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Co-Leader of the Green Party Caroline Lucas MP’s Anniversary Message

Co-Leader of the Green Party Caroline Lucas MP’s Anniversary Message

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‘I congratulate the Centre for Turkey Studies on five years of crucial work. With global politics in such a state of flux – and Turkey in particular going through extremely challenging times – we need expert sources like CEFTUS to shed light on what’s really happening. Good luck for the coming months and years.’

Caroline Lucas, MP for Brighton Pavillion and Co-Leader of the Green Party

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