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Caroline Lucas interview in The Guardian

Posted by Dave Schwab at Green Party Watch:

Aida Edamariam at The Guardian has an interview with Caroline Lucas, who recently became the Green Party of England and Wales’ first member of parliament:

Whatever you think of the Greens, it would have been hard not to feel that one of the few truly inspiring moments in last week’s election came at about 6am on Friday 7 May, when, in a hall on the cold seafront, Green party leader Caroline Lucas was declared MP for Brighton Pavilion, with a 1,200 majority.

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Poll Suggests Greens Leading in One British Parliamentary District

Ballot Access News:

This newspaper story from Great Britain says a neutral poll suggests that the Green Party will win its first seat in the British Parliament. Thanks to Green Party Watch for the link. Britain will hold a general election sometime in April, May, or June 2010.