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Why exclude the Green party from the TV election debates?

The party is growing, but the broadcasters don't seem to have noticed

By Natalie Bennett  

The last TV debates were between the three main party leaders. © Gareth Fuller/PA Archive/Press Association Images

When will the Green Party stop being treated as second rate? That’s the question thousands of Green party members, supporters and members of the public have asked since the nation’s major broadcasters unveiled their plans for televised leaders’ debates in the run up to the 2015 General Election.

The so-called 2-3-4…

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