Mark Drakeford will speak at Cardiff Uni Labour society this week

The First Minister will also answer any questions that students have

On the 27th October, the First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford will come to Cardiff University to speak in the Sir Stanley Thomas lecture theatre, in the Centre for Student Life.

Centre for Student Life

Drakeford will first talk about what he believes politically, and what it’s like to run Wales. After that, he will answer any questions that the Labour society ask and reply to concerns the students put forward about the nation of Wales from a young person’s perspective.

The Sir Stanley Thomas lecture theatre has the capacity for 500 to attend, so the labour society are welcoming any new members to come along, or alternatively message @cardifflabourstudents on Instagram

The president of the Labour society, Zack Hayward said: “He’s not as tall as he looks on TV, but he’s still a massive presence and it’s a great opportunity to put questions to the First Minister of Wales.”

Cover photo: Mark Drakeford photo from Twitter @PrifWeinid

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