Molly Scott Kato, the Green MEP for the South West of England, suggested that the country was “crying out for” the parties to team up against the Conservative party.
The Prime Minister warned that anything other than a Conservative victory in the 2017 General Election would be a “coalition of chaos”.
Speaking on Radio 4’s Today programme the MEP revealed that the Green Party had written to the leaders of the Lib Dems and Labour Party for talks.
She said: “Yesterday our co-leaders wrote to the leaders of the Labour and Liberal Democrat parties and asked them to try and move past the tribal politics of the past and cooperate for the sake of the country.
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“At this stage we are just suggesting the possibility of discussing what the options might be.
“I think it would be unlikely that we would have any kind of national arrangement but we would like the leaders to say that they are open to the idea of local parties coming up with alliances and arrangements where that might help to challenge the Tory majority effectively.”
It is believed that the Green Party are considering not