Topsham residents have chance to quiz David Cameron
PEOPLE from Topsham will on Saturday be given the opportunity to question David Cameron on a host of issues relating to Exeter. The leader of the Conservative party will answer questions put forward by people of all political persuasions when on Friday M
PEOPLE from Topsham will on Saturday be given the opportunity to question David Cameron on a host of issues relating to Exeter.
The leader of the Conservative party will answer questions put forward by people of all political persuasions when on Friday May 8 he brings the Cameron Direct event to Exeter.
This is one of a series of town hall-style meetings Mr Cameron plans to hold across the country - its aim is to give everyone the opportunity to put their views directly to Mr Cameron, and to quiz him about his stance on important local issues.
The event, which will be held at Stoke Hill Junior School, Exeter, is free to attend for local residents, but places must be reserved in advance.
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Hannah Foster, the prospective conservative MP for Exeter said:
"In Exeter there are obviously real concerns over the economy, jobs and how to get the best value for money from our public services. "This is your chance to raise your concerns direct and in person with David.
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"It is the public who set the agenda for the evening - whatever the question, issue or concern, it will be answered."
Anyone applying for a ticket should email email@example.com or call Exeter Conservatives on (01395) 233503.