Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg is inviting the people of Bath to tell him what they think about fixing the economy and rebuilding trust in politics.
Bringing his series of ‘Nick Clegg meets…’ town hall meetings to Bath on Thursday 7th January, Nick Clegg will discuss with local people the issues that matter most to them.
Chaired by local MP Don Foster the meeting is open to everyone to attend to ask any question to Nick Clegg they would like. The meeting will be held at St Michael’s Without, Broad Street from 6.30pm-7.45pm.
Upon becoming Leader in December 2007, Nick Clegg spoke of creating a new type of politics: open, accessible, and helpful in people’s everyday lives. This direct conversation with people is part of that people’s politics – no spin, no hand-picked audiences, and no planted questions.
People will soon be able to register for tickets at http://meet.nickclegg.com.
Nick Clegg said:
“I am looking forward to having a discussion with the people of Bath about problems they are facing and how together we can solve them.
“Since becoming leader of the Liberal Democrats I have travelled up and down the country listening to the concerns of thousands of people and families.
“It is now more important than ever for politicians to get out of Westminster and engage with people about how to rebuild our economy and restore trust in politics.”
Commenting further, Bath MP Don Foster said:
“I am sure that the residents of Bath will relish the opportunity to discuss the issues they care most about with Nick.
“I know that Nick will be interested to learn about the problems faced by people, like the need for improved public transport and the nuisance caused by urban gulls.”