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PARTY OF THE ENVIRONMENT LOOKS FORWARD TO GREEN THURSDAY

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The Green party hopes to add to its 45 council seats and make breakthroughs in several areas in Thursday local elec...
The Green party hopes to add to its 45 council seats and make breakthroughs in several areas in Thursday local elections, BBC Radio Four's Today programme heard this morning.

Green party spokesman Darren Johnson, a member of the Greater London Authority, said the party was expecting to have candidates elected for the first time onto Manchester City Council, Cambridge City Council and in several London boroughs,

particularly Lewisham LBC, Islington LBC, Camden LBC and Merton LBC.
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