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    Hiya,

    Our school has arranged for our local MP to come for a Q&A session, what questions should I ask him?

    He's a Conservative MP and The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.

    Need some inspiration - thank you !
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    are you Wenger in or Wenger Out?

    My friend asked Theresa May that a few months ago :laugh: add some word play so it sounds like you’re talking about the European Union
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    (Original post by lunaclub)
    Hiya,

    Our school has arranged for our local MP to come for a Q&A session, what questions should I ask him?

    He's a Conservative MP and The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.

    Need some inspiration - thank you !
    Perhaps ask him about something related to Brexit given that he is part of the Department for Exiting the European Union. You could also ask him questions related to constituency matters but I assume that this is more about Brexit.
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    (Original post by lunaclub)
    Hiya,

    Our school has arranged for our local MP to come for a Q&A session, what questions should I ask him?

    He's a Conservative MP and The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.

    Need some inspiration - thank you !

    You could ask whether the first past the post system is sensible when it means people only vote tactically between two parties and smaller parties have no representation.


    And why we still need representatives to decide the major issues when the whole electorate could vote on issues as often as we like, at low cost (if online banking is secure we can surely have e-voting)
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    ask them nothing

    change comes from within, within you, within communities, within homes

    Useless politicians can't solve your problems
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    Why is the government so dismissive of the Youth Parliament and the issues brought up about young people.
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    Why can't we have a charismatic, cool and strong leader like Donald Trump in Downing Street who will make Brexit a success?
 
 
 
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