Equality

Increasing international aid and tackling inequality are not acts of altruism. We all benefit

Posted by Natalie Bennett on 5th June 2017

As The Spirit Level powerfully demonstrated, everyone is better off in a more equal society, the wealthy as well as those with fewer financial resources.

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Sheffield speech: Older people and the loneliness epidemic

Posted by Natalie Bennett on 3rd June 2017

Loneliness amongst older people is at epidemic levels. One in 10 older people only receive contact from friends or family once a month.

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BBC Look North Regional election debate

Posted by Natalie Bennett on 31st May 2017

I took part in a lively, wide-ranging debate in Halifax last night in which the audience were definitely stars.

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The Green Party's principles and values: you can rely on them

Posted by Natalie Bennett on 26th May 2017

I've been taking a look back over what I was saying in the 2015 election. It matches what I'm saying today.

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International Workers Memorial Day: Better red tape than red bandages

Posted by Natalie Bennett on 1st May 2017

Deaths and injuries at work is an issue that I've been concerned with ever since I organised a fringe at Green Party conference half a dozen years ago, with the excellent Hazards Campaign, which has been charting, with increasing desperation, the rapid decline of workplace health and safety oversight.

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Supporting Barnsley Needs a Pay Rise

Posted by Natalie Bennett on 1st May 2017

I stressed not only how profoundly obvious is the statement "if you work full time you should earn enough money to live on", but also the economic damage done by low pay.

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Letter in the Guardian: Pay Ratios

Posted by Natalie Bennett on 13th January 2017

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