Election 2017: Green co-leader on progressive alliance
Theresa May winning a majority of up to 100 seats would be down to a "skewed" electoral system, and does not represent what people want in the country, says Caroline Lucas.
The Green Party England and Wales co-leader was asked about working, or not, with other parties on a progressive alliance at the general election, and she called on them to be "putting aside tribal politics and doing what is best for the country"
She was talking to Daily Politics presenter Andrew Neil from an election launch in Bristol.
- From the section UK Politics