Is Green the new Red?

In this follow-up to the Red Pepper debate Should the left give up on Labour? Peter Tatchell argues that Green is the new red, while Mary Mellor has some Red questions seeking green answers and Dave Osler says the Green Party can never become a popular front for socialism

November 28, 2007 · 1 min read

In this follow-up to the Red Pepper debate Should the left give up on Labour? Peter Tatchell argues that Green is the new red, while Mary Mellor has some Red questions seeking green answers and Dave Osler says the Green Party can never become a popular front for socialism



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