Nick Clegg to continue with Town Hall meetings

He’s Deputy Prime Minister now, but it’s good to see that Nick Clegg plans to continue his practice of holding meetings where members of the public can come and ask him questions directly.

Nick’s starting off with a public meeting in his constituency of Sheffield Hallam. From www.nickclegg.com:

He is inviting local people to come and put their questions and opinions to him in an hour long any questions event.

This event is free to attend but entry is only by registration for a free e-ticket. These are limited to two tickets per application.

When: Friday 21 May 2010, 18.30-19.30pm

(Doors open at 17.50 with last admission at 18.25)

Where: King Edward VII School Upper Site, Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2PW (map)

IMPORTANT: Due to security requirements you must bring photographic ID & your email confirmation ticket with you.

(Still Nicky from the block? I think so – even if the block does now include Chevening 😉 )

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6 Comments

  • Andrea Gill 19th May '10 - 6:22pm

    So when *will* the first Lib Dem FE etc. meeting at Chevening be?

  • Helen Duffett 19th May '10 - 7:13pm

    Not ID card, specifically…

  • Patrick Smith 19th May '10 - 11:06pm

    I believe that Nick`s local `Town Hall’ style open meetings are vital to test public opinion on the new politics and biggest shake up of democracy new Reform Bill, since 1832.

    It is now clear that many new young people will want to attend the Public Meetings and ask questions.

  • He’s only been in the job a few days but already he’s done more than Prescott did during his whole period as DPM. Not bad, huh?

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