Greens working on 12 seats at 2015 general election
The Green Party is focusing on 12 seats at the 2015 general election, says the party's leader in England and Wales.
Natalie Bennett said there was a chance to see "politics literally break wide open" with a higher turnout and more younger people voting leading to a "whole new political landscape in Britain".
She was speaking to Jo Coburn on the Daily Politics about the Greens potentially looking at a "confidence and supply agreement rather than a coalition" with Labour after the election.
She also spoke about the relevance of the first past the post voting system with more parties in the field, and TV election debates where she has not been offered a seat in any of three line-ups planned by the BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4.
17 Dec 2014
- From the section UK Politics