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Join us on the Fight for £10 March this Saturday

13th December, 2016

Next Saturday [December 17] I’m delighted to be marching with the Sheffield Needs a Pay Rise campaign. Starting from Devonshire … Full Story »

Link to We need rent controls and more social housing.

We need rent controls and more social housing.

29th September, 2016

“Pay to Stay” rent hikes for households with incomes of £31,000 or more from next April are not only unfair, … Full Story »

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Green Party budget amendment in full

5th March, 2016

The Sheffield Star reported that the Green Party had made a budget amendment to install solar panels on council houses. … Full Story »

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Boilers on prescription?

8th December, 2015

Cold homes kill. And obsolete boilers are a big contributor to carbon emissions and dangerous gases in Britain. They cause … Full Story »

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Giving to people that beg won’t help

26th October, 2015

The City Council have launched a joint campaign with the leading local agencies and charities that work with homeless people … Full Story »

Link to Dickensian cuts amount to persecution of the poor.

Dickensian cuts amount to persecution of the poor.

26th October, 2015

The Star recently outlined the impact of Government tax credit cuts on 43,000 children in the poorest 27,000 working families … Full Story »

Link to Natalie Bennett urges support for “Take back Manchester”

Natalie Bennett urges support for “Take back Manchester”

30th September, 2015

Last night Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, spoke at the Peoples Assembly in Sheffield, urging us to support … Full Story »

Link to Sheffield Money or Wonga-lite?

Sheffield Money or Wonga-lite?

21st August, 2015

Just because it is cheaper than Wonga is not a good reason for the Council to promote payday loans. (“New … Full Story »

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Benefit cuts may be unlawful

16th July, 2015

Setting a benefit cap of £26,000 put Britain in breach of its obligations under the UN Convention on the Rights … Full Story »

Link to Sheffield Green Party joins biggest ever People’s Assembly against Austerity demonstration

Sheffield Green Party joins biggest ever People’s Assembly against Austerity demonstration

20th June, 2015

* Natalie Bennett: Demonstration will show our “determination to get real change in Britain.” * Sheffield Green Party’s Declan Walsh: … Full Story »

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