Lucas elected as Green leader

Caroline Lucas (source: Wikimedia, CCA 3.0, author: Tanoshimi)

Caroline Lucas has been elected as Green co-leader, in a joint arrangement with Jonathan Bartley.
The results were announced this afternoon with the pair taking around 88%. Film maker David Malone came in second place.

Green Party Leadership


The Green Party is holding leadership elections this summer. Nominations for candidates have closed and voting will begin on 25th July.

The nominated leadership candidates are as follows:

  • Jonathan Bartley and Caroline Lucas (job share)
  • Clive Lord
  • David Malone
  • Martie Warin
  • David Williams

Anyone who is a party member will be able to vote and there will be hustings across the country in the next few weeks. Members will be sent emails in next few weeks outlining the voting process.

There is also an election for Green Party Deputy Leader and Broxtowe’s very own Kat Boettge is in the running for this.

For those on Twitter, you can follow the twists and turns at the twitter account:


and #GreenLeadership

Vote Remain tomorrow!


Broxtowe Green Party is urging all its local supporters to vote Remain in tomorrow’s EU Referendum.

Paul Anderson, local campaigns manager, said:

It’s clear from the polls that this is too close to call. Every single Remain vote is vital tomorrow. If we want a greener, fairer future then we must stay in the EU and work with other greens across Europe to reform it from the inside. This is not the time to walk away.


If you unsure how or where to vote, Broxtowe Council have a webpage providing advice, or you can ring them: (0115) 917 3276


Remain campaign stall – Saturday

We’ll be running another EU Remain campaigning stall in Beeston centre on Saturday (18th) from 10:30am.

Meet at the Bell statue just down from Sainsbury’s.

Please do come down if you have a little time to spare. This is the crucial last week before the vote.

As Richard Eddleston, our chair, writes in a campaigning email:

Judging by the latest polls, if we care about remaining in Europe, then we need to do everything we possibly can to achieve that result.  As it is, it is looking increasingly likely that Boris will be Prime Minister in a couple of months time.