges dropped against Sheffield tree-felling protestors

Charges dropped against Sheffield tree-felling protestors

25th February, 2017

Green Party prospective parliamentary candidate for Sheffield Natalie Bennett has welcomed the news that the charges have been dropped against … Full Story »

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