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Green conference: Scott Cato on welfare and housing

A Green MEP said her party wanted an end to austerity and to work in a "progressive alliance" with the SNP and Plaid Cymru.

Molly Scott Cato said she was not aware of anyone in her party who wanted MP Caroline Lucas to replace Natalie Bennett in the planned TV leader election debates.

She spoke to Andrew Neil about housing and a call to end the Right to Buy policy, the Citizens' Income plan, and so-called Beyonce tax.

The MEP said: "We think the welfare system is broken and we are proposing something radical and different."

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