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.