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Star date: 11th March 2010

SALFORD QUESTION TIME TONIGHT 7pm-8:30pm

Salford Council Leader John Merry, University Vice Chancellor Martin Hall  and candidates for the General election are amongst those taking part in tonight's Salford Question Time at Salford Arts Theatre. Anyone can participate and ask questions on the economy and employment.

Tickets are free, there are some left but they must be booked in advance.

Full story here…


The line up for tonight's Salford Question Time is…

Cllr John Merry, Leader of Salford City Council; Cllr Norman Owen, Lib Dem Leader and Parliamentary candidate for Salford; Cllr Iain Lindley, Tory candidate for Worsley and Eccles South; Martin Hall, Vice Chancellor of University of Salford, and Hilary Wainwright, journalist and editor of the ace Red Pepper magazine. The panel is being chaired by Felicity Goodey, chair of Salford Urban Regeneration Company (URC) amongst other things.

Salford Arts Theatre, Kemsing Walk, off Liverpool St, Salford M5 4BS
Tickets are free but must be booked in advance.
To book free tickets and to submit questions phone 0161 737 9918 or e-mail
admin@sali.org.uk

 

Steve Middleton wrote
at 2:44:30 PM on Friday, March 12, 2010
Hessel, I tweeted live from both Question Time's so far - you can read it again at http://www.twitter.com/SteveMiddleton When I get some time I'll blog about the 2 Salford Question Times we have had so far.
 
Hessel F. de Boer - Islington wrote
at 1:17:28 PM on Thursday, March 11, 2010
It would be good like the real question time, for people who are unable to attend, to know what happens during these discussions. Is it filmed ? Is anything noted down ? Just a thought, as we can follow debate via Twitter during Council meetings on the MEN website, some technology use would be good ;-)
 
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