The party's plans include reversing the privatisation of the NHS and a referendum on the terms of any Brexit deal.Read the full story ›
Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley will accuse the Conservatives of ignoring the young as he vows his party will scrap tuition fees.Read the full story ›
Ahead of Thursday's televised leaders' debate, Caroline Lucas, co-leader of the Green Party, said she is nervous but excited about the opportunity "to speak to so many people".
Ms Lucas also said she would love to see Prime Minister Theresa May "actually turn up".
"She said this is the most important General Election in her lifetime but yet she can't even be bothered to turn up to debate it. So that's disappointing."
Ms Lucas added that she was looking forward to getting into some "big debates" around Brexit, the NHS, and the economy".
She also said the debate provides the opportunity to put forward a "really distinctive Green message on Brexit".
"We think people should have the right to that second referendum to look at the small print of the deal before they sign up," she insisted.
Co-leader Caroline Lucas said they had given up attempts to band together with Labour and the Lib Dems after their efforts were rebuffed.Read the full story ›
The Green Party has announced its new leaders as Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley.Read the full story ›
Ms Bennett, who has been leader of the Green Party for four years, has said she would not stand for re-election in August.Read the full story ›
The Green Party advert will be screened for the first time tonight on ITV from 6.25pm.Read the full story ›
Green party leader Natalie Bennett has said she is preparing to lead a "second stage of the Green surge".
Speaking today, after finishing third in the race for her Holborn and St Pancras constituency seat on Thursday, Bennett said she would continue the work that has begun to make her party a "national political force".
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning she said: "For us, we've had the first stage of the green surge and what I'm aiming to do from today onwards is build the second stage of the green surge.
"We've had a good start in the last 24 hours - we've had about 1,000 more people join the Green Party so our membership has gone over 63,000, which means we are much bigger than Ukip and the Liberal Democrats."
The Green Party's Caroline Lucas has retained her Brighton Pavilion seat.
Natalie Bennett arrived at her polling station near London's King's Cross this morning with three Green Party members bearing the party's rosette.
Ms Bennett wished photographers a good morning as she made her way into the Ossulston Tenants' and Residents' Hall to cast her vote.