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Stephen Morgan MP to host next ‘Pint with your MP’ session next Sunday

By 23 February 2024No Comments

Stephen Morgan MP is set to host his next ‘Pint with your MP’ session, taking place next Sunday 3 March, 4.30-5.30pm in Southsea.

The event is open to all constituents and booking is essential.

To confirm attendance, constituents should visit:

The location will be sent to those booked in following registration.

The popular ‘Pint with your MP’ sessions are an opportunity for Portsmouth South constituents to have an informal conversation with Stephen Morgan MP on a range of pressing issues, including healthcare, the environment, and the cost of living crisis.

Attendees are able to take this opportunity to directly voice concerns on both local and national issues, or alternatively, just to say hello and enjoy a pint.

As an active local campaigner and a strong national voice, the coming session reinforces Stephen Morgan MP’s enthusiasm to hold in-person discussions with his constituents.

‘Pint with your MP’ ensures that local issues can be quickly addressed and the concerns and opinions of people in Portsmouth can be fully represented at Westminster.

The Member of Parliament for Portsmouth South, Stephen Morgan, said:

“My ‘Pint with your MP’ sessions are a unique way for local people to share their thoughts and concerns with me to take back to Westminster – whilst supporting a local business.

“As Portsmouth’s voice in Parliament, it’s really important speak regularly with constituents to ensure that everyone’s views are heard, not just the loudest ones or those who have better access to technology.

“I look forward to chatting with constituents on Sunday 3 March and warmly encourage local people to come and share the views and issues they care about with me.”

Booking is essential

To book please click: here

Please note: You must be a constituent of Portsmouth South to book a ticket for this event.

If you’re not able to attend, but wish to keep up-to-date on Stephen Morgan’s work locally and in Parliament, please sign up to the newsletter at: or follow @StephenMorganMP on social media channels.