THE Green Party of England and Wales urged voters to “save the future” yesterday as they unveiled their manifesto.

The party, which is separate from the Scottish Greens, is part of a Remain pact with the LibDems and Plaid Cymru.

It is not standing candidates in as many as 50 constituencies in a bid to avoid splitting the Remain vote and prevent a Leave majority in the Commons.

The “Unite to Remain” agreement will also see the LibDems stand aside in nine Green target seats in England and also takes in 12 areas in Wales.

Plaid will step aside for the LibDems in Brecon and Radnorshire, Cardiff Central and Montgomeryshire, while the Greens will run without competition from the other two parties in the Vale of Glamorgan.

The three parties involved hope this will give them the edge over the Tories.

Led by co-leaders Jonathan Bartley and Sian Berry, the Green Party currently has just one MP, Caroline Lucas. However, it enjoyed further success at the European Parliament elections in May, when it returned seven MEPs.

Yesterday Bartley and Berry unveiled plans to raise £91 billion a year for the next decade for capital expenditure to tackle climate change, as well as a commitment to introduce proportional representation at Westminster, make the House of Lords fully elected and give 16 and 17-year-olds the vote.

On Brexit, deputy leader Amelia Womack said that voting Green was the best chance of ensure the UK stays in Europe. She said: “We are offering the only way forward from the wreckage of the 2016 referendum.

“We are not going to watch while story extremists drive our country off a cliff,” she said.

“Greens are different. We will give you a people’s vote, your final say on Brexit.”

Berry said: “The future won’t give us another chance to get these next two years right.

“The more Green MPs we have, the more chance we have to save the future,” she added.