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BREXIT MEETING ON THURSDAY

Local peer Lord Bradshaw, who lives in Wallingford, is holding a public meeting on

the Brexit bill on February the 23 rd at 19.00 in the Methodist Hall, Wallingford. The

Bill, due to be debated in the House of Lords from February the 20th, was passed

through the House of Commons with no amendments.

Lord Bradshaw – a Liberal Democrat peer since 1999 – is holding the meeting to give

citizens from his local area an opportunity to bring up issues they want raised during

the House of Lords debate as well as to share their personal views about the likely

effects of Brexit on their lives. The meeting will be hosted by the European

Movement and chaired by local member John Gordon.

Said Lord Bradshaw: “Reviewing the Brexit legislation in the House of Lords is a

responsibility I take extremely seriously. Listening to people who will be directly

affected by Brexit will help me to approach the debate in a more informed and

effective way. I hope that this will just be the beginning of working closely with those

who live near me on this issue”.

For more information on the public meeting call John Gordon on 01491 652243.

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