JHGS Question Time

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Another excellent JHGS Question Time took place this Thursday evening.

Our first panel opened with students from JHGS, Wycombe High and Pipers Corner discussing politics and the economy, who found many areas of communality despite being from a range of political stances.

We were then delighted to welcome 

Emma Reynolds - Labour candidate for Wycombe,

Toni Brodelle - Liberal Democrat candidate for Wycombe,  

Ed Gemmell - leader of the Climate Party,

Ben Triggs - alumnus and business director,

David Moore - Bucks council candidate and parliamentary assistant and

Reem Ibrahim - Institute of Economic Affairs

to the main panel, which was chaired with equanimity by Luca Webb, alumnus and local councillor. Many thanks to Mr Parbery and the JHGSQT team for organising the evening.

Posted / 02/02/24 Back