In the third of a series of interviews with Green Left supporting candidates at the General Election, Mike Shaughnessy talks to the Green Party's Davy Jones, candidate for Brighton Kemptown.
Tell me a bit about your background and how you came to join the Green party?
But mistakes have been made – the bin strike, some dodgy decisions over NHS services. Above all, I have been disappointed by the failure to consult, work with and listen to the local community and to involve it in decision-making. The Council leadership is widely seen as arrogant.
This current Budget-setting round has been very difficult. Personally, I believe that there comes a time when you have to stand up for what you believe in and refuse to make cuts. That time is now.