Election 2017: Green Party stands aside in 22 seats in bid to unseat Tories

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Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas
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Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas

Green Party confirms it will stand in 72 per cent of UK seats, fielding a total of 467 candidates across the UK

The Green Party has announced it will not stand candidates in 22 seats where it believes other parties or candidates have a better chance of defeating the Conservative Party in the General Election...

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