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You don't have to drink nettles or conduct kaftan workshops in wild meadows to support the Green Party these days. Many of their policies could enact real change and reverse the mess caused by the coalition, meaning meat-eating, car-driving, polyester-rocking folks will be checking Green in the ballot box come the election.
Despite their continued growth, the party lack the glitzy PR machine that fuels their opponents. If you asked the average Briton whether he'd rather go for a pint with Farage or to a farmer's market with Natalie Bennett, you're only getting one answer. In an attempt to bolster their image and mock the interchangeable heads of the other party leaders, the Greens have released a parody depicting messrs Cameron, Farage, Miliband and Clegg as a harmonious boyband.
Funny or not, the message is clear. It's more of the same if you cast a vote for one of these crooners.
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