Dawn Butler, Labour Member of Parliament for Brent Central, this week joined the panel for a special ‘Question Time’ event held at Brent Civic Centre as part of Local Democracy Week, which falls between 10-16 October.
Dawn Butler MP said:
“Local Democracy Week is a crucial opportunity for residents to have their say on the many important issues facing our community so I was particularly pleased to join the panel for this special Brent version of Question Time. I’d like to thank everyone who contributed a question and to the many people who joined us on the night to make this event a success.”
“Whilst Local Democracy Week is a special opportunity for residents and politicians to meet and talk, this is something I do all year round as the MP for Brent Central. If you have a question you’d like to put to me about a local matter or any other you can do this at any time. So far this year I have answered questions from nearly 6,000 residents and dealt with 12,641 cases.”
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Also on the panel were local politicians Cllr Muhammed Butt (Leader of Brent Council) and Cllr Suresh Kansagra (Deputy Leader of the Conservative Group) as well as Dilian Dattani (Member of the Youth Parliament for Brent) and Dr Angela Herbert MBE (Policy Advisor at the National Offender Management Service) to answer questions from an audience of Brent residents.
The panel was Chaired by Dr Jonathan Carr-West, Chief Executive of the Local Government Information Unit.
The Brent Question Time event took place on Wednesday 12 October, from 7pm to 9pm in the Conference Hall of Brent Civic Centre.