The LGBT General Election hustings is back on – get your free tickets here

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Representatives from the major parties will debate LGBT rights at a hustings next week, and you can get tickets now.

The event, hosted by Stonewall in partnership with PinkNews and Pride in London, is a chance for LGBT voters to challenge senior representatives from all political parties about their plans on equality over the next Parliament.

Free tickets are currently available here – get them before they run out!

The event will take place next Tuesday, May 30, in the Old Theatre at the London School of Economics.

On the panel will be out Conservative Education Secretary and Minister for Equalities Justine Greening, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities Sarah Champion, out Liberal Democrat peer Lord Paddick, Chair of the LGBTIQA+ Greens Aimee Challenor, and president of the Women’s Equality Party Catherine Mayer.

Invites were also extended to the UK Independence Party, Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru.

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The event was originally set to take place yesterday (May 25), but was postponed due to the suspension of national campaigning following the Manchester terror attack.

Stonewall said: “In light of the tragic events that took place in Manchester on Monday, we have moved our LGBT Hustings to Tuesday 30 May.

“LGBT rights and equality have progressed significantly in the last 25 years, but now we need the new UK government to make a commitment to protecting these rights.

“It’s vital that we address the discrimination that continues to limit many lesbian, gay, bi and trans people from living a safe and prosperous life here in the UK and in other countries.

“We are seeking commitments from all parties and all candidates to help us achieve true equality, where everyone is accepted without exception, whoever they are, wherever they are.

Voters are also urged to use the Stonewall web tool to message their local candidate ahead of the General Election.

The General Election takes place on June 8.