Is the Green Party emerging as the UK’s ‘protest vote’ of choice?

We can’t use Labour to protest against the Tories any more because they’re practically identical nowadays (just look at the way they both support health service privatisation).

We can’t use the Liberal Democrats because they just side with Labour or the Tories – whichever of the other parties has the most seats – if they get a sniff of power. And we all remember how that turned out between 2010 and 2015, don’t we?

So where else can we turn?

From the evidence available, it seems the Green Party may be about to have its day.

Here’s a sample vote projection in just one part of the country, with an obvious conclusion attached:

Fair point?

Mid Suffolk seems to be a target council for the Greens – but there are many other opportunities, it seems, according to the representative in the next clip (who seems to be called Zack Polanski):

But it’s possible that the Green message is breaking through to more than just its target areas. How about your local council estate?

No one can deny the Greens are getting their message across,

the article states.

Residents in Barrowfield say they will vote Green again in May. They praise the work that Green councillors have done so far.

So it’s not just a tactical vote. It’s a vote for a party whose candidates actually succeed in representing the people.

That’s more than Labour can say – especially with Keir Starmer in charge.

If you’re voting on May 4, will you be turning Green?

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5 thoughts on “Is the Green Party emerging as the UK’s ‘protest vote’ of choice?

  1. flttymartyn

    It is truly a sad state of affairs….Parliamentarians have turned Britain into the laughing stock not only of Europe, but around the world as a whole.Almost every MP has no interest in serving Britain or the British people.They are only there to serve themselves, and it is us who are suffering from their greed and corruption!

  2. James

    “Is the Green Party emerging as the UK’s ‘protest vote’ of choice?” – Not for me! Not when they’ve enthusíastically joined the warmongering coalition, doing the bidding of the US.

      1. James

        USA – NATO – Ukraine. Green Party fully on board from what I’ve seen in the media. Have I been misinformed?

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