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Recorder editor Mark Sweetingham added to panel at Romford Conservative Party’s ‘question time’

14:58 03 April 2013

Romford Recorder editor Mark Sweetingham has been confirmed for Saturday

Romford Recorder editor Mark Sweetingham has been confirmed for Saturday's panel

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Romford’s Tory party is holding a “question time” event on Saturday.

The session is being organised by the Romford Conservative Association Policy Forum to help inform future Conservative Party policy – but all members of the Romford constituency are welcome.

It will be held at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Collier Row Lane, Collier Row.

As well as local politicians, three “neutral figures” will be on the panel.

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell and chairman of the London Lib Dems Jonathan Fryer have confirmed, along with Recorder editor Mark Sweetingham, Havering Chamber of Commerce chair Alex Armstrong, and Rev David Hague – the church’s vicar.

It will start at 5pm. There is no need to RSVP.

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