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Local elections 2018: Put your questions to the candidates next week

PUBLISHED: 18:00 08 April 2018 | UPDATED: 13:51 10 April 2018

Left to right: Conservative candidate Damian White, Labour candidate Keith Darvill, leader of the Harold Hill Independent Party Lorraine Moss and leader of the East Havering Residents' Group will all be attending the Recorder's local election hustings on Thursday, April 12.

Left to right: Conservative candidate Damian White, Labour candidate Keith Darvill, leader of the Harold Hill Independent Party Lorraine Moss and leader of the East Havering Residents' Group will all be attending the Recorder's local election hustings on Thursday, April 12.

Hayley Anderson

Next week, you can put your questions to party leaders and independent candidates running in the May 3 local government elections.

The Recorder is holding a pre-election hustings which readers can watch live on our Facebook page on Thursday, April 12 from 6.30pm.

Confirmed on our panel are: deputy council leader Damian White representing the Conservatives, Labour leader Keith Darvill, leader of the East Havering Residents’ Group Clarence Barrett, leader of the Harold Hill Independent Party Lorraine Moss, Independent Residents’ Group leader Jeff Tucker, Green party candidate Shahrar Ali and Liberal Democrat Thomas Clarke.

What would you like to ask the candidates?

Send in your questions via Facebook, tweet @romfordrecorder or email hayley.anderson@archant.co.uk

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