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Let’s Have a Sweetheart Deal to Stop the Cuts

The Green’s alternative budget would save essential services – for just 50p a week per household.

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Iffley Open House calls out to the public for alternative accommodation

Iffley Open House calls out to the public for alternative accommodation as the group receives notice from Wadham College to leave by 27th February.

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Greens condemn Oxford's MPs for backing unamended Brexit Bill

Oxford voted overwhelmingly to Remain. So did our elected MPs represent this view?

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Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 07:00 PM
Methodist Church Hall in Wallingford, United Kingdom

Informal Pre-Parliamentary Consultations With Lord Bradshaw

The Brexit Bill In The House Of Lords

Worried about Brexit? About its likely effects on your family, current job, career prospects, place of employment, the economy, the environment…? 

What issues do you want raised by Lord Bradshaw and other peers in the House of Lords debate?  

This is your opportunity to have your say.   Come along to talk to Lord Bradshaw.

Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 07:30 PM
Oxford Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre in Oxford, United Kingdom

Building a better society: changing a broken political system

**A Compass Event**

This is an open invitation to all who are distressed by the current political trends. At this meeting we shall consider how best to approach the next election so that we increase the progressive representation in parliament.

Compass has invited the following speakers to share their ideas and experience:


Helena Kennedy: Human Rights Lawyer and Labour Peer

Jonathan Bartley: Green Party Co-leader

Neal Lawson: journalist and chair of Compass (

Cat Hobbs: founder of ‘We Own It’ (
Lib Dem: tbc


After the presentations there will be a question and answer session followed by time for action planning.

Please register for the event at:

Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 08:00 PM
West Oxford Community Centre in Oxford, United Kingdom

Natural Flood Alleviation And Rewilding

Green County Councillor Sarah Lunnon, from Stroud in Gloucestershire, will talk in this public meeting about her work with the Environment Agency in promoting natural forms of flood alleviation which work with the landscape and existing water courses to achieve flood alleviation and protection of properties. This is a part of rewilding using the natural environment through forestry and agricultural measures in this case to secure cheaper and effective forms of flood protection.

All welcome!

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