Debate to be held over the future of Britain in the EU
The Beaconsfield Brexit Debate, which is being organised by Churches Together in Beaconsfield, is set to take place on Thursday May 5.
With the debate set to rage over the coming months until the big vote on June 23, the event is being held to help people reach their own verdict and will feature a host of speakers.
People will be able to hear both sides of the argument over whether or not Britain should remain in the EU, with representatives of both sides of the argument set to speak.
high profile speakers have been lined up for the event, including Beaconsfield MP Dominic Grieve, Liberal Democrat Peter Chapman, Ian Brown from Business for Britain and UKIP’s Tim Scott.
The event has been designed to help people get the facts of the pros and cons of EU membership, and to make their own decisions about how to vote.
People are being encouraged to sign up to attend and spaces are already being filled.
A tweet from the organiser said: “It’s so hard to tell what facts are real and what’s rumour. Come to the debate to help you decide.
“We anticipate this event will be very popular so we require those wishing to attend to register by submitting their email address so we can avoid disappointment and meet fire regulations.”
People will also be able to submit questions in advance which the speakers will attempt to answer on the night. The debate will take place at the Beaconsfield School, in Wattleton Road, at 8pm on Thursday May 5.
To find out more, or to register to attend or to ask a question in advance of the debate, go to www. beaconsfieldbrexitdebate. wordpress.com.