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Join the debate at the Romford hustings tonight

PUBLISHED: 09:59 14 April 2015 | UPDATED: 10:45 14 April 2015

Parliamentary candidates for Romford

Parliamentary candidates for Romford

Archant

It’s your last chance to book a place at the Recorder hustings to ask the candidates vying for Romford’s seat in parliament your questions.

Tonight we will be holding the event at Havering College’s Ardleigh Green campus and all five parliamentary candidates for the constituency will be ready to hear what you have to say.

Do you want to grill Conservative candidate Andrew Rosindell about homes, Labour’s Sam Gould about health or Ukip’s Gerard Batten about education?

Or maybe you want to ask the Green Party’s Lorna Tooley about the environment or the Liberal Democrat’s Ian Sanderson about the possibility of a further coalition. This is your chance.

Recorder editor Chris Carter said: “It’s important the residents of Havering have as many of the facts to hand before placing their cross and we are keen to help them make that final decision.”

If you wish to attend the event, which will take place from 7.30-9pm to book a place click here.
If you can’t make it don’t fear you can still make sure your questions are answered by the candidates.
On April 27 the Recorder will invite candidates from all three Havering constituencies to Recorder HQ for a social media evening, where they will be answering your questions.
If there’s an issue you would like the candidates to speak about email harriet.orrell@archant.co.uk


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