Great Yarmouth MP sends out resident survey forms

Brandon Lewis Picture: PA / David Mirzoeff

Brandon Lewis Picture: PA / David Mirzoeff

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Selected households in Great Yarmouth have been sent resident survey forms by the town’s MP Brandon Lewis.

The survey forms ask five main questions on local issues, Brexit negotiations and how good a job Mr Lewis is doing as the local MP.

Issues include crime and anti-social behaviour, litter and dog waste, council tax and improvements to the A47 and the Brexit sections mentions immigration control and protecting workers’ rights in British law.

Mr Lewis says that staying in touch with local people is really important to him.

Last month a spoof residents survey form was circulated on social media and highlighted by Labour councillor Mike Smith-Clare.

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