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Romford residents can voice Brexit views to Japanese film crew

PUBLISHED: 13:40 27 November 2019 | UPDATED: 13:40 27 November 2019

The Crown pub where Japanese public broadcaster NHK filmed a news segment on Brexit. Picture: Google Maps

The Crown pub where Japanese public broadcaster NHK filmed a news segment on Brexit. Picture: Google Maps

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Regardless of where you fall on the Brexit issue, head down to the Crown this Saturday (November 30) for a pint and tell a Japanese film crew how you feel about Brexit.

The film crew will be interviewing Alby Tebbutt, the former chairman of the Romford Conservative Association, at the Crown, London Road on Saturday starting at noon and they also want to speak to residents about Brexit.

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They are looking for Romford residents to come to the pub to be filmed for a Japanese TV programme that will highlight how Brits around the country feel about the controversial referendum and its failure to be enacted.

Mr Tebbutt told the Recorder: "Obviously Brexit and the government's inability to get it done is a topic that is important to everyone in Romford so we'd like to get as many to come out to the pub and express their views."


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