Caroline Lucas is leader of the Green Party in England and Member of Parliament for Brighton Pavilion. Since becoming the first Green MP in 2010, she has gained a reputation as one the UK’s hardest working and most effective parliamentarians.
Some of Caroline’s key issues:
- Elimination of fuel poverty
- Defending the NHS against privatisation by stealth
- One million jobs in the low carbon economy
- Effective regulation of the financial sector
- A decent state pension and improved social care for older people
Caroline is co-chair of the All Party Group on Fuel Poverty and vice-chair of the All Party Groups on Public and Commercial Services, Sustainable Housing, Animal Welfare, and Nuclear Disarmament.
Patrick Harvie and Alison Johnstone are the Green Party’s current Members of the Scottish Parliament. Greens have been returned to Holyrood in every election since devolution in 1999.
Jean Lambert and Keith Taylor are the UK’s two Green Party Members of the European Parliament and part of a 47-strong Green group at Brussels.