These General Election debates are one-off events, one per campus, to help all of us at UCA get to know our parliamentary candidates, ask questions, and watch them discuss major topics from climate crisis to Brexit, right on our own campus. The debates are community events, open to the public, and are free to attend.

This General Election comes at a time when politics is very divided and impossible to avoid. Whatever you’re interested in: tuition fees, mental health, housing, anything, this is your chance to ask your parliamentary candidates what they think and what they plan to do if voted in.

Grab a digital ticket for free, submit any questions you have, and you’ll also have the chance to submit questions on the day before the debate begins.

Farnham

Friday 29 November
6 – 8pm

Attendees:

Jeremy Hunt

Conservative Party

Tim Corry

Labour Party

Paul Follows

Liberal Democrats

If you missed out, watch the full live stream below


Epsom

Friday 6 December
6 – 8pm

Doors open 6pm
Last arrivals 6:25pm

Attendees:

Ed Mayne

Labour Party

Alex Clarke

representing Chris Grayling – Conservative Party

Janice Baker

Green Party

Stephen Gee

Liberal Democrats

Clive Woodbridge

Independent


Rochester

Thursday 5 December
6 – 8pm

Doors open 6pm
Last arrivals 6:25pm

Attendees:

Teresa Murray

Labour Party

Sonia Hyner

Green Party

Graham Colley

Liberal Democrats

Steve Newton

representing Roy Freshwater – UKIP

Chris Spalding

Independent


GENERAL ELECTION DEBATE: Submit your Questions

  • Suggested topics include: Climate Crisis, Housing, NHS, Education, Brexit, Mental Health

    You can ask about anything, and a team of union staff will collate the questions and pick the most relevant and hard-hitting ones.

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