Co-leader Jonathan Bartley: "Only the Green Party will fix the NHS crisis and invest in education"

The Green Party will today (June 7) call on voters to make a decision based on what kind of country they want Britain to be when they go to the polls on June 8.

Jonathan Bartley, Green Party co-leader, will join Molly Scott Cato, Bristol West candidate, for the party's final rally before the election [1] to set out why a Green vote matters.


Speaking ahead of the event, Bartley said:

"No matter where you're casting your vote on election day, you have the chance to put issues you care about on the agenda – from climate change to Brexit. Only the Green Party will fix the NHS crisis and invest in education.

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"My message to voters ahead of tomorrow is to vote with your heart, and vote Green. If we wake up to a Conservative government on June 9, Green MPs will hold them to account, whether it's by calling out the government for bringing the NHS to its knees or fighting an extreme Brexit. We'd be making sure a Labour government delivered on the bold promises in its manifesto – and taking them even further.

"I'm calling on people across the UK to vote not just for the MP they want, but the kind of country they want. The Green Party stands for a caring a confident country, that invests in public services, protects the environment and would give the people of Britain a say on the final Brexit deal. We'll always stand up for what matters and fight for an inclusive, tolerant society with a positive vision for a sustainable future."

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