Caroline Lucas backs Brighton council meat-free Monday


The Green's only MP Caroline Lucas explains the party's environmental plans for Brighton and Hove, and how the party will learn from colleagues abroad on running the city.

She said residents were excited about the changes ahead and defended the meat-free Monday policy at council offices.

Former ambassador Sir Christopher Meyer pledged to vote for the Greens if they were able to improve the look of the city.

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