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Conor McGinn MP, visited Cowley Sixth Form to speak to students about his role as an MP and the importance of engaging with politics and registering to vote.

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Conor spoke about his work in Parliament and took questions on a wide range of issues from the future of the BBC, student fees, fracking and the situation in Syria.

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Commenting Conor said:

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“It was good to meet with Cowley’s Sixth-Form students, and the students asked some interesting and challenging questions.”

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The meeting was also an opportunity to highlight the importance of registering to vote and Conor added:

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“The rushed introduction of Individual Electoral Registration has seen hundreds of thousands of young people drop off the electoral register, and as a result many in my constituency have been disenfranchised and shut out of our democracy.

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“It’s important that young people make sure they are registered vote so their voice can be heard.”

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Mike Hesketh, Head of the Sixth-Form said:

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“The students appreciated Conor’s time, and they asked a number of questions on a variety of topics.

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“Conor gave clear explanations of his views and honest answers, and in a good natured debate the students showed real maturity.”

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