Q&A with Natalie Bennett and Ann Duncan: Housing and Inequality

UPDATE:  We are sorry to report that Natalie Bennett has taken ill and so will not be able to take part in the events planned on 29 April in Oxford. 

Q_A_website.jpgThe Q&A will proceed as planned however, and Baroness Jenny Jones,  Green Party member of the House of Lords and former Deputy Mayor of London, kindly has agreed to step in for Natalie.

We do wish Natalie a speedy recovery and hope that you join us for what should be a very interesting and lively Q&A on one of the most important topics in this election.

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Oxford has the least affordable housing in the UK and cost of housing continues to rise elsewhere in the country.  The housing crisis is affecting everyone and homelessness is on the increase even though approximately 700,000 homes in the UK stand empty.    

Please join Natalie Bennett and Ann Duncan for this special Q&A event to discuss housing and social inequality in Oxford and within the UK. 

Seats are free and unreserved and the event is open to the public – please bring your friends as well as your questions.

We’d be grateful if you could RSVP here so that we can gauge attendance: http://www.greenoxfordshire.com/events

Directions:  http://oxfordquakers.org/about-oxford-meeting/directions/

Members of the press are welcome;  please contact matthew.ledbury@gmail.com.

 

Following this session you can also join a Walkabout with Natalie Bennett and Ann Duncan, or, at 1:15pm come meet Natalie in a Meet and Greet for Green Party Supporters.

WHEN
April 29, 2015 at 12pm - 12:45pm
WHERE
Quaker Meeting House
43 St Giles
Oxford OX1 3LW
United Kingdom
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CONTACT
Matthew Ledbury · · 07717858099
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