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Natalie Bennett: The Greens are looking for power

The leader of the Green Party on why she believes they offer the best alternative to the three main parties

By Josh Lowe  

At the Green Party conference, delegates are making the most of the late summer sun, lounging about the garden of Birmingham’s Aston University Conference Centre dressed in beige jackets and nice cardies, a few reading battered copies of the Guardian‘s Saturday Review section. Inside the foyer, there’s none of the corporations or think tanks you’ll find descending on mega-sized venues around the country later this month to see and be seen with at the Conservative, Labour and the Liberal Democrat…

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