19 July 2019
A motion proposed by Green county councillor Robert Lindsay to stop spending on Ipswich northern bypass and instead spend on zero carbon solutions to Ipswich’s traffic problems was defeated at the county council after Conservative councillors and Labour joined forces to vote it down, despite declaring a climate emergency just a few weeks earlier.
24 May 2019
Green Party deputy leader Amelia Womack is visiting Suffolk on 5th June to meet new and existing members of Babergh Green Party.
10 May 2019
Vote for the Green List at the Euro Elections
09 May 2019
Babergh Green Party has achieved an amazing historic first today with a record FOUR of its candidates winning seats on the District Council. We have had Green councillors in the past, but between 2015 and 2019 there were no Greens on the Council - until today!
13 April 2019
Almost everyone has a chance to vote Green for Babergh Council on May 2nd
10 April 2019
08 November 2018
The long running plans for a destructive Sudbury bypass have been ditched.
31 August 2018
Attached is Robert's latest newsletter
23 May 2018
Green councillors in two of Suffolk's local authorities have called for an end to the secrecy of a little known elite body that is making decisions on spending Suffolk tax payers' money. The Suffolk Public Sector Leaders group, which comprises the leaders of all eight local authorities in the county plus the Police and Crime Commissioner, has been meeting in private for several years. Minutes and agendas are not published. It has acquired a pot of about £6 million from a proportion of the business rates collected around the county. In December it announced it was spending an unspecified sum on a private consultancy to draw up a business case for a controversial Sudbury bypass.
23 May 2018
Childcare providers are likely to receive an increased hourly funding rate of £4.00, a report from Suffolk County Council’s School Forum has revealed. Providers in Suffolk and nationally have been warning of a crisis within the childcare industry for many months now, with countless businesses struggling to stay afloat due to a disgraceful lack of funding and support.
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