As part of his mayoral election series of interviews, Jack Valentine speaks to Green Party’s Andrew Cooper.
With Scotland’s smacking ban coming in to force, Jess Tait explores the age old debate of when discipline becomes harm.
May 5th saw the conclusion of the Tour de Yorkshire, an annual cycling event that always guarantees large crowds and plenty of attention throughout Yorkshire. Five days later, the Tour de Magid began. While not as well-known as its cycling counterpart, it nevertheless has generated huge excitement, particularly on social media. Magid Magid is the 29-year-old former Lord Mayor of Sheffield and the lead Green Party candidate for the European elections in the Yorkshire and Humber region. Born in Somalia on the eve of the country’s civil war, Magid and his mother fled the country when he was six and came to Sheffield in 1994. He studied aquatic zoology at the University of Hull, rising to become the President of the Student Union. After university, he returned to Sheffield, where he was elected as a councilor in 2016.
The Gryphon speaks to Green Party leader Natalie Bennett about the ‘Green surge’, climate change, feminism, and the difficulties facing BME candidates in British politics. In your recent New Year’s message you stressed that ‘It’s […]
The Green Party’s candidate for Leeds North West, Tim Goodall, was extremely popular with students at the University’s election debates. Promising to scrap University fees, pay a living wage, protect public services and double the […]
The upcoming general election has opened up opportunities for smaller parties to emerge, allowing groups like the Green Party to gain a political voice, which people are gradually beginning to listen to. This is, of […]
James Greenhalgh speaks to Green Party Leader and former Guardian Weekly editor about her ideas on legalising cannabis, feminism in Britain today and the living wage. Most people know your party for advocating action against […]