Brian Fewster The Green Party is the only serious political choice for those concerned about climate change and the environment. It is also the right choice for at least three other groups: To disillusioned Labour voters, we say: don't express your protest by not voting. This will simply exaggerate share of the vote gained by right-wing parties. Instead, vote Green and send a message to Tony Blair that it's time for him to step down.

To those worried about the European constitution and the single currency, we say: we share your concern. Don't waste your votes on right-wing single-issue parties. The Green Party believes that Europe is a force for good on environmental and social issues, but that joining the single currency would be bad for democracy and public services.

To those who think it's time for a rebirth of radical politics, we say: don't split the progressive vote. Opinion polls show that the Green Party is best placed to make a breakthrough that will change the political landscape.

This election could change the face of British politics. There's never been a better time to vote Green.

Brian Fewster, a graduate of Cambridge and De Montfort Universities (MA in English, MSc in Computing) is a data analyst, poet and well-known Green Party activist who grew up in Nottingham and is now based in Leicester.

Brian has been active in the green and development movements since the 1970s. Having spent two years in India in the 1960s, he is particularly interested in Third World development and economic globalisation issues. He is an active member of the World Development Movement.

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