Nick Palmer: Europe, Politics and Everything – A Special Eat’n’Debate on Sunday 13 March

Nick Palmer writes: It’s nearly a year since the election, and I thought it might be interesting to catch up! So I’d like to invite you to a one-off “eat’n’debate” next Sunday March 13 at 1pm the Sheng Hua Chinese restaurant, 136A High Road, Beeston NG9 2LN with two main themes:

– The European referendum: what should be the key issues as we decide?

– The political outlook: with the Government and Opposition both soul-searching, what’s the way forward?

The arrangement will be the same as when I used to do this regularly – participation is £20, for which you get a good buffet meal and up to two hours of stimulating, friendly discussion. (Drinks are I think extra.) £10 goes to the restaurant, and £10 to Broxtowe Labour Party to help in the work to present a constructive alternative to Government, MP and Council! You don’t need to agree with me on anything – come and debate freely. My only request is that you debate politely and respect the others’ right to have their own views – it’s what makes these events interesting.

PLEASE CONFIRM if you’d like to come, so we can prepare the right number of places. No need to pay in advance.

Best wishes


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9 Responses to Nick Palmer: Europe, Politics and Everything – A Special Eat’n’Debate on Sunday 13 March

  1. Joan Wade says:

    It is good to see this post. So much of the debate to date has NOT been about Europe but about infighting within the Conservative Party. This event appears to provide an opportunity for those who want to discuss what leaving or staying would mean for prosperity in Bramcote rather than the career aspirations of senior Conservatives.

    • Ian Blakeley says:

      Are you going? If you are perhaps you would post a summary on here for those who can’t make it.

      I’d love to attend but unfortunately got a prior appointment with G’kids.

  2. Barry Morrison says:

    What is the point of debating?. We;ve been consistently lied to about The EU for over 45 years now. Why debate something that has been a continuous tissue of lies?

  3. Steve Carr says:

    In your opinion Barry.

  4. Barry Morrison says:

    Not my opinion Steve. It’s fact

  5. Barry Morrison says:

    And even now the lies still keep coming. It’s less than a fortnight since the in campaign have stated that foreign holidays will cost more if we leave the EU..Well just for the record I’m in Lanzarote right now and the local hoteliers, restaurants, bar owners etc are laughing their cotton socks off at the lies and scaremongering tactics being used by the in campaign..

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