On Tuesday 14 June, Prime Minister David Cameron visited Archant’s Norwich office to take part in an EU Referendum debate
The debate, which was organised by Archant’s group political editor Annabelle Dickson and the Norwich events team, was held in the Prospect House newsroom and saw David Cameron answer questions from an audience of around 40 EDP readers.
With less than a week to go until the referendum on Thursday 23 June, and with the latest polls giving the ‘leave’ camp a lead over the Prime Minister’s ‘remain’ camp, the debate was the perfect opportunity for David Cameron to reiterate the reasons why he is fighting to stay part of the EU.
“Our readers were brilliant. They really put the prime minister on the spot and asked some great questions.
“The Q&A with David Cameron was the first of two events we are holding in the final days of the campaign. Justice secretary Michael Gove, who is campaigning to leave the EU, will be in Norwich on Monday where he will field questions in a similar fashion.” said Annabelle.
A review of next week’s debate will be available in the next edition of the Connect newsletter.
In the meantime, you can read the full David Cameron EU debate by clicking here.