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Scottish Greens suspend ties with the Green Party of England and Wales over institutional transphobia

On Sunday 16th October, the Scottish Green Party voted overwhelmingly to suspend its ties with the Green Party of England and Wales (GPEW) over institutional transphobia. At the Scottish Green…

Scottish Government declare ‘no support’ for coal mining

Lorna Slater MSP, co-leader of the Scottish Greens, announced on 15 October that the Scottish government will not support any future coal extraction. At the Scottish Greens conference in Dundee,…

A Green Quandary: Slater, Harvie and Government

The news that Lorna Slater and Patrick Harvie, Green Party co-leaders and Biodiversity and Active Travel Ministers respectively, are planning to join protests during the COP 26 appear simultaneously in…

SNP-Green power-sharing deal approved

Members of the Scottish Green party have voted overwhelmingly to enter government for the first time in their history, in a “cooperation agreement” with the Scottish National Party, whose members…