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Get involved with Newsnight's Pop-Up Politics

Find out more about Newsnight's Pop-Up Politics and how you can get involved

On Wednesday, Pop-Up Politics will be looking at Chancellor Alistair Darling's last Budget before the general election. And we need your ideas on what we should report, and from where.

Use the form below to tell us your stories about how the recession has affected you, your thoughts on the economy and on what the parties are planning to ensure recovery.

We will read all of your e-mails and then despatch Justin Rowlatt and his team to find out more.

For those of you unfamiliar with Newsnight's Pop-Up Politics politics project you can watch a short film outlining the project above, or read on Macduff...

What is Pop-Up Politics?

Find out what happened when Pop-Up Politics went to Livingston to talk about trust

The truth is that general elections are not about what politicians say and do - elections are the one brief moment when what really matters is what the people say and do.

That is why Newsnight has created a politician-free zone. We are calling it Pop-Up Politics because, like the temporary shops that pop-up on our recession-hit high streets, Newsnight plans to "pop-up" in your community.

We want to report the policies that matter to you and your neighbours, the issues that you think will swing the election. But to do that we need your help.

Just as you will be deciding who gets your vote and why, we want you to decide what issues Newsnight should be reporting and where from.

Thank you for your comments

Pop-Up Politics: Trust
23 Mar 10 |  Newsnight

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