APPG to hold AGM

Published: 17.05.22
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The APPG on youth affairs will hold its AGM on Tuesday 7th June at 4:30PM .

This meeting is closed.

Room Q, Portcullis House

If MPs/Peers are interested in running for a position please email jo.gideon.mp@parliament.uk

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