Greens launch General Election campaign for real hope and real change

Co-leader, and parliamentary candidate for Bristol Central, Carla Denyer will tell the party’s General Election campaign launch later today: 

“Across the country, people now have the chance to vote for real hope and real change. 

“Our politics is broken, our public services are on their knees and people are worse off now than when the Conservatives came to power 14 years ago. 

The case for change is obvious, but it has to be real change that offers real hope. Half measures and broken pledges will not do. 

“The Conservatives are clearly on their way out of government, but Labour is failing to offer the real change needed. 

“We have the practical solutions to the cost-of-living crisis, building new affordable homes, protecting our NHS from creeping privatisation and cleaning up our toxic rivers and seas.” 

The party’s campaign launch will take place in Bristol, where the party now leads the council after winning every single seat in the Bristol Central constituency. 

Co-leader Adrian Ramsay, who is standing in the new Waveney Valley constituency on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, will say: 

“After so much damage by the outgoing Conservative government, we need more than a few tweaks from a new Labour government. Green MPs will push the next government for bold action to achieve the real changes that are needed to confront the big challenges our country faces.

“Over the past five years, we have increased the number of councillors five-fold. Greens have dramatically increased our number of councillors elected, from here in Bristol, to councils across Waveney Valley and from Newcastle to Hastings. 

“Over the next few weeks, we will build on that success and on 4 July ask voters to elect at least four Green MPs in our target seats and support our candidates standing across England and Wales. We are offering real hope and real change.”  


The Green Party of England and Wales aims to stand candidates in every constituency, with its best chances in: 

  • Brighton Pavilion – Sian Berry 
  • Bristol Central – Carla Denyer 
  • North Herefordshire – Ellie Chowns 
  • Waveney Valley – Adrian Ramsay 

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