05 April 2020
Wales Green Party is pleased to announce the selection of Gwent Green Party member Lauren James as the new Deputy Leader following a vacancy that arose last year after previous Deputy Mirka Virtanen stood down. Lauren will be joining the existing leadership team of Anthony Slaughter, Leader and Duncan Rees, her fellow Deputy Leader.
14 March 2020
The Green parties of the United Kingdom have called for the Westminster government’s forthcoming emergency coronavirus legislation to a Coronavirus Solidarity Pact to ensure that vulnerable people are offered extensive protections and security.
03 March 2020
Following this short campaign, with only two dedicated and hardworking canvassers we gained 44.2% of the vote! The final result was Labour - 264; Green - 209. Turnout was 22.8%.
08 November 2019
Wales Green Party are pleased to confirm that Anthony Slaughter, the leader of the party in Wales, has been selected as the party’s candidate for the Vale of Glamorgan constituency in December’s General Election.
07 November 2019
The Green Party will not field a candidate in ten constituencies in wales in the upcoming General Election as part of a series of electoral arrangements with the Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru. Our candidates are stepping aside to ensure that the Remain vote on 12 December is unified and that a Tory candidate is not successful in the constituency.
30 October 2019
Wales Green Party have argued alongside Caroline Lucas and others that a General Election is not the answer to the Brexit crisis and continue to campaign for a People’s Vote as the only fair solution to the current Parliamentary deadlock.
27 October 2019
Details on our AGM in Swansea
06 October 2019
Conference, these are troubling times. With our democracy in crisis and at a time of Climate Emergency our Green voice is needed more than ever. Our political system is broken with Johnson and his Bullingdon bully boys intent on defying Parliament and dragging us over the dangerous cliff edge of a no deal Brexit, trashing communities, livelihoods and endangering peace in Ireland. Increasing extreme weather events here and across the planet, together with the biodiversity crisis, highlight the devastating impacts of the climate emergency and the challenging future we face.
21 September 2019
From Bangor to Swansea Green Party representatives strike with the school children
27 June 2019
Our local Green Party, like some other parties, has decided in these very particular circumstances that the best choice right now is to put Wales before tribal politics. We will always stand up for environmental and social justice, but current government policies, including the threat of crashing out of the EU, are bad news for people and environment.