Headingley Green Party News

Why I've joined the Green Party

01 April 2015

Jane explains why like hundreds of other people across Leeds she decided to join the Green Party.

Member bio: Miriam Moss

21 March 2015

Miriam explains why she joined the party and what she does.

Member bio: Chris Hill

10 January 2015

Member bio: Claire Hawker

01 December 2014

This weeks featured member is Claire Hawker, who is helping bring The Real Junk Food project to Hyde Park & Headingley with the pop up kitchen taking place on 15th January details to follow soon!!

'Go Green’ message at Otley's Victorian Fayre 7th December.

01 December 2014

The ‘Go Green’ stall is a joint venture by the Otley & Yeadon Green Party and Otley-based Practically Green, a local environmental group. The stall will be providing practical information on how people can help themselves and their environment at the same time, as well as environmentally friendly and ‘green’ seasonal gifts on sale. There will be tips on everything from energy saving to shopping, growing your own food and exchanging ideas and skills, plus information on how to get involved locally and the Green Party.

Member bio: Morgan Tatchell-Evans

24 November 2014

This weeks member profile, 2014's Kirkstall Candidate Morgan.

Member bio: Lesley Jeffries

16 November 2014

Our membership has grown an awful lot recently so in an effort to get to know each other and help us all learn who is who in the party locally as well as highlight some of the fantastic things that our activists are doing in the community every week we’re going to publish a short bio of one of our members, this week Lesley Jeffries.

What does a prospective parliamentary candidate do with their time?

13 November 2014

Tim Goodall keeps us updated on what he has been getting up to

What does a prospective parliamentary candidate do with their time?

13 November 2014

Tim Goodall goes explains what he's been getting up to







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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.