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Green Party of Wales EU Election Lead Candidate

24 April 2019

Wales Green Party are pleased to announce that their lead candidate in the forthcoming European Parliament elections will be the current leader of the party in Wales, Anthony Slaughter.

Highest Ever Vote Share In Newport West By-Election

07 April 2019

Congratulations to Green Party of England and Wales's Deputy Leader Amelia Womack, who secured our highest ever vote share in the Newport West by-election.

Green Newport West candidate calls for New Deal for Newport

06 March 2019

The Green Party Deputy Leader and anti-Brexit campaigner wants to see a Green New Deal in the UK similar proposals currently being proposed in the US.

Wales Green Party celebrates a Green Vision for Wales on St David’s Day

28 February 2019

As the people of Wales celebrate Welsh culture and heritage on St David’s Day, both at home and around the world, Wales Green Party are also looking to the future and celebrating a Wales fit for the 21st Century with their ‘Green Vision for Wales.

Wales Green Party welcomes the news that Hitachi have announced the suspension of work on the Wylfa Newydd nuclear facility

17 January 2019

Wales Green Party welcomes the news that Hitachi have announced the suspension of work on the Wylfa Newydd nuclear facility on Anglesey and believe that this should signal the end of this disastrous and dangerous project that has no place in the 21st Century.

New Wales Green Party Leader elected

02 January 2019

Penarth resident Anthony Slaughter has been elected as Leader / Spokesperson of Wales Green Party in the recent ballot of members that also saw Duncan Rees, of the North East Wales Green Party elected as Deputy.

Wales Green Party Members Renewable Energy Project Action

22 July 2018

Share Offer Open in Grannell Community Energy

Womack: Tidal Lagoon's clear and transparent audit further proof that Westminster must back the plan

10 July 2018

Green Party deputy leader Amelia Womack has welcomed the decision from Tidal Lagoon Power to respond to the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy with the release of a full audit of their finances.

Wales Green Party condemns the decision to allow radioactive waste dumped in the Severn Estuary

24 May 2018

The Wales Green Party are extremely concerned that the majority of the AMs appeared unmoved by the concerns of thousands of people regarding the dumping of mud from a nuclear site into waters close to Cardiff Bay yesterday.

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