The Green Party could break British politics wide open if the 2015 General Election follows the pattern of this year's Scottish Referendum, according to Natalie Bennett.

Speaking in the third part of an exclusive three-part interview with IBTimes UK, the Green Party leader said that contrary to the typical view of voter apathy within the UK, the high turnout at the Scottish independence referendum by people young and old showed that if a party has engaging policies, it can attract new voters.

"If we saw young people, the under 25's voting at the same kind of levels as the over 60's do now, then you could actually break British politics wide open, and who knows how many seats we could win," she said.

Watch parts one and two of the interview here:

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