BBC News TV Election Debate - NHS/Health: 27th April, Southampton
Date sent: Friday 6 March 2015
Do you want to talk to senior politicians live on TV and tell them what they need to do to win your vote?
Victoria Derbyshire is holding a series of big debates during the General Election - the second of which will be about the NHS on Monday 27th April in Southampton. You will need to be able to make your own way to the city centre venue by 7am and stay until 11am. If you would like to take part in the debate and talk directly to politicians please contact Victoria at: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. 020 361 43292 to book a place or for more information.
In the run up to the General Election, Victoria Derbyshire will host 3 audience debates across the UK - each with 300 audience members and front bench politicians from the main parties. One is in Southampton on Monday 27th April, topic: the NHS/Health. The programme will be broadcast live on BBC 2, BBC News Channel, on Radio 5Live and online between 09:15-11:00 am.
The idea is that the debate is a ‘big conversation’ from a variety of people from all walks of life – to include people's stories, experiences and what questions they have for politicians. They would like doctors, nurses, paramedics etc as well as ‘real’ people’s first hand experiences of the NHS to come along.
Please feel free to spread the word to others you think would be interested across the region - including Basingstoke / Winchester / Portsmouth / Salisbury / Bournemouth and surrounding areas.
Dr Nigel Watson
Wessex Local Medical Committees Ltd
Churchill House, 122-124 Hursley Road, Chandler's Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO53 1JB (registered office)
Tel: 02380 253874
Mobile: 07825 173326