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Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) – send your questions to Jeremy Corbyn says Gordon

Blackpool South Labour are giving local people this Saturday the opportunity to submit their questions to the new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at a party street stall in St John’s Square. Jeremy_Corbyn_Gordon_Marsden.jpg

In a new style of PMQs, Jeremy has crowd sourced a number of his questions from the public to the Prime Minister David Cameron.

Gordon and his party activists are inviting residents in Blackpool South to submit their questions and views to the new party leader, ahead of the North West Labour Conference, which will take place a week after at the Imperial Hotel, with Jeremy in attendance.

He said: “With Jeremy visiting Blackpool in just a over weeks time for our Regional Conference, this is a great opportunity for local people to get their questions over to him, so he can potentially put them to David Cameron at Prime Minsters Questions.

“Whatever the issue, whether it’s the impact on tax credit changes, the cuts to local policing, or the rise in zero hour contracts – we want to hear from as many people as possible about the issues affecting and concerning them.”

The questions will be handed over to Jeremy by Gordon at the Regional Conference at the end of the month, where more than a 1,000 people are expected to attend.

If you cannot make it to Saturday’s event but would still like to submit a question, you can send them into Gordon’s Constituency Office at 304 Highfield Road, FY4 3JX, and no later than Friday 30th October. Your full name and contact details including postal address must be included.

The street stall will be part of the Party’s National Campaign Day, which will also focus on the Tory Government’s cuts to tax credits, affecting over 11,000 working families in Blackpool.

It will also highlight the importance of voter registration, as under the Government’s new changes, there is a real risk that people could fall off the register without realising.

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