Mike Weatherley, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Hove and Portslade, has welcomed his colleague the Rt Hon William Hague MP, Foreign Secretary, to meet some of his constituents in Hove.
The Foreign Secretary met with residents at an event in Azaro, a new Indian restaurant on Church Road in Hove. Residents took the opportunity to discuss various issues with the Foreign Secretary, including general Government policy, a number of local issues, as well as the upcoming European election on Thursday 22nd May. Residents also discussed the UK response to the kidnapping of nearly 300 schoolgirls in Nigeria.
Commenting, Mike said: “It was great to welcome my colleague William Hague to Hove. Residents were keen to discuss a number of different issues with a senior cabinet minister, particularly with the looming European Elections on Thursday. Securing an in/out referendum is important for a lot of people in Hove and it is only by voting Conservative that this can actually be achieved.”
Photo Caption: Mike is pictured with his colleague the Rt Hon William Hague MP and Asif Raja, owner of Azaro