Lots happening in Sheffield on International Women's Day!

International Women's Day screening of 'Belle'

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As I'm quoted in this story as saying, the Police and Crime Commissioner should be asking from very serious questions about the behaviour of the South Yorkshire Police

Call to investigate arrest of protesters in Sheffield tree-felling battle

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Bad news from the Amazon - factory farming & multinational companies behind it

Amazon Deforestation, Once Tamed, Comes Roaring Back

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Enjoyed a really interesting discussion with the Hong Kong Public Affairs Society at Sheffield University last night - going to try to pay renewed attention to the important politics of Hong Kong. (I covered the handover as a journalist from Bangkok - what feels like a long time ago.)

Hong Kong Public Affairs and Social Services @ Sheffield Students' Union

su.sheffield.ac.uk
Feeling depressed by the Copeland result? Feel better by helping me build a new kind of politics - Green politics - in the North! :-)

A Green Voice for the North

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My letter in the Yorkshire Post
YOUR interview with Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, “I absolutely understand the need for Yorkshire transport investment”, could not have been more apt, published on the day the think-tank IPPR North (The Yorkshire Post, February 20) published a report demonstrating that more than half of UK spending on transport networks is in London. Current planned London...
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YP Letters: From: Natalie Bennett, Former Green Party leader, Sheffield.

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Looking forward to my coffee morning in Walkley, starting 11am until 1pm. Do pop by to Gerry's if you get a chance...

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Well said Caroline Lucas: There is no good reason for stopping this scheme

May will be known as a PM who built walls rather than bridges | Prospect Magazine

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Well done Cambridge Green Party for standing up for market traders

City councillors gear up for budget debate

cambridgeindependent.co.uk
This petition will be debated in parliament on March 27 - lots of time to tell your MP they should be there - and should listen to the scientific evidence

Petition: End the badger cull instead of expanding to new areas

petition.parliament.uk
Another privatisationfail - the "market for asylum housing" - and the contract has just been extended. Yes, it is G4S, yet again, a name of shame.

The shame of asylum housing of child refugees in the UK | Institute of Race Relations

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Exciting event coming up in Sheffield next week - urban agriculture and food security

REconomy Event

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Looking forward to my coffee morning tomorrow, 11am-1pm in Gerry's, Walkley. All welcome - please do pop in if you have any questions or thoughts you'd like to share.

Have a chat in Walkley |

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Looking forward to my coffee morning tomorrow, 11am-1pm in Gerry's, Walkley. All welcome - please do pop in if you have any questions or thoughts you'd like to share.

Have a chat in Walkley |

nataliebennett.co.uk
Best of luck for Adam Colclough in Stoke and Jack Lenox in Copeland today. Vote Green for new and better ideas on tackling poverty, providing energy, public transport and education. #VoteGreen2017!
Go Jack - good luck tomorrow! If you want to oppose the dangerous white elephant of new nuclear power in Copeland - and have policies that work for the common good within the environmental limits of this one fragile planet, Jack's your candidate.

Green Party's deputy leader Amelia Womack joins Jack Lenox on Copeland by-election campaign trail

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