Caroline just spoke against the UK bombing in Syria in the House of Commons. She argued that the UK bombing Syria won't be effective at keeping us safe here in the UK or helping to bring about peace in the region.
GTR have repeatedly let down Brighton passengers and the situation remains particularly dreadful for the large number of people who pay through the nose to commute from Preston Park. The timetable changes for people using Preston Park station are totally unacceptable and I am very aware that this is not just an implementation problem.
Caroline has responded to a Government announcement of planned extra support for the fracking industry.
Lucas, whose party opposes fracking, said that fracking is a 'redundant technology' that the Government is trying to 'shock back into life'.
Caroline has announced that she will not seek nominations to re-run for the position. Lucas, who has co-led the party for the last two years, says she is showing the ‘power of letting go’.
Caroline has responded to a Government statement on a new nuclear power station. In a statement presented to the House of Commons today the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy said that the Government is to consider direct investment to build a new nuclear power station at Wylfa on Anglesey.
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Caroline has said that the Government's plan to expand Heathrow airport is 'disastrous' and 'flies in the face of common sense and climate science'. Lucas' comments come after the Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, unveiled plans to expand the airport without mentioning climate change even once in his statement.
In a joint statement, Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley, the co-leaders of the Green Party, have responded to Britain's airstrikes in Syria.
Tory MPs tried to shout down my question to the Prime Minister today, but I won't be silenced.
Caroline has responded to a government announcement on a deposit return scheme. The Government has said it will introduce a deposit return scheme to increase recycling rates and slash the amount of waste polluting our land and seas subject to consultation later this year.
Lucas says that such a scheme is 'just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to reducing plastics waste'.