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Can the Greens get the student vote?

The party's manifesto is packed full of youth-friendly policy, which should worry Labour

By Josh Lowe  

Natalie Bennett poses by a hip mural, possibly to attract passing students. © Steve Parsons/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Just as the Ukip threat lurks for Labour in the working men’s clubs and council estates of the north, so the Greens are poaching its voters in student towns across the nation. So much so that the party has identified 12 target seats which it could lose because of a mass exodus to Natalie Bennett’s band…

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