Rupert Read condemned Labour's private rental policy on Tuesday, claiming it was a 'watered down' version of the Green's own policy.
He also defended his party's tuition fees policy, insisting scrapping them wouldn't have a detrimental impact on apprenticeships or other school leavers schemes. Read is optimistic that the Green's can gain seats in Bristol, Norwich and Cambridge. He said the campaign would only be considered a failure if the Green's vote share has fallen since the last election.
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