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Salus populi suprema lex –The health of the people is the greatest law
He’ll be there to answer questions at People’s Question Time, a twice yearly event where the Mayor and London Assembly answer questions from local people.
We’re asking our supporters to pack the Broadway Theatre and send Boris and his friend Jeremy Hunt a strong message that the people of Lewisham will not accept his decision and that the fight goes on.
Gather from 6pm onwards outside the Catford Broadway theatre for this red carpet event! Boris Lookalikes, street theatre and much more.
Get your tickets by applying here NOW http://talklondon.london.gov.uk/forms/thank-you?event=265
See below for info on timings. It’s at The Broadway Theatre, Catford – be there by 6 to make sure of getting in.
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This blurb taken from their website:
‘March’s People’s Question Time will take place at the Broadway Theatre, Catford (full address below) and topics to be discussed will include growing London’s economy, transport and environment, housing and policing and community safety. You can apply for free tickets. Please note that you may only apply for a maximum of two.
On the night
Please remember to print out and bring your ticket with you. Each ticket has a unique reference number that is required for entry to the venue.
Ticketholders are advised to come early to ensure entry. Admission is on a first come first served basis and a ticket does not guarantee a seat.
Timings will be: 6pm – doors open, 7pm – event begins, 9pm – event close. From 6.45 – 7pm doors will open to those who have not registered in advance. Entry will depend on space and priority will be given to those with tickets.
If chosen by the chair you will have the chance to ask the panel a question, to which one or more of the panellists will respond.
We ask that those wishing to put a question forward do so during the relevant topic session and respect the chair’s direction. Please keep all questions as brief and to the point as possible.
Due to the length of the event we regret that not all questions can be asked. If you don’t get to ask your question at the event, please send it on the available feedback form and you will receive a written answer within 21 days.
People’s Question Time will have the following access provisions: BSL interpretation, hearing loop, speech to text on large screen (palantype), wheelchair access and a Braille programme. Please specify your requirements when registering.