Monday, 5 August 2013

Your Britain Your Say - Interview with Richard Harrington

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Questions answered:

What influenced you to come into politics and why did you choose the Conservative party?

Since entering Parliament what has been your proudest achievement?

What would you say are the biggest challenges facing Watford and what are you doing to tackle them?

Are you supportive of the Education Curriculum and do you think that the Curriculum should be a cross-party agreement rather than it changing each time there is a new Government? 

From canvassing a lot of immigrants and migrant voters feel that the issues important to them are not being raised, what is the Conservative party doing to tackle this misconception?

Do you think we should trade with countries like China and India where there is a lack of human rights? 

With regards to festivals and religious days to the faiths in your area, how do you communicate with the local residents on that day to pass on your best wishes?

Is there a lot of social inclusion in Watford?

The purpose of the Your Britain Your Say initiative is to encourage the BAME voters in particular to vote for the party that best represents their views; is there anything you would like to say to the voters?

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