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European Parliamentary Elections, Thursday 23rd May 2019

Help re-elect Molly Scott Cato as Green MEP for the South West

Molly has been clear on Brexit and has campaigned across the region for a People’s Vote and to stop the Brexit chaos.

Molly has been strong on climate, campaigning for rapid investment in renewables, working on sustainable finance law, and helping shaping a Green New Deal.

Molly is an economist who has challenged rising inequality and fought tax avoidance by large companies and the ultra-wealthy.

As well as Molly, we have five other outstanding candidates on the Green list: Cleo Lake, Carla Denyer, Tom Scott, Martin Dimery, and Karen La Borde.

Why is this election so crucial?
This European Parliament election on 23rd May is the most important in our history.  As we teeter on the brink of a catastrophic Brexit it offers us a vital opportunity to show that the will of the people has changed.  Molly is the most clearly Remain MEP in the South West.  A strong vote for Molly and the Green Party will help increase pressure for a People’s Vote; and we can use the European Elections as a proxy referendum.

Just as importantly, you can help make sure that EU policies develop in a way that’s good for the environment, good for the climate, and good for people’s quality of life.

Green Lord Mayor visits Glastonbury!

The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Bristol, Green Cllr. Cleo Lake

The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Bristol, Green Cllr. Cleo Lake will be opening Somerset Multicultural Association’s Black History Month Free Family Fun Day at the Red Brick Building, Glastonbury at 12 noon on Sunday, 7th October.

The event includes performances by TANGLE Theatre Company, Benji & Hibbz, and Oska Zaky – as well as children’s activities, talks, and workshops.

Somerset Multicultural Association’s aim is to bring BME people who live in rural Somerset together, as well as inviting the community as a whole to learn about and celebrate Black history and culture.

To find out more, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/783037425233813/