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I’ll vote Green if you do: could pledges save politics?

A new site aims to tip wavering Green voters over the edge

By Josh Lowe  

Clive Gregory, Green Party candidate for Rochester and Strood, campaigns during the recent by-election. © Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Picture this. It’s May 7th and you’re heading to the polling station to cast your vote. You’re fed up of Labour’s dithering on key policy issues, you feel like the Tories are out of touch and Ukip are a bit ranty for your taste. What you’d really like to do is vote…

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