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Webteam: November 2016
Antoinette Sandbach MP is running a ballot to allocate two tickets for the Prime Minister's Questions session on Wednesday 30th November. Prime Minister's Questions is widely regarded as the show piece of high drama in the House of Commons and nothing can substitute actually being in the Chamber and feeling the atmosphere it creates.
Antoinette Sandbach MP said:
"Prime Minister's Questions shows the cut and thrust of politics up close each week in the Commons and I encourage the residents of Eddisbury to apply for the ballot to win the two tickets to come to the Houses of Parliament and see Prime Minister's Questions"
Each week at noon on Wednesday when the House of Commons sits, sees the Prime Minister face a grilling from Members of Parliament from all political parties on any issue they wish to raise. For the Leader of the Opposition it is their opportunity to question the Prime Minister directly across the Despatch Box leading often to fraught and tense scenes.
To enter the ballot for the two tickets to see Prime Minister's Questions please send the name and address of two individuals to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a contact telephone number and email address. The winner will be drawn at random and notified on Wednesday 16th November.
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