The King’s Politics Society is delighted to have presented you with a series of launch events, Question Time at King’s, in May 2014. Ahead of the 22nd of May European and Council Elections, we hosted representatives from all 5 major political parties in Eastern England, with Britain’s relationship with the EU called into question and the appetite for next year’s general election gauged.
The debate and discussion continues online – tweet your comments and questions @Kings_Politics with the hashtag #KingsQT, and like us on Facebook.
We are currently in the process of planning our Term Card for Michaelmas 2014 between October and December. If you have any suggestions or would like to participate in the decision-making process with regards to the speakers we invite, please contact the Speakers Officer @EleniCourea.
VOTE – 22 May
The May 2014 elections are approaching! For information about how to register and where to find polling stations, visit the Cambridge City Council website.
City Councillor election
The candidates for Cambridge City Councillor (Newnham Ward) are as follows:
Joanna Anscombe-Bell – The Conservative Party
Rod Cantrill – The Liberal Democrat Party
Julia Harrison – The Green Party
Sam Wolfe – The Labour Party
More information about these elections is available from the Cambridge City Council website.
A table listing the candidates for the European election is available here.
More information regarding the political parties and candidates standing in the European elections is available on the website of the Regional Returning Officer in Chelmsford.