The University of Gloucestershire's Oxstalls campus will be the venue for an EU referendum debate hosted by Gloucester MP Richard Graham.
The University of Gloucestershire's Oxstalls campus will be the venue for an EU referendum debate hosted by Gloucester MP Richard Graham on 22 June.
Latest polls say the IN and OUT camps are equal at 41% for the June 23rd EU Referendum. Gloucester MP Richard Graham said: “This is the most important decision for our country in many people’s lifetimes. Everyone should vote, and many people don’t feel they know enough. So I’m hosting a discussion with questions and answers on the EU referendum to help undecided voters the night before the vote, at the University of Gloucestershire’s Oxstalls Campus from 6-7pm. Come and join me!”
Local students will be joining Richard on the panel, stating why they’re voting IN or OUT and sharing their concerns.
Richard noted: “This Referendum could be very close. I’m clear that we are Stronger IN but others will have different views – this is a chance to hear both sides and ask questions”.
The event is free and open to the public from 6-7pm on the 22nd of June. We advise guests to register online in case the event fills to capacity.