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Breaking the grey party consensus by David Flint.

On Saturday 24th February Jenny Jones told the party's Spring Conference that we could finish in the top three in the forthcoming election. "As the Mayoral election approaches it's time for the political consensus of the outdated parties to be broken, for new answers to new questions to be provided and for London to finally find a prominent, new voice".

Jenny said that the party's forthcoming manifesto would include pledges to save households up to £1,500, reduce pay inequality, support small businesses, reduce air pollution, reform the housing sector and reduce transport fares while investing in public transport with money from a pay-as-you-drive replacement for the congestion charge.

Listen to the full speech here

First published in the EGP members newsletter, March 2012

Published and promoted by Bill Linton for Enfield Green Party, both at 39A Fox Lane, London N13 4AJ