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The green candidate for Haydock in St.Helens was Amy Deluce. There was also no green candidate in 2016 so that’s a 952% increase in our vote. Next year I want a win.
St.Helens Green Party
The Lucas/Bartley campaign ticket Progressive Alliance has flopped and failed to deliver. Now that the old duopoly has returned to British politics, unless Labour agree on PR, the Progressive Alliance is dead and Corbyn now will be even less persuaded (is that possible)to accept PR as a voting system.
Best moment of the night the defeat of Nick Clegg.
Worst moment of the night, confirming the Progressive Alliance’s failure to deliver, the return of the ‘Green’ Tory Zac Goldsmith.
On the Guardian live blog, could the Greens be making progress in Cannock Chase (a bellwether Council they say…)