Ahead of the local elections this Thursday (May 4th 2006) London's Green MEP, Jean Lambert, has spoken of the positive changes Green Councillors have made to the Capital and warned that if Londoners want to protect their future they must vote for the real thing and vote Green!
Jean, who has been a Member of the European Parliament for the Green Party
since 1999 wished the 1294 Green candidates standing for seats around the UK
good luck for Thursday and commented; "The Green Party is making a real
difference to a healthy local environment and decent local services by giving
local communities a strong voice.
"Other Parties are all competing for the green ticket but we urge people to vote for the real thing and vote Green. Never mind any of this 'vote blue - go green' business, if people want to make a real difference they would be crazy to do anything but vote Green.
"When I was re-elected two years ago the British public cast over one million Green votes - a clear indication that there is serious concern for our future. People like what they have seen from elected Green's all over the country and want more to make the real difference that matters."
Jean Lambert MEP will be in London and available for comments or interviews throughout the day and evening on May 4th.
For more information please contact:
Morwenna Holland, Media Officer
tel: 020 7407 6280 or 07813149812
Notes to editors:
Jean Lambert: In October 2005 Jean was named MEP 2005 for Justice and Human Rights. Jean was first elected Green Party Member of the European Parliament for London in the 1999 European elections. She was re-elected in 2004. She is one of nine MEPs representing London and one of two UK Green representatives in the European Parliament.