As the party gathers for its conference, co-leader Carla Denyer looks to win over disgruntled Labour voters

The Green party is gathering for its annual conference with a headline pledge for a mass programme of insulating every home that needs it – and an ambitious target of winning four seats at the next election.

The conference in Brighton is likely to be the final pre-election gathering for an organisation that has become an increasingly effective campaigning force, gaining more than 400 councillors in England and Wales since 2019, and full control of its first council.

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