Natalie Bennett, leader of the English and Welsh Greens, launched the party’s European Election manifesto saying that “boldness would bring electoral benefits.”

Key policies include scrapping of tuition fees, an increase in child benefit, a higher “citizen’s pension”,the introduction of free personal care, a living wage, the renationalisation of the railways and lower fares, a reduction in some rates of VAT, and of course plenty of environmental pledges.

The Green Party of England and Wales beat the Liberal Democrats into fourth place in the European elections for the first time, securing nearly 8% of the vote nationally with 3 MEP’s.

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