Cllr Douglas Johnson's speech on the budget amendment

Cllr Douglas Johnson’s speech on the budget amendment

19th March 2019

Cllr Douglas Johnson’s speech on the budget amendment

Sheffield Greens submit people’s budget

5th March 2019

Sheffield Green Party councillors’ budget proposals offer to empower communities, tackle climate change and create new jobs.

Greens will offer a people’s budget

5th March 2019

Green Party councillors will be proposing a budget that will empower communities, tackle climate change and create new jobs.

Cllr Martin Phipps & Cllr Douglas Johnson at the Walk-in Centre

Greens comment on the report into allegations of bullying and dysfunction at Sheffield CCG

28th February 2019

Sheffield Green Party comments on the report into allegations of bullying and dysfunction in the senior management of Sheffield CCG

Alison Teal

Climate Change is an issue of such importance that there is no room for party politics

27th February 2019

We are experiencing the hottest February on record and the effects of climate change are being witnessed locally and globally.

Paul Turpin

The People’s Petition seeks to improve democracy in Sheffield

26th February 2019

The People’s Petition seeks to improve processes within Sheffield Council by restoring the committee system of governance.

Angela Argenzio

Women’s sports deserve more coverage and support

24th February 2019

I need to highlight the total lack of women’s sports teams and individuals in the 20 page Green Un on February 18th – not even in the football results.

Prevention is better than cure

21st February 2019

Sheffield has an alarming number of school exclusions, with up to 14% of secondary school children being barred at some point.

Victor Mujakachi

Sheffield Greens condemn the detention of Zimbabwean asylum seekers

17th February 2019

Alexi Dimond commenting for Sheffield Green Party: “Sheffield Green Party condemns the detention and possible deportation of Victor and other…

Ruth Mersereau

Inner Ring Road Expansion – “Business as Usual”

15th February 2019

Last week’s decision by the Labour Council to expand the Inner City Ring Road is another case of “business as usual” and is hugely frustrating.