Listen: Hartcliffe born Green Party activist Tony Dyer on south Bristol, class politics and never joining Labour

The Hartcliffe raised activist cannot attract the usual stereotypes associated to the party

Tony Dyer has been around the political block in the city as mayoral, MP and councillor candidate for the Green Party. Though unsuccessful, the Hartcliffe raised activist cannot attract the usual stereotypes associated to the party. With first hand experience of some of the most deprived places in Bristol and the UK, why did he never join Labour and where does he see politics in the city with an election around the corner?

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