Full details of the Green Party manifesto are available on our national website.
The BBC has produced a handy guide to the key policies in the manifesto available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2017-40003019
A General Election hustings will take place in Stapleford on 22nd May at 7pm.
To help voters make up their minds and avoid ‘fake news’, the IFS and Nuffield Foundation have launched a website for GE 2017.
Broxtowe Borough council have released the official list of persons duly nominated to stand in the General Election. Local Green, Pat Morton, has been official nominated to stand for the Greens.
There will also be candidates from Conservative, Labour, UKIP, and LibDems.
Full details are on the Broxtowe website: https://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/for-you/elections-voting/parliamentary-election-8th-june/
NOTE: The deadline for registering to vote is Monday 22 May 2017.
Contact the council if you are not registered to vote at your current address.
Local party activist, Pat Morton, was selected last night to be the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate (PPC) for Broxtowe Green Party for the ‘snap’ General Election in June.
At a meeting held at Middle Street Resource Centre, local members heard from a number of nominated candidates and voted for Pat to be the prospective candidate.
Our Broxtowe Green Party candidates and their results as they come in today:
Kimberley & Nuthall
Kat Boettge: 397 10.4% [Seat taken by CON]
Beeston Central & Rylands
Sylvia Rule: 217 5.5% [seat taken by LAB]
Greasley and Brinsley
Bethan Hewis 248 7.0%
Pat Morton 84 2.7% [seat taken by CON]
Toton, Chilwell and Attenborough
Richard David Eddleston 560 3.6% (seats taken by CON)
Mary Evelyn Venning 460 3.0%
Green Party 5,848 2.1% +0.2%
Full Notts results available on the Council’s website: http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/electionresults/2017/DetailedResults
Today is local elections day across the UK. Voting takes places for County Councils and for some new Metro Mayors in places like Manchester, Birmingham and the West Country.
If you live in Broxtowe, don’t forget to vote for your County Council representative.
Polls open 9am – 10pm.
Notts results expected about 5pm tomorrow evening (there is no overnight count this year).
For a full timetable of UK results, see the Press Association list.
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