This year’s local elections are the most important in the Green Party’s history
In May 2023, the Green Party is defending more council seats than at any point in its history.
But they also have plans to gain lots more too. On the fifth episode of #BrightGreenLive, our editor Chris Jarvis explained why he thinks the 2023 local elections are the most important the Green Party of England and Wales has ever faced.
Watch his comments in full here:
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What’s so difficult about the word “England” that makes it so hard to use? There are no local elections in Wales. Nor Scotland.
It seems fair to me. Scotland is a seperate Party and not for it to be mentioned here. The Green Party of England and Wales are fighting these elections as a united Party with activists helping out where ever needed
Won 10 in Lancaster and Morecambe in 2019. Will hold those easy enough and may win up to 10 more. I would guess 20 seats is quite possible and would then be the biggest Party on the council which they already lead thanks to five gains and defections since 2019. Same situation in Lancaster as mentioned here in Brighton re leading an administration and holding that role after an election