Headingley & Hyde Park Green Party News

HSBC - Stop Funding Fracking Demo Leeds

23 February 2019

HSBC - Stop Funding Fracking Demo Leeds

Heavy Lorries rumbling through Headingley

08 September 2018

Heavy Lorries rumbling through Headingley

Labour's plans to destroy Leeds Green Belt

15 July 2018

Labour's plans to destroy Leeds Green Belt

Rubbish Everywhere

05 July 2018

Every year we have a huge issue in Headingley, Hyde Park and Woodhouse with the house changeover period in June/July. The affected streets are left in a total mess, with many perfectly usable items thrown away every year.

Swings and Roundabouts

25 June 2018

Where have the playgrounds gone?

Nuclear Power - Dangerous & Unnecessary

11 May 2018

Nuclear Power - Dangerous & Unnecessary

Labour Or Green - A Student's choice

01 May 2018

Labour or Green - A Students choice act now because we care what happens to future generations: our children and the next generation. But political movements are built from the ground up. That means that the Green Party needs to build a strong base of local councillors. We ask you to help us do that. Give us your support at the local elections in May – vote for your Green Party candidates. The longest journey begins with a single step.

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

30 April 2018

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

Headingley Breathing Cities Campaign Launch Success

30 April 2018

Headingley witnessed the launch of the Breathing Cities campaign, Deputy Green party Leader Amelia Womack and Local Headingley and Hyde Park Main candidate Tim Goodall gave powerful and poignant speeches during the event

Greens active in the community all year round

30 April 2018

Tim Goodall, part of the Litter picking as part of the Woodhouse Ridge Action Group. A local community group working to conserve Woodhouse Ridge. Meets on the last Sunday of every month (except December and August when we take a break).







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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.

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