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The two parties have agreed to work together to form the official opposition in Exeter City Council's 2020 election.
The agreement means only a Green or a Lib Dem candidate will stand against the opposing candidates in each Exeter ward for the election on 7 May 2020.
It follows a collaboration between the two parties over the last year, operating under the 'progressive group' banner, along with the independent councillor Jemima Moore.
The council is currently made up of 29 Labour councillors, six Conservatives, two Liberal Democrats, one Green Party member, and one Independent.
The Progressive Group said the collaboration would ensure "the range of views in our community are fairly represented on the council."
Where will they stand?
- Duryard & St James,
- Newtown & St Leonards,
- St Loyes
- St Thomas
The Green Party:
- Mincinglake & Whipton
- St Davids