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Election 2015: Voters to quiz Hampstead and Kilburn candidates in online web hustings

PUBLISHED: 11:46 22 April 2015 | UPDATED: 10:58 23 April 2015

Log on at 8pm to for live general election debate with our online hustings

Log on at 8pm to for live general election debate with our online hustings

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Voters in Hampstead and Kilburn will have the chance to quiz election candidates in a special online hustings this evening from 8pm – exclusively chaired by the Ham&High’s editor Geoff Martin.

Candidates hoping to represent Hampstead and Kilburn in parliament after the May 7 election will field questions from members of the public face-to-face and online about the issues that matter to them.

The candidates will be at the hustings being hosted at JW3 in Finchley Road, brought to you by the Ham&High in partnership with the London Jewish Forum.

To follow the hustings as it unfolds - and submit your own questions - just visit this page and scroll down to read the latest updates on the real-time discussion platform Scribble Live, between 8pm and 9pm tonight.
To quiz the candidates on questions ranging from the economy and housing to education and immigration - and their impact on residents in Hampstead and Kilburn - readers will need to click on the live story stream and simply submit their comments and questions into the text box.

Our moderator will pick the best to be directed to the politicians as they take part in the hustings.

Alternatively, readers can submit their questions for the candidates via twitter @HamandHigh or by emailing tim.lamden@archant.co.uk.


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