Will you push for international cooperation on climate change if you can get China and the US on board then it would actually mean climate change policies make a difference.
(Original post by toronto353)
Don't worry about it. I've not really seen a party formation before that's been successful, but this looks promising. It's better to get involved now in all the debate in the House and worry about electing a leader when you've got a subforum. After all, how are you going to run a leadership contest without one of us interfering in the workings of the party?
The more that all the supporters get involved, the better chance you stand of this party being approved.
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I'm not actually a member yet
I am currently sitting on the sidelines and observing whether this will be a viable party or not.
(Original post by Abiraleft)
Out of interest, could we have some examples of collective stances the party has/would have on social (non-environmental) issues, please?
(From a member of the party, maybe
I think they expect a certain level of activity within this thread. They wish to see members discussing the actual party's policies and giving a general outline of the Party's agenda.
(Original post by blueray)
Well said as always well Green
Oh and mods, according to Abiraleft, a party matters on it's seriousness not it's members now?
So does that mean we can start forming policies now? I have LOADS of green ones
The rest about the economy etc, will be formed, once we have our own private thread/ conference, so not to attract spam and other general chit chat.
I mean you can't expect me to just dictate for the whole group, I have to ask them alone first. I would love to be leader, but not a dictator and I don't want to say something that is not representative of our members
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