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Newbury MP to talk about impact of Brexit at public meeting in Wash Common on Thursday

Event will be hosted by West Berkshire Stronger Together one year on from Article 50 being triggered

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Westminster Blog: Making the most of Brexit

NEWBURY MP Richard Benyon will be talking about the impact of Brexit one year on from the invocation of Article 50 at a public meeting in Wash Common on Thursday evening. 

There will be an opportunity for those attending to ask questions and express their views.

Mr Benyon will answer questions as to where he thinks it is all going and how he is representing his constituents of Newbury.

The meeting, which is being hosted by West Berkshire Stronger Together, will take place at St George's Hall at 6.30pm on March 29 and is free to attend.

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  • bruin the bear

    29/03/2018 - 11:11

    "Look out Richard, it's an ambush! " Bet it will stuffed with whingeing remoaners just like question time was when it came to Newbury. We are leaving so let's get positive about it.

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    • EugeneStryker

      29/03/2018 - 12:12

      Didn't we have the referendum in the first place because Cameron wanted to silence those in his party moaning about EU membership and because he was worried about a party with the sole purpose to whinge about the EU. Why couldn't they and Brexiteers have stopped whingeing and get positive about EU membership?

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  • NoisyNortherner

    28/03/2018 - 09:09

    Taking evidence into account and potentially reversing a bad decision has nothing to do with the "will of the people", it's good sense. What makes Brexit any different to any other self-destructive decision?

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  • Basher

    28/03/2018 - 08:08

    Stronger Together - reminiscent of the Japanese soldiers who refused to accept WW11 was over and conducted guerrilla warfare from their hiding places.....................but the war WAS over!

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  • Blizzard

    28/03/2018 - 00:12

    Lot of people not Happy with the English Rugby team. Can we replay that match when Ireland don't score so much. I'm unhappy with that Mr B is working for (and I use that loosely), Newbury. Can we hold a vote again that he doesn't win because I didn't like the outcome.

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