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Help save dementia daycare in Melton

27 April 2016

The Rutland and Melton Green Party joins, Age UK in asking the East Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group to rethink the proposed withdrawal of funding for the Gloucester House Age UK Daycare Centre in Melton Mowbray.

Tory values laid bare as Rutland and Melton MP sneers at low-achievers

12 April 2016

In a letter to the local press Rutland and Melton Green Party co-ordinator Alastair McQuillan calls on Sir Alan Duncan to publish his own tax affairs in light of his recent comments in the house of commons.

Leicestershire Greens against further cuts to Libraries and Museums

08 March 2016

Candidates and Members of The Green Party Leicestershire wide have put together a joint letter regarding Library & Museum closures for submission.

Green Party Slams MP for opportunism

14 September 2015

Rutland and Melton Green Party slam Sir Alan Duncan for opportunism over fracking in the Vale of Belvoir.

Fracking in Melton and the Vale

18 August 2015

Rutland and Melton Green Party are calling on Melton Borough Council to send a clear message on behalf of the people of Melton and the Vale to Hutton Energy and David Cameron that fracking and the polution that it brings is neither wanted or welcome in Melton and the Vale of Belvoir.

Cold homes are costing lives in Rutland and Melton

16 April 2015

Every winter 9000 people across the UK die early, why? Because their homes are too cold for them to live in.

Rutland and Melton Green Party unveils its parliamentary candidate for the 2015 General Election

16 April 2015

Voters in Melton Borough will have the chance to vote Green in the General Election on May 7th. Rutland and Melton Green Party has selected Alastair McQuillan (29) of Thorpe Road, Melton to be its parliamentary candidate.

Help us raise £500 to contest the General Election

25 March 2015

The Rutland and Melton Green Party has set out the ambitions target of raising £500 in just 14 days so that we can contest the general election on 7th May across the whole constituency.

“Young people need jobs not unpaid labour”: Young Greens blast Conservative Welfare Cuts to Young People

26 February 2015

The Young Greens have criticised the Conservative Party's plans to cut unemployment benefit to 18-21 year olds and force them to do community work if they do not find training







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