Headingley Green Party News

Litter Pick 2021

27 March 2021

Litter picking in 2021

Leeds Bradford Airport planning application has been submitted

19 May 2020

Leeds Bradford Airport planning application has been submitted

Busy February Update

24 February 2020

Fighting for Social Justice and for Climate Action, its been a busy month for Headingley Green members, join hundreds of others in Leeds.

Leeds opposition to the expansion of Leeds Bradford Airport

30 January 2020

Opposition to the expansion of Leeds Bradford Airport Climate Crisis. Air pollution. Noise Pollution "Hundreds of people turned out to protest about the plans for a new airport terminal and to lower the restrictions on night flights". Tim Goodall, representing the Green Party and the Group for Action on Leeds Bradford Airport spoke to the crowd outside the civic hall. There were protests inside the civic hall during the meeting.

Green Light January 2020 Edition

18 January 2020

Green Light January 2020 Edition Airport link Road, Car-Free Leeds, Fair Votes & HS2

Climate Crisis Hustings - Leeds NW Parliamentary

09 December 2019

Climate Crisis Hustings - Leeds NW Parliamentary

Register to Vote - Climate Election

21 November 2019

Headingley Green members were out speaking to Leeds University students and residents about the need to register for this critical Climate Election

Martin Hemingway and Tim Goodall Out and about listening to Local Residents in Headingley

09 November 2019

The possibilities for a more cycle-friendly road - a local green member's perspective.

Taking climate change seriously

04 November 2019

Are Leeds council taking the Climate EMERGENCY seriously?

Unity Day 2019

04 August 2019

Unity Day 2019







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    A brief history of tuition fees in England
     
    1998 - Labour introduce fees of £1000. There were exemptions for students whose family earned less than £23000 per year.
    The student grant was abolished.
     
    2001 - Labour election manifesto pledge that they will not introduce top-up fees.
     
    2004 - Labour introduce top-up fees to increase annual fees to £3000.
     
    April 2010 - 57 LibDem candidates sign pledges not to increase tuition fees.
     
    May 2010 - LibDems join Tories to vote for increased fees up to £9000 per year.