Caroline Lucas on election night
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Green Party's Caroline Lucas to suggest 'MP job share'

Green party members are gathering in Birmingham for their first annual conference since their leader, Caroline Lucas, was elected to parliament.

In her speech, she will suggest that pairs of candidates should be able to stand for parliament and share the job of MP should they win.

On Thursday the party gained another seat in Norwich City Council's by-elections.

Ross Hawkins reports.

  • 10 Sep 2010