I’m Molly Scott Cato and I want to be Bristol’s first Green MP
Our NHS, our schools, our railways, and other public services in public hands
A fair and resilient local economy that puts people and local jobs first
Better quality, affordable, secure housing that meets local demand
Affordable energy, radical action to tackle climate change, protecting our way of life
A second referendum once the deal with the EU is known
In 2015, Bristol West very nearly elected a Green MP, with the Green Party coming a close second with a 23% swing in the vote.
As a ground breaking city on so many levels, Bristol is seeking a different kind of politics. With the Green Party, this is possible. It is time. By voting for the Greens at the next general election, Bristol could make history.
I couldn’t be more proud to have been selected to represent this wonderful city. It’s an honour, and I hope you will give me your support.
The vast majority of people I speak to in Bristol have had enough of the way politics is going in our country. In this time of huge change, we need radical voices on the front line, bringing new thinking and hope for the future into our politics.
We need a real opposition to this Government’s damaging, counterproductive and downright dangerous agenda, and it’s sadly not coming from Labour – it’s coming from the Green Party.
I’m currently your MEP, covering the South West, and I have fought hard for justice and environmental rights in the European Parliament. When I stand up to speak, I’m not tied to vested interests or the party line. I am free to speak out for you, for Bristol, and for what I believe in.
As your MP, I would be able to be a clear force for good. The Green Party represents a radically different future – one that puts fairness for people and care for the planet at the heart of decisions we make.
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