Green Party co-leader opens up about car crash killing
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Green Party co-leader opens up about car crash killing

The Green Party co-leader, Jonathan Bartley, has told BBC 5 live that he killed a student in a car crash when he was 17-years-old.

The accident happened while he was on his way home from a concert in London. The police did not press charges after an investigation.

Speaking to 5 live's Emma Barnett, Jonathan said the accidental death turned his life upside down.

  • 02 Mar
  • From the section UK
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