Election 2017, Stapleford Hustings 22 May

This is your chance to quiz the Candidates standing to represent YOU and Broxtowe in Parliament as your next MP. Which one will you choose? 

The Hustings will take place at 7pm on Monday 22nd May at The Pastures Community Church, Pasture Road, Stapleford. 

All candidates are being invited to attend the event.

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The candidates are:

Tim Hallam, Liberal Democrats

Fran Loi, UK Independence Party

Greg Marshall, Labour Party

Pat Morton, Green Party

Anna Soubry, Conservative Party

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Trustee of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch. Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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7 Responses to Election 2017, Stapleford Hustings 22 May

  1. Donna MacRae says:

    The Candidates for the Green Party and Labour Party have both confirmed attandance.

  2. Donna MacRae says:

    UKIP have confirmed attendance.

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  4. Dawn Garwood says:

    My friend and I are not able to attend the hustings unfortunately. Will there be any others and will any of the questions and answers be published please? Thank you, Dawn

  5. Donna MacRae says:

    Tim Hallam, Liberal Democrat candidate has confirmed attendance.

    Would be great to have a full house.

  6. Sue Sambells says:

    Guessing it won’t be a full house as I note the following from Anna Soubry’s latest news letter:
    Hustings
    A Labour MP gave me some advice about hustings and her approach to them after the 2010 General Election. In short she was of the firm view you meet far more voters knocking on doors than at a hustings. The reality she argued, is that few people attended hustings who have not decided how they will vote. I was not convinced and in 2015 I did some hustings. I came to the conclusion my Labour colleague is right and so I will be knocking on doors and continuing to speak to voters out and about in the constituency, rather than at hustings.
    If you would like to discuss any matter or issue you with me please email me.
    In the meantime I am waiting for an apology from one group that organised some hustings (and then invited me to go) who quite wrongly told the audience they had had no contact with me. I recall a lengthy and pleasant conversation with the organiser explaining why I couldn’t come along …….

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