What does the future hold for the UK's first Green MP?

What does the future hold for the UK's first Green MP?
In an historic move the UK has elected its first Green MP with Caroline Lucas taking the seat of Brighton Pavillion. Does this signal a new era of greener voting or is a fluke?
More Green MPs to come
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