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King's Lynn students engage with General Election candidates at hustings

Encouraging young people to vote for the first time was the clear message as Lynn students hosted a General Election hustings event this week.

College of West Anglia students Ruby Platt and Savannah Ward invited candidates contesting the North West Norfolk constituency to answer questions at the Tennyson Avenue campus on Tuesday.

Labour’s Jo Rust, Rob Colwell of the Liberal Democrats and Michael de Whalley of the Green Party answered questions from the students which included minority communities, employment figures, Brexit and spending promises.

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