The Greens in the UK general election of 7 May 2015

  title={The Greens in the UK general election of 7 May 2015},
  author={N. Carter},
  journal={Environmental Politics},
  pages={1055 - 1060}
  • N. Carter
  • Published 2015
  • Political Science
  • Environmental Politics
The election in 2010 of the first Green MP, Caroline Lucas, was a significant breakthrough for the party, but during the 2015 UK general election the Greens became a serious, albeit still minor, electoral force. The party not only succeeded in quadrupling its vote, but for the first time the Greens were a significant presence throughout the campaign. As the only credible party to campaign in England on a radical anti-austerity manifesto, the Greens were particularly attractive to younger voters… Expand


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