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    Meet the Candidates Running in Ladywood

    Redbrick spoke to three of the four candidates in the Birmingham Ladywood constituency which covers much of the city centre

    Written by Joseph Timan on 7th June 2017


    UoB Student Up For Election In Edgbaston

    Alice Kiff, University of Birmingham second year student will be running on behalf of the Green Party in Edgbaston in the upcoming General Election. Phoebe Radford spoke to her about her campaign

    Written by Phoebe Radford on 13th May 2017


    Metro Mayor Q&A Sessions: James Burn (Green)

    Metro Mayor Green Party candidate James Burn talks transport, housing and mental health to an audience of University of Birmingham students

    Written by Tobias Sales on 6th February 2017


    Universities May Raise Fees Under New Measures

    The Higher Education Green Paper, released last week, proposes several significant and some controversial changes to Higher Education in the UK.

    Written by Sophie Milligan on 13th November 2015


    PPE General Election Debates 2015: John Blewitt, Green

    Hosted by the Policy, Politics and Economics (PPE) students, representatives of each party are invited to speak to enable students to gain a deeper insight into each political party, leading up to the 2015 general election.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 9th March 2015


    Greens lead at 16%

    Students have once again voted for the Green Party in this week’s Redbrick General Election poll. Meanwhile, the Labour Party have seen a resurgence in their support.

    Written by James Phillips on 8th March 2015


    Greens ahead by 9%

    The Green Party increases its share of the vote to 42%, but its lead is reduced

    Written by James Phillips on 28th February 2015


    PPE General Election Debates 2015: John Blewitt, Green

    As part of a series of General Election debates, John Blewitt, Chair of the Malvern Green Party, is giving a speech and answering questions from the audience.

    Written by Redbrick on 26th February 2015


    Green Party leader gives “excruciating” interview

    On the day of her general election campaign launch Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, gave what was in her own words an “excruciating”, “car crash” interview on LBC radio.

    Written by Sam Nightingale Bartlett on 25th February 2015


    Greens retain 11% lead

    The Green Party leads for the third week in a row with a double-digit lead, whilst the Liberal Democrats get their votes back.

    Written by James Phillips on 21st February 2015


    Greens extend lead to 11%

    The Green Party increases their lead to 11%, whilst the Liberal Democrats receive 0 votes.

    Written by James Phillips on 17th February 2015


    Party Conference season: What’s in it for me as a young person?

    Redbrick's Education correspondent, Duncan Kenyon reports on the Party Conference in relevance to students and young people.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 17th October 2014
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