Focus on Politics for 3 June 2016
Labour and the Greens have made it official, signalling a formal working relationship, 18 months out from next year's general election. The agreement, represented by a memorandum of understanding, means they will work more closely on policy and campaign announcements - however they'll have their own distinct manifestos going into the election. The MOU also includes a "no surprises" policy which means the two parties will give each other prior notice of any major announcements and speeches. With political editor, Jane Patterson.