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Greens oppose limits on local democracy

5th September, 2017

Sheffield Green Party councillors are objecting to the ruling Administration’s proposal to reduce opposition in council meetings. Full Story »

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Sheffield Council should be tougher on air pollution

31st August, 2017

If the Council regards health and air quality as high priority, why isn’t it being tougher on air pollution? Full Story »

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Greens call for urgent review of student accommodation

29th August, 2017

Sheffield Green councillors have put a motion to council calling for an urgent review of supply and demand of student accommodation. Full Story »

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“If you’re not turned onto politics, politics will turn on you”

25th August, 2017

Yet again we read “Bryan Lodge claims…” This time he says “it could be millions”. Will they share with us … Full Story »

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Sheffield tree campaigners won’t appeal injunction

18th August, 2017

The defendants in the Sheffield tree felling protest injunction court case, including Green Party Cllr Alison Teal, have decided not to appeal the August 15th judgement. Full Story »

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Sheffield Greens respond to High Court verdict

15th August, 2017

Sheffield Greens are very disappointed that today the High Court ruled in favour of granting an injunction aimed at preventing … Full Story »

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Sheffield Greens Welcome Environment Secretary’s Intervention and Condemn ‘National Embarrassment’ Tree Felling Programme

10th August, 2017

Today the Government’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) intervened in the ongoing Sheffield tree felling controversy on … Full Story »

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World Student Games deficit not ‘settled’

9th August, 2017

Labour Cllr Peter Price again says the World Student Games deficit was “settled” in 1992 (Star 2 August). So we … Full Story »

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20mph speed limit will save lives

9th August, 2017

Green Councillor Douglas Johnson says the 20mph speed limit will save fuel, improve air pollution and save lives Full Story »

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Expensive and undemocratic contracts need to be seen by the many not the few

25th July, 2017

We await the truth behind the GMB leaked e-mail suggesting Veolia have been burning waste due to be recycled since … Full Story »

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