The repercussions of Brexit are endless, and here is another: pesticides illegal under EU regulations are now contaminating the honeys we consume. Unions of agricultural workers have lobbied the government, but now the Green party and environmental activists are doing the same back.
Nick Powell analyses the remain alliance and looks to history for another example of an unlikely coalition.
Given the tectonic shifts in the political landscape that have rocked our country since the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, it is easy to forget about other political changes in 2016 that have been planned for some time. One such change is the resignation of Natalie Bennett, with the new Green Party of England […]
(Note: This interview was conducted before Hillary Clinton secured enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination) While he may be better known as the elder brother of Bernie, Larry Sanders is no stranger to political activism himself. Growing up in Brooklyn with parents who were, in his words, archetypal of the post-war, New York Jewish […]
Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett made the most of her trip to Exeter on Tuesday 15 March, giving interviews to Xpression FM and the BBC, as well as Exeposé, before her talk, entitled “Why We’re #GreenerIn”, that evening. Before she met me in DH1, she had already been to see a project called “Men in Sheds” […]