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'The Green Party are turning into a force on the radical left'

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Published on Sep 11, 2012

'The Green Party are turning into a force on the radical left'

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John Harris visits the Green party conference for the first time to find a young generation taking over, a battle to attract working-class and BME members, and an ambitious new leader aiming to emulate the Greek Syriza party. This is the first in a series of films from this year's party conference season

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S.R. Howell
I'm voting Green. Labour have been rubbing up against Tories in the Elite circles for far too long.
88888
As a swede it's kind of funny to see this being considered a force on the radical left.
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rockinchimp
Since when did it become radical to do the right thing? If anyone says they care about the UK but don't care about the land and environment then they clearly don't care about this country...
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Muskateering
Hippies!
George Mills
hahaha what a joke of a party!!!
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Thomas Edgerley
Can't wait for them to fuck us up.
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Josh
not really the 'radical left', more like the unrepresented left, now Labour are on more central ground in terms of ideology. Although to give them credit they are moving slightly more to the left now election time is approaching.
Robert G & The Mystery Band
It's good to see a genuine left wing party gaining force. That's one of the reasons I'm voting for them. I'm a Marxist, and there's nothing radical about it, just the good old common sense of making society work for everyone.
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Haradion Drogon
1:15 gotta love that: "Really?!" "... No..."
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HappyKoala
Green Party policies outlined by Natalie Bennett when speaking with Andrew Neile on the Sunday politics show (BBC) on 25th January: 1. Reduce border and immigration controls so that we have complete open borders. 2. Stay in the EU but with NO free trade agreement. 3. Allow criminals to keep their council home/flats so that when they come out of prison they won't be homeless. 4. Weaken the armed forces to much less numbers in our military and scrap trident nuclear deterrent. 5. Make it free and legal for people to be part of ISIS or Al Queda. Are they fucking mad?!
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