Twice a year the Mayor and the 25 London Assembly Members travel to a different part of the capital to answer live questions from Londoners. This evening event is called People’s Question Time, or ‘PQT’ for short. Anyone living in London is invited.
Got a question on housing? Ask us.
Have something to say about crime in your area? Grab that microphone.
As the newest Member of the London Assembly, my first People’s Question Time will be on Thursday the 26th of November. I’m looking forward to hearing your questions, and of course doing my best to answer them.
Having served as governor of two inner London schools and been on the board of one of London’s largest housing associations – any questions on education and housing will be welcome.
I mentor women wishing to pursue careers in technology – so London’s growing tech sector is also of interest. I’m on the Assembly Police & Crime and Transport Committees too.
The great thing about PQT is that it’s a platform for you to have your voice heard, whatever your age or political views. If you’re a young person with an interest in politics or have an issue that you’d like to raise with the people running London, do come along.
Whether you live in the Hillingdon area, or further afield, don’t miss this opportunity to have your concerns discussed- or just sit back and observe the conversation. The event is free, but you do need to register in advance.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The next People’s Question Time takes place in Hillingdon on 26 November, from 7-9pm.
KEMI BADENOCH AM, MEMBER OF THE LONDON ASSEMBLY POLICE & CRIME AND TRANSPORT COMMITTEES