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Election 2010: Hustings meeting in Inverness

Local churches are holding a Hustings Event for the Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey Consitutuency. Interested parties are invited to send in questions.




Inverness East
Inverness Town Hall












A Hustings Event for the Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey Constituency, sponsored by churches in Inverness, Nairn and the surrounding district, is planned to take place as follows:

 Town House, Inverness
at
7.30pm
on
28 April 2010

Seating in the Town House is limited, so you are advised to get there early!

All candidates known so far to be standing have agreed to attend and answer YOUR questions. You can submit your question EITHER:

By email to: inbsforum10@btinternet.com

Or by post to:
Election Questions
Crown Church Office
Kingsmills Road
Inverness
IV2 3JT

Questions selected from those submitted will be put to the candidates at the meeting. We suggest you focus on those issues of concern to Christians which are unlikely to feature in election literature or party broadcasts.


Organising churches include: Inverness Christian Fellowship, Inverness Methodist Church, King's Fellowship, Old High St. Stephen's Church of Scotland

Christians Together, 20/04/2010

Feedback:
actofsettlement (Guest) 27/04/2010 14:25
Is labour's vow to repeal the Act of Settlement and allow a monarch to be subseviant to the Church of Rome a good idea for 21st Century Inverness?
Euro Watcher (Guest) 28/04/2010 08:41
The monarch as an EU citizen is subservient to the Treaty of Rome (the EU) so this would be just another step in the completing what the Spanish Armada, Napoleon and Hitler failed to do.

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