Five of the nine general election candidates in Bermondsey & Old Southwark took questions from the public at Southwark Cathedral on Saturday evening.
The meeting was chaired by Canon Stephen Hance and featured Andrew Beadle (UKIP), Neil Coyle (Labour) JP Floru (Conservative), Simon Hughes (Lib Dem) and William Lavin (Green).
Two further candidates – independent Lucy Hall and Republican Socialist Steve Freeman – made contributions from the floor.
The debate covered housing, access to justice, foreign policy and immigration, as well as the impact of the proposed 'super sewer'.
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