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Link to A backwards looking budget

A backwards looking budget

28th November, 2016

Chancellor Philip Hammond had the opportunity in the Autumn Statement to change direction on austerity and breathe new life in … Full Story »

Link to Heavy-handed tactics on 17th November

Heavy-handed tactics on 17th November

28th November, 2016

The dawn raid on Rustlings Rd, approved and authorised by the Labour council, shocked not only sleepy residents, but people … Full Story »

Link to Extraordinarily aggressive tactics sanctioned by the council

Extraordinarily aggressive tactics sanctioned by the council

22nd November, 2016

Members of Sheffield Tree Action Groups and concerned residents are appalled by the extraordinarily aggressive tactics sanctioned by the council, … Full Story »

Link to Natalie Bennett public meeting “Why Sheffield needs Green solutions”

Natalie Bennett public meeting “Why Sheffield needs Green solutions”

16th November, 2016

Everyone is invited to a public meeting and question and answer session with Natalie Bennett, former Green Party leader and … Full Story »

Link to Alison Teal’s first speech to Council

Alison Teal’s first speech to Council

8th November, 2016

I was born in the pit village of Royston, near Barnsley, in 1965 in the shadow of a coking plant … Full Story »

Link to Report from November’s full council meeting

Report from November’s full council meeting

7th November, 2016

November’s full Council meeting showed how far the green movement has come in facing up to the environmental challenges facing … Full Story »

Link to Opposition parties should work together to stop austerity

Opposition parties should work together to stop austerity

6th November, 2016

The Ken Loach film “I, Daniel Blake” powerfully highlights the impacts of austerity by focusing on the now brutal, impersonal and uncaring benefits system. Full Story »

Link to South West school expansion has damaging impacts

South West school expansion has damaging impacts

4th November, 2016

l agree with comments in last week’s Special Report: ‘Sheffield families lose out as market forces fuel house price rises’. … Full Story »

Link to Green Councillors welcome ‘no fossil fuels’ commitment

Green Councillors welcome ‘no fossil fuels’ commitment

3rd November, 2016

Sheffield’s Green councillors welcomed Labour’s last-minute change in Wednesday’s council meeting to confirm that Sheffield City Council “will not invest in fossil fuels.” Full Story »

Link to Council’s flood protection proposals need more work, say Greens

Council’s flood protection proposals need more work, say Greens

1st November, 2016

Sheffield Green Party has responded to Sheffield Council’s consultation on flood protection in the Sheaf and Upper Don river basins. Full Story »

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