Caribbean Question Time set for 14th October

| September 29, 2014

Caribbean news. The UK  general  election is just 9 months away…Can the Caribbean Community influence the outcome of the May 2015 general elections ? ….. What are the key issues that affect our community ? Do our political representatives know the issues ?  Do they value our votes ? 

Following on the successful hosting of the 2010, 2011 and 2014 Caribbean Question Time (CQT) series, which provided a medium for members of the Caribbean community to discuss pertinent issues with their political representatives, Jamaica National Building Society is pleased to announce the staging of the 2014 event.

We are pleased to extend an invitation for you  to attend Caribbean Question Time (CQT) 2014 on Tuesday 14th October, at 7:00 to 9:00 pm, at One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA (near the Houses of Parliament).  Please feel free to extend this invitation to your network and note that  it is advisable to reserve your seats.

Distinguished panel at Caribbean Question Time 2013. Photo courtesy CaribDirect

Distinguished panel at Caribbean Question Time 2013. Photo courtesy CaribDirect

The period preceding the 2015 general election is an opportune time for the Caribbean community to have dialogue with its political representatives and to ensure that matters affecting members are placed on the political agenda.

The CQT format is similar to the popular Question Time TV programme, and the panel will include  Members of Parliament from the three main UK political parties and community representatives who will discuss key issues affecting the community. The audience will engage in lively discussion with the panelists on these issues.  The topics for discussion will be forwarded to you before the event.

We are keen to ensure that a wide cross section of persons can attend this event. However, space is limited, therefore we ask that you reserve your seat/s by contacting us at caribbeanquestiontime@janouk.com or  provide your name, number email address and number of tickets required via telephone 0207 708 6614.

We look forward to your attendance and to your active participation in this valuable discussion which is of great importance to the future of our community in the UK.

Paulette Simpson

Senior Manager Corporate Affairs and Public Policy

Jamaica National Building  Society

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