Stephen will host a public meeting on Thursday 4 August from 6.30- 8.00 p.m. at The Trinity Centre, East Avenue, London E12 6SG to discuss the implication of last month’s vote on Britain’s membership of the EU. 

The purpose of this meeting is to offer local residents an opportunity to ask any questions that they may have following the result of last month’s referendum.  Alongside Stephen, a local Councillor and referendum campaigner will be present to answer any questions that residents may have following Britain’s vote to leave the EU. 

Speaking ahead of the meeting, Stephen said:

“I have been contacted by many constituents following the result of last month’s referendum.  Many people are concerned about the impact that this vote will have on their daily lives and feel that they have been left with more questions than answers following the referendum result.  In Newham, 53% of residents voted to remain in Newham although of course, nationwide the Leave campaign won with 52%.  I believe that our community must now come together and I do hope that those who wish to are able to attend this meeting to openly discuss concerns and questions that may arise.” 

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AuthorStephen Timms