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Commuting by rail is just for rich, say Greens

‘Nationalised railways is way forward’ CANTERBURY members of the Green Party have been handing out leaflets and campaigning outside the city’s busiest train station on Monday morning. The greens are hoping to draw attention to their policies regarding the rail service, less than a week after high speed season ticket prices between Canterbury and London broke £6,000 for the first …

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Police under fire after demanding list of fracking debate attendees

University refuses request described as abuse of power by the Green Party Kent Police is under fire this week after it emerged the force asked for list of peopler who attended a fracking debate at Canterbury Christ Church University last month. The force claims it made the demand for reason of “public safety” and to assess “the threat and risk …

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Not so delighted by autumn statement

JULIAN Brazier, commenting on changes to stamp duty business rates and other measures contained in the autumn statement says that: “…the deficit is coming down faster than people expected. We are therefore able to afford these measures…” (Hospice and businesses cheered by new budget, December 10) He is either being deliberately misleading or being terribly naive. George Osborne himself expected …

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We can turn this district green, says party hopeful

The leader of the Green Party was in Canterbury last week to lend her support for local parliamentary candidate Stuart Jeffery. Natalie Bennett is backing Mr Jeffrey’s bid to win the Canterbury and Whitstable seat from Conservative MP Julian Brazier. The event in the city was attended by some 40 supporters, who heard Mr Jeffery’s campaign launch speech. He is …

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New bidder in the frame for post office role

Campaigners told talks are being held LOCAL businesses and residents have been told that Post Office Ltd is in talks with another potential franchisee about moving the current Crown service from Gladstone Road. The town’s politicians and residents met senior management in London on Wednesday, November 12 following concerns about the failed process to move the service to Budgens supermarket. …

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