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Greens For A Better Europe

Greens for a Better Europe is the Green Party campaign for a Remain vote in the EU referendum.

On June 23rd every one of us has an equal vote in the referendum, and an equal chance to have a say in the future of our country.

The Green Party wants Britain to remain a part of the EU because we believe that we flourish when we work together on the shared challenges we face.

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EU News

Video: Caroline Lucas: Vote Remain to build bridges, not burn them

21 June 2016

In a new campaign video, Caroline Lucas MP says we should vote for a country where hope is more powerful than hate, and where our common humanity matters more than what divides us. Watch now.

Video: June 23rd: the green decision of a lifetime

13 June 2016

On the 23rd of June - we've got to make the green decision of a lifetime - find out more in our new video

June 23rd is a ‘Climate Referendum’ - Caroline Lucas MP

13 June 2016

Caroline Lucas has joined forces with ex-diplomat and climate expert John Ashton in calling for people to vote remain on June 23rd to ‘win the climate struggle’.

Brexiters’ faux-populism is a sham. They don’t want to ‘take power back from the elites’ - Molly Scott Cato MEP

09 June 2016

"When I see a group of Westminster politicians, many of whom are privately-educated, many of whom live off private incomes, campaigning under a ‘take back control’ banner, it seems to me that it is they themselves who are a threat to democracy and I think we should ask very carefully who exactly is taking back power from whom." Molly Scott Cato MEP

Leaving the EU would be an act of self-inflicted environmental vandalism that would hurt young people the most - Caroline Lucas MP

05 June 2016

There are so many good reasons for young people to vote for Britain to remain a member of the European Union. If you’re a worker then your rights are guaranteed by European rules, if you’re a student then you’ve got more options to study abroad - and if you’re a woman then you’re protected from discrimination. In fact, for most young people, being part of the European Union just makes sense - it’s part of everyday life.