Caroline Lucas Quotes
I am a longstanding critic of British foreign policy - and an opponent of the authoritarian, quasi-imperialist, racist, homophobic politics of Putin.
The people who serve your fast food lunch or your after-work drinks deserve dignity - and if big companies don't start paying them enough for a decent standard of living, they have the power to close these businesses. But no one goes on strike lightly.
A public, unified and integrated railway - hardly controversial.
My constituents are my employers - if I let them down I should be accountable to them.
Labour needs to end its support for expensive nuclear power and vanity projects like HS2, and take a firm stance against the ecologically impossible expansion of airports.
It's going to take everyone to rebuild a fairer, more sustainable, more beautiful Britain.
Renewable energy is not unaffordable as the fossil fuel giants would like us to believe.
I stand alongside everyone campaigning for better pay and conditions - they are paving the way for a fairer society.
For expectant mothers there's so much to think about - and so much to prepare for. In amongst those many thoughts and all the excitement are also some concerns, not least the serious worries for many about what will happen at work.
A government can't cut its way out of a recession any more than you can dig yourself out of a hole.
Sometimes it takes a sudden change to make you realise just how bad things were.
Politicians can either keep listening to a small number of polluting fossil fuel companies, who're keen to profit from keeping us hooked on oil, coal and gas, or they can listen to the majority of other voices from civil society to business calling for an urgent switch to low and zero carbon heat and power.
We always knew that whatever party Nigel Farage led - first UKIP and then the Brexit party - was basically a vehicle for his own political self-glorification and now he's proved it.
We live in a country of grotesque inequalities.
I do think that if people are taking the time to think about their environmental footprint when it comes to how many flights they take, whether or not they have a 4X4, whether or not they are going to have a patio heater, then putting the question to themselves about how many kids they are going to have is a reasonable thing to do.
Being an MP for a place you love is an extraordinary gift.
Unquestionably, major transformation of the way the U.K. generates its heat and power is essential.
The one thing we have that the other parties do not have is a political integrity. No one thinks you join the Green party because you're politically ambitious, or have your own agenda.
I think there is a role for non-violent direct action when democratic channels have failed.
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