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David Cameron to visit Hove
Tory leader David Cameron is giving people the chance to quiz him face-to-face when he visits Sussex.
The MP will be at the Old Market Arts Centre, in Hove, to talk to people living in Brighton and Hove, from 6.45pm to 8pm on Friday.
Conservative candidates Mike Weatherley, Dr David Bull and Simon Kirby said: "The point of these meetings is for David Cameron to hear directly from people about their opinions and concerns.
"It's a great opportunity for everyone – of any political persuasion – to come along and raise their issues, questions and concerns with him.
"Across the country, there are obviously real concerns over issues such as the recession, the pressures on homeowners and small businesses.
"It is the members of the public who set the agenda for the evening. Whatever the issue or concern, it will be answered."
Cameron Direct is a Conservative Party initiative where the Party Leader responds directly to members of the public on issues of concern to them. The visit is part of a nationwide series of events to support the initiative.
The event is free and open to all residents of Brighton and Hove but tickets have to be obtained in advance.
To apply email email@example.com or phone 01273 358300.